The Drowsy Chaperone Enjoyed by All

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The Drowsy Chaperone Enjoyed by All

The entire cast of the hilarious musical comedy - The Drowsy Chaperone.

The entire cast of the hilarious musical comedy - The Drowsy Chaperone.

The entire cast of the hilarious musical comedy - The Drowsy Chaperone.

The entire cast of the hilarious musical comedy - The Drowsy Chaperone.

Sydney Abbott, Mikey Twele and Anna Saderholm, Writers

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The Drowsy Chaperone at Archbishop Spalding High School had a great showing the past two weekends of March 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 8th and 9th. The Drowsy Chaperone is a story guided by the Man in the Chair (senior Michael Twele), who leads the audience through mix-ups, mayhem, and even a wedding!

Characters and people you can see during this show include a bride, giving up the stage for love (senior Caitlin Keller), her debonair groom (sophomore Cole Ruiz), and his best man George (senior Michael Howerton). Invited to the ceremony is a harried producer (senior Zach Farley), jovial gangsters posing as pastry chefs (sophomore Alexis Baldwin, junior Natalia Pereira, and junior Jenny Tilden), a flaky chorine (senior Sydney Abbott), a Latin lothario (senior Michael Parlett), an aviatrix (senior Camille Ealey), and of course the Drowsy Chaperone herself (senior Katrina Manabat). Highlights from the musical included lots of laughs, standing ovations, and Spalding’s first ever participation in the regional Cappies awards program.

Spalding had the privilege of inviting Cappies critics to attend their show. The Cappies program “is a writing and awards program that trains high school theatre and journalism students to be expert writers, critical thinkers, and leaders,” according to the program’s website. These 60 members of the audience were watching the show to critique and eventually grade elements of the performance, such as “Best Orchestra,” “Best Student Vocalist,” “Best Comedic Actor,” and even “Best Musical.” Students will find out the results of the Cappies’ decisions mid-May during the culminating gala ceremony at the Hippodrome in Baltimore City. This is an amazing opportunity not only for the cast and crew of Spalding Theatre, but also for the school community so that Spalding’s renowned theatre program can be recognized by other regional schools for all of its members’ hard work.

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