Students at Pulaski Middle/Senior High School presented a showcase of musical talent featuring vocal performances from some of the greatest musical productions of all time.
A fitting beginning to the evening’s entertainment was the song “Maybe This Time” by Cassie Delgado from the musical “Cabaret.”
A duet with Holly McCarty and Zoe Eisel from “Annie Get Your Gun” with the song “Anything You Can Do” was a humorous competition between the two singers.
Cassie MacGregor sang “No One is Alone” from “Into the Woods,” and Sarah McCray brought the music of “The Phantom of the Opera” to the stage with “Think of Me.”
A harmonic duet of “What is This Feeling?” between Delilah Mehallow and Jenny Lapp from “Wicked” was followed by the emotional “As Long as He Needs Me” from “Oliver” by Emma Camp.
Samantha Hefti’s “How Lovely to Be a Woman” from “Bye, Bye Birdie” and Samantha Dawes’ “I Dreamed a Dream” from “Les Miserables” rounded out the first half of the show.
To start the second half of the show, Cassie Delgado once again took the stage to sing “Everything Else Goes Away” from “Next to Normal.”
Hannah Masuicca sang “I’m Not That Girl” from the popular musical “Wicked” and Tessa Powlin drew from the musical “Street Scene” for her song, “What Good Would the Moon Be.”
For the second time on the stage, and the first time solo, Jenny Lapp sang “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again” from “The Phantom of the Opera.”
“There’s a Fine, Fine Line” from Avenue Q showcased Brittany VanDuzer’s vocal talent and Jacob Atkinson’s “Close Every Door” from “Joseph and the Technicolor Dream Coat” was his outstanding final Cabaret performance at Pulaski High School.
Audrey Monson sang “Summertime” from Gershwin’s “Porgy and Bess” and the final act was “Make Them Hear You” from “Ragtime” sung by Jordenn Giles.
The Cabaret performances were under the direction of Aimee Mumford, choral director at the Pulaski Middle/Senior High School.