Ninth-grader Garrett Dayton, standing on the table, takes center stage in his role as Zeke Baylor during a Thursday, March 9, rehearsal for Apex Friendship High School’s production of “High School Musical.” The school is in its second year, and just its first with a theatre program. This week’s production of “High School Musical” is the first theatrical production of any kind the school has ever performed, and few members of the cast and crew have any theatre experience at all.
Ninth-grader Garrett Dayton, standing on the table, takes center stage in his role as Zeke Baylor during a Thursday, March 9, rehearsal for Apex Friendship High School’s production of “High School Musical.” The school is in its second year, and just its first with a theatre program. This week’s production of “High School Musical” is the first theatrical production of any kind the school has ever performed, and few members of the cast and crew have any theatre experience at all. Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com
Ninth-grader Garrett Dayton, standing on the table, takes center stage in his role as Zeke Baylor during a Thursday, March 9, rehearsal for Apex Friendship High School’s production of “High School Musical.” The school is in its second year, and just its first with a theatre program. This week’s production of “High School Musical” is the first theatrical production of any kind the school has ever performed, and few members of the cast and crew have any theatre experience at all. Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com

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