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Drama Club Showcase Preview

Woodbridge High’s Drama Club takes to the stages of the Avenel Performing Arts Center to perform their third annual Spring Showcase.
Kevin Modeszto
The company of 2023’s Spring Showcase before their show.

For the third consecutive school year, Woodbridge High’s Drama Club takes to the stages of the Avenel Performing Arts Center. It is there that they will be performing their Spring Showcase. This showcase is taking place on May 29th at 6:30 P.M. 

The drama club performs an annual showcase of various scenes and songs from theater and beyond at APAC. The club’s members are encouraged to perform whatever their heart desires, with approval from the directors of course. From Broadway classics to Disney songs to scenes from completely outside of theater. This tradition started in the 2021-2022 school year, although there were earlier showcases, and is planned to continue for years to come.

After a music-dominated showcase last year, theater co-director Mr. Terrell put an emphasis on featuring more scenes this year. Monologues, comedy scenes, movie scenes, and more. Following this, freshman Isa Bedoya is taking part in a scene from Hidden Figures

“I decided to do showcase because I wanted to show off my skill in acting and singing,” Bedoya said.

“I love being in both Drama Club and that whole department so another opportunity to perform was something I really wanted to do,” added sophomore and second-year showcase performer Randy Peralta.

Peralta will be performing two songs. “For Good” from Wicked as a duet and “Freeze Your Brain” from Heathers as a solo. 

Barron Perspective Contributors Take the Stage

Among other performances, our very own Megan Shala will be co-performing Hamilton’s Dear Theodosia with senior Cassandra Ramos along with “the Barbie movie monologue” herself. 

Along with her, Kevin Modeszto is performing a self-written monologue A Favor to Be Done as well as taking part in the Hidden Figures scene with Bedoya and fellow senior Maylin Alvarez.

We wish our two contributors as well as the rest of the Drama Club good luck in their showcase.

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Kevin Modeszto
Kevin Modeszto, Managing Editor
Kevin Modeszto, a senior at Woodbridge High School, is a second-year journalism student and first-year managing editor for the Barron Perspective. He is in many school clubs and honors societies, including the Academic Competition Club, and is a secretary of Rho Kappa and Drama Club. Hailing from the town of Port Reading, Modeszto enjoys watching racing and writing, which is one of many reasons he is a member of the newspaper.

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