LAKE BLUFF – GREASE is the WORD. The Lake Bluff Middle School will perform Grease: School Version in 2 performances: Friday, April 21 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, April 22 at 2 p.m..
Grease: School Version is directed by Adrienne Olmstead with musical and artistic direction by Ann Cvitkovic. This dynamic duo has co-directed the past six musicals together. The production tells the story of love-struck teenagers: cool Danny, played by Cole Joseph, and girl-next-door Sandy, played by Julia Birmingham. It details the complexities of high school love and life in the 1950’s. The school version retains the fun-loving spirit and catchy tunes that have made the show a favorite among rock and roll fans of all ages. Song highlights include: Summer Nights, Greased Lightning, We Go Together and others. The production runs approximately two hours with one intermission. It is truly a school effort with almost two-thirds of LBMS students participating as cast, crew, set design and more.
General Admission tickets are available for $10 at the Lake Bluff Middle School Main Office, 31 E. Sheridan Place and Bluffington’s, 113 E. Scranton Ave. Lake Bluff. A limited number of tickets may be on sale before the performances if not already sold out.
Submitted by Lake Bluff Middle School