Choir Prepares for Broadway Revue

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Choir Prepares for Broadway Revue

Knightsound rehearses for their annual dinner concert during class. Choir will be
hosting a concert, along with dinner that takes place May 3 to 4. The event will be held at FHN’s auditorium and they will be performing Broadway classics.

Knightsound rehearses for their annual dinner concert during class. Choir will be hosting a concert, along with dinner that takes place May 3 to 4. The event will be held at FHN’s auditorium and they will be performing Broadway classics.

Credit to Francisco Jimenez

Knightsound rehearses for their annual dinner concert during class. Choir will be hosting a concert, along with dinner that takes place May 3 to 4. The event will be held at FHN’s auditorium and they will be performing Broadway classics.

Credit to Francisco Jimenez

Credit to Francisco Jimenez

Knightsound rehearses for their annual dinner concert during class. Choir will be hosting a concert, along with dinner that takes place May 3 to 4. The event will be held at FHN’s auditorium and they will be performing Broadway classics.

By Gracie Bowman, North Star Entertainment and Opinions Editor

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Knight Choir will be performing at their Dinner and Broadway Revue on May 3-4. The show will be held in the FHN auditorium. Dinner will be served at 6:00 p.m. and the show will start at 7:30 p.m.

“It’s really neat,” choir director Jennifer Crane said. “There’s a lot of energy. We get to add the element of specialized lighting, choreography and costumes. It will be a really fun evening.”

Choir will be performing songs from different musicals, like Shrek the Musical and Frozen. They have been preparing dance moves, solo performances and different kinds of group work. The choir has two and a half hours of music prepared. According to senior Jordan Watt, it’s different from other performances because of the choreography and medleys they learned.

“This is the only opportunity where people get to branch out and do something new,” Watt said. “The dance moves are silly, it’s a lot of fun.”

The concert will also feature costumes. Each choir will dress like the musical they are performing. For example, Bella Voce will be dressed from Suessical the Musical.

“It’s a lot of fun,” Crane said. “The costumes in the show portion will add a cool element to the evening.”

The show will also consist of a basket raffle and a live jazz band performance during dinner. According to Crane, the dinner is a good opportunity for families to spend time together and mingle with others. This will be the last dinner concert for the seniors, so a lot of them are eager to make it one they won’t forget.

“I’m excited,” Watt said. “Seniors have to go out with a bang.”

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