May 3, 2021: Musicals to be streamed online; tickets on sale May 10
After a year of canceled musical and drama productions due to COVID-19, Jamesville-DeWitt middle and high school students are again taking the stage.
Students at both schools have been rehearsing for several months both virtually and in-person, following such COVID-19 safety precautions as social distancing and face mask wearing. Due to COVID-19, both schools plan to record the performances and stream them online in lieu of in-person viewing.
J-D Middle School
Jamesville-DeWitt Middle School students will be performing Disney’s “High School Musical.” Seventy-five students in grades 5-8 are involved in the production, including 74 cast members and one student choreographer.
The pre-recorded show will be streamed online at 7 p.m. June 4. Tickets to view the performance when it will be streamed online go on sale May 10 and cost $10 each.
J-D High School
Jamesville-DeWitt High School students are performing Disney’s “High School Musical 2.” Fifty-two students in grades 9-12 are involved in the production, including 23 cast members, 22 instrumental pit members and 7 technical crew members.
The pre-recorded shows will be streamed online at 7 p.m. June 11 and 12. Tickets to view the performance when it will be streamed go on sale May 10 and cost $20 each.