Performing arts majors team up to produce musical revue
The University of Hawaii at Hilo will present a senior project by three
performing arts majors entitled “Everyday’s A Musical” on Friday,
at 7:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. Admission is by
“Everyday’s A Musical,” produced by drama performance majors Alston
Albarado and Angeline Jara along with music concentration student Justin
Chittams, is a musical theatre revue laced with an original storyline
featuring songs from various Broadway shows such as Fame, Avenue Q, The Book
of Mormon, Dream Girls, In the Heights and Chicago.
The show is choreographed by College of Continuing Education and Community Service
Program Coordinator Dori Yamada, and co-directed by performing arts major
Scott Wuscher, with music provided by the UH-Hilo Jazz Orchestra’s
Featured performers include Performing Arts graduates Kimo Apaka and Cristina
Hussey, agriculture faculty member Norman Arancon and graduate Bria Callaway.
They’ll be joined by Zeisha Cobile, Jacob Griffin, Willyam Hodson,
Lilinoe Kauahikaua, Paris Kippen, Lawrence Mano, Kawai Soares and Katherine Wilson.
For more information, contact Alston Albarado at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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