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04/26/2023 08:30 AM

Thank You

Thank you to the Guilford community and all who supported the Guilford High School (GHS) spring musical, Little Shop of Horrors. We are proud to live in a town that values the work of almost 200 students who worked in this comprehensive educational program that incorporates all elements of the theater arts in order to create an unforgettable show through student-led management, design and production of set, properties, costumes, hair and make-up, scenic painting, lighting, sound, acting, singing, dancing, and musical performance.

Guilford High School Theatre Arts (GHSTA) has a huge reach within the GHS community and is where technical skills and the arts come together to create amazing high school theater. Together with an all-volunteer group of GHS parents, community members, and local Guilford businesses, we are able to bring these productions to the community. As we work to rebuild the program post-pandemic, we are grateful to the following community members who so generously sponsored this year’s musical: The Guilford Foundation, Guilford Savings Bank, The Shoreline Ballet, Guilford Youth &; Family Services, Hole in the Wall Consignments, National Roofing, The Spot - Guilford Acrobatics & Co., Mary’s Culinary Classes, LLC; Milano Development, Quest Fitness, as well as patrons Horace and Wanda Little, Bill Mulligan, and Katie Tuttle. With over 3,000 tickets sold, including three sold-out shows, thank you for showing up to support theater arts education at GHS.

Emily Oakes, co-president

Tara Sanders, co-president

Page Pelphrey, treasurer

Jeanette Hicks, secretary

Theater Arts Parent Support (TAPS)