Take a trip back to 1962 Baltimore beginning Thursday as South Lakes High School’s drama department presents Hairspray.
The show is directed by Maria Harris and stars Mely Megahed as Tracy Turnblad;
Harrison de Wolfe as Link Larkin; Maddie Murphy-Nielson as Penny Pingleton; Nathan Nkomba as Seaweed J. Stubbs; Karin Hoelzl as Amber Von Tussle; Sequoia Carrillo as Velma Von Tussle; Amirah Kirwan as Motormouth Maybelle; Jacob Kemp as Edna Turnblad; Arthur Payne as Wilbur Turnblad; Brentan Walter as Corny Collins; and Sydney Crutcher as Little Inez.
Shows are at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday April 23-25 and April 30-May 2 in the SLHS Little Theatre.
Tickets are $10 for adults ($12 at the door); $8 for students and seniors ($10 at the door). Visit the SLHS Theatre Arts website to purchase in advance.
Audience members that bring three needed items for the Embry Rucker Community Shelter will receive a free concession stand item.
Photo: Hairspray at SLHS/Credit: Katherine McCool
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