With the DHS drama department’s debut of their spring musical Bring It On sneaking up, the cast is working diligently and tirelessly to make their production the best they can make it. This week, the week preceding the show, is commonly known as “Hell Week”, and for good reason. Every day this week, the entire cast is required to attend rehearsal from after seventh hour until around 10 p.m. While this week is the cause of dips in grades among drama members and much exhaustion, it is vital for the show’s success.
“The week before show is when everything starts coming together,” senior Abbey Stolz said. “Things like costumes, makeup, and props get their place in the play and everyone starts to learn where they need to be and when. This week is essential, and the amount of progress we make in our rehearsals are crazy.”
Bring It On will be showing in the Central auditorium on May 14, 15, and 16 at 7 p.m., and on May 16 at 2 p.m. Tickets are on sale now at DHS during both lunches and after school. Buy your tickets today to support the drama department and see a fantastic show.