Middle School Spring Musical “Aladdin Jr.” – A spectacular performance by young talent

Students and teachers come together to create an unforgettable experience

The middle school spring musical, Aladdin Jr., was a resounding success that left the audience spellbound. The show was directed by Laurel Campbell and Andrea O’Malley, who worked enthusiastically to bring the production to life.

The cast of 50 students gave a performance that was nothing short of phenomenal.

The Junior version is a condensed adaptation of a full Broadway production, designed for younger audiences to perform. The students gave it their all and executed the play with precision and poise.

From the opening scene to the final curtain call, the audience was captivated by the actors’ performances. But the success of the show was not limited to just the actors. Behind the scenes, 23 student crew members worked tirelessly to ensure that the sets were built to perfection, the lights and sound equipment were run flawlessly, and the scene changes were executed seamlessly.

Their hard work and dedication paid off, and the show ran without a hitch. SGMS Principal Bob Cosmer was effusive in his praise for the show. “From the sets, the lighting and tech, the costumes, and certainly the performance itself, folks lucky enough to see those performances probably felt as I do, proud to be a Tartan,” he said.

The middle school spring musical, Aladdin Jr., was a spectacular performance by young talent that will be remembered for years to come.