NEW ALBANY —
“I think audiences will always have the New Albany musical feel with this show, even with the Gina Cisto spin to it,” Johnson said.
Lillie Weber, a freshman in the first act, said as someone who’s seen shows at NAHS for years, she enjoys participating in something that keeps the school’s musical roots, but also explores new material.
“Everyone around here knows this school for musicals,” Weber said. “I think it’s good that were trying something new. I think the stage layout brings something interesting.”