Canon-McMillan High School brought A Musical Revue to the stage in May. Students in grades 9 through 12 worked hard to bring the audience some positive vibes through song. Directed for the first time, by Ms. Stefanie Ambrose, the musical was a vision of bringing hope and peace to many who have been affected by the pandemic.
Together with the help of faculty members and parents, many practices were put in place to ensure the safety of all students. Shields or masks were worn, costumes were kept to a minimum, and distancing as much as possible on stage were some of the many guidelines followed.
The entire drama organization was thrilled to be able to give the students an opportunity to perform and showcase their talents, including a live PIT band. An in-person show and a live stream/recording were the two ways the show was broadcasted to an audience. Although the year brought many challenges, the drama program united together to give the community a performance filled with talent, joy, good vibes, and energy. As usual Canon-Mac performers did not disappoint! Click below for some photos from the performance and congratulations to everyone involved on a fantastic show!