Efforts of CHS Musical Cast and Crew win Great Big Smiles

April 26, 2010


It’s not often you walk out of an event and experience what those who attended this weekends performances of the Disney classic “Beauty and the Beast” by Students of Cudahy High School did– broad ear to ear smiles on everyone’s face.


From the cast- everyone –the lead character’s Belle and the Beast to the Plates and Utensils, to


The tech crew responsible for the lighting, sound, and wonderful set and costumes, to


The wonderful musicians in the pit orchestra, to


The dedicated adults who guided the young people,


All their hard work created an enchanted experience that matched the “tale as old as time “ and the magical castle on stage.


The highest praise that can be given the young cast and crew is that they transported the audience away from their day to day existence into the magic of the story where the Boy gets the Girl and” they all live happily ever after “.


That enchantment carried out into the lobby of Cudahy High School as attested to by all the broad wonderful smiles on everyone’s faces.


Kudos to all involved in such a high caliber production that succeeded in doing what entertainment is all about.


All the parents, staff and administrators as well as their fellow students should be proud of the effort, hard work, and use of the great talents God has given each of these wonderful students.


CHS truly was a magical place this weekend and a great place to smile thanks to all involved in this production .



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