The show was presented twice in
"I was very pleased with how it turned out -- especially Saturday night," said director
The 65 students all took part in the production in one way or another -- many of whom were performing on stage for the first time ever.
"It's about equal to what we had last year, but about half those were new talents," Vaught said. "Many of the kids that had participated in the past were doing other things, so it was good to get that new talent up on stage."
Vaught had plenty of help in producing the musical.
Some of the staff included music director
"To do something like this -- it's not a one man show," Vaught said. "We had a whole network of professionals and caring parents that helped to make it happen. We had many parents really that really stepped up to help supervise, provide food and encourage our young actors."
Vaught said he also wanted to thank all the businesses and individuals who made donations of finances, food and services.
"We appreciate all of them," Vaught said. "And the
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