Students Prepare for ‘Happy Days’ Performance

  • Posted on:  March 25, 2019

High Point Academy | Spartanburg, SCHigh Point Academy Spartanburg students have been hard at work rehearsing vocal parts, speaking lines, and choreography for the upcoming production of Happy Days. This musical is based on the fourth season of the popular television show. It has all the characters you know and love from the TV show and even has a few surprises along the way.

 

Over 30 students are practicing for up to four days a week to make this a fantastic production. The set is starting to take place with the assistance of the technical theater high school class. The students have selected everything from clothing to paint colors and even wheel sizes and types of wood for the production. If you love poodle skirts and a good old-fashioned sock-hop, you will want to be here on May 2, 3, or 4 or maybe all three! The shows start at 6:30 P.M. in the Performing Arts Center.

 

There are some ways you can help bring this program to life. We are in great need of monetary donations and advertisements for our program. If you can help or know some who can, please contact Mr. Bishop at rbishop@hpaspart.org.

 

We also have a list of props from the 1950s that we need to borrow for the performance. Any help is greatly appreciated.

 

Props Needed:
Portable radio
, Bubble Light Wood Juke Box
, Twirling Baton
, Old Motorcycle
 1943 Triumph, Plaques that are no longer cherished, Old style wooden YoYo
(6), Realistic Fake Hunting knife
, Old Style Broom
, Strings of FAKE pearls (25)
, 8 Old style basic toilet plungers
, Blue Contest ribbon
, LARGE Fake Cheese Wheel or 1⁄2 Cheese Wheel, Laundry Basket (Wicker), Plain Kitchen Cabinet doors Upper (4 to 6), Fake TV camera from 1950s, Horn Rimmed Sunglasses (3 or more), Package of Black Combs,1950s Lunch Box, Box of Trash Bags (30 gallons), BLACK Address Book, Malt Shop Glass or Metal Glasses, Black or Dark Green Duffle Bag.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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