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Troy Bolton, played by Thomas Erhardt, of Bradley, goes through the detention scene of “High School Musical” during a dress rehearsal for the production, which was staged April 26-28 at Sandburg High School’s Performing Arts Center. Photos by Mary Compton/22nd Century Media
Nathan Epperson,of Orland Park, performs.
Zach Furmanek, from Lansing, portrays Ryan Evans during a scene from the village's Orland Park Theatre Troupe performance of "High School Musical" held at Sandburg High School.
A cast of sixty perform in "High School Musical" in the lunchroom scene.
Portraying brother/sister Sharpay and Ryan Evans during the High School Musical audition scene are Amanda Malone, from Orland Park, as Sharpay, along with Zach Furmanek, from Lansing, portraying Ryan.
Portraying brother/sister Sharpay and Ryan Evans during the High School Musical audition scene are Amanda Malone, from Orland Park, as Sharpay, along with Zach Furmanek, from Lansing, portraying Ryan.
In an audition scene from Orland Park Theatre Troupe performance of High School Musical, Ms. Darbus, (far right) played by Patricia Domico of Orland Park, covers the eyes of Troy Bolton, played by Thomas Erhardt, of Bradley, as Gabriella played by Kaitlyn Samawi, from Orland Park, looks on.
On the phone, Kelsi Neilson played by Tara Mastorakos from Homer Glen goes through a scene during the village's Orland Park Theatre Troupe performance of High School Musical at Sandburg High School.
A cast of sixty perform in "High School Musical" in the lunchroom scene.
A cast of sixty perform in "High School Musical" in the lunchroom scene.
In a classroom scene, Ms. Darbus (left), played by Patricia Domico, of Orland Park, speaks about her theater class as Sharpay (middle) and Ryan Evans — played by Amanda Malone, of Orland Park, and Zach Furmanek, of Lansing, respectively — observe.
Mary Compton, Freelance Reporter
4:37 am CDT May 1, 2019
It was a start of something new for the Orland Park Theatre Troupe, as they performed “High School Musical” April 26-28 under new director Geoff Epperson. Excited about opening night, Epperson was even more excited to celebrate his son Nathan’s 8th birthday on stage at the Sandburg High School Performing Arts Center.