REVIEW: Crestview High spring musical was spooky fun

Published: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at 04:58 PM.

Director, drama teacher and Thespian troupe adviser Annette Gebhardt was bursting with pride on Friday's opening night.

"It just didn't feel like opening night because the kids were so prepared," she said.

She particularly praised the production’s leading man.

"Carmine has such a good feel for the role," Gebhardt said. "He's a natural performer. He has such good instinct.”

From the show's moody graveyard opening, with impressive blacklight effects as ghosts rise form their graves, to the ending with the schoolmaster’s mysterious disappearance, the CHS spring musical was a pleasant mixture of music, comedy and spookiness. 

"I am just so proud of everyone involved!" Gebhardt said after the show's weekend run.

Me, too.

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