HARRISON, N.Y. -- The Harrison High School players earned rave reviews for the March production of "A Chorus Line," school officials said.
The Harrison High School Footlight Players musical, which ran from March 20 to 23 at the Harrison Performing Arts Center, was orignally conceived, directed, and choreographed by Michael Bennett. The Harrison High School Footlight Players’ production of A Chorus Line was directed and choreographed by HHS dance teacher Deborah Toteda with musical direction by HHS music teacher Lynn Fusco.
Toteda and Fusco were recognized by the Metropolitan High School Theater Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Choreography and Best Musical Direction for HHS’ production of "Crazy for You," which also received the Metro’s highest honor of Outstanding Overall High School production. Parsons Elementary School teacher Stephanie Goldman was the show’s Technical Director. HHS music teacher David Blumenthal conducted the orchestration of the musical.
"Harrison High School is proud that seven of its own musicians played alongside professionals and teachers for this production," officials said.
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