"We typically do one musical per year, and our shows just keep getting bigger and better," said Michael D'Addario, director and theater teacher at SHS.
"Oftentimes when this show is done, you look at it and it's just red, yellow, blue--the primary color palette," said D'Addario
"We've tried to find unique shapes and textures and a unique palette of colors.
"We've found our own unique take of the visuals and the story to make it unlike any other production."
cast perform before nearly 400 area elementary school students.
thought the youngsters would be a perfect test audience for the fun, bright story line.
"They're about as honest as an audience can get," laughed D'Addario
"If they love it, we're pretty sure everyone will."
Aside from generating laughs and smiles over the next few days, D'Addario
has found immense joy in seeing his
young and seasoned actors develop throughout this production.
"It's really been a journey seeing them all work so hard," he