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Worcester Prep Upper School enjoys a smash hit with 'Bye Bye Birdie'

Apr 06, 2013
Source: Submitted Elise Harmon, Rehoboth Beach, and Thomas Thornett, Selbyville, receive congratulations for their leading performances in Worcester Prep’s presentation of "Bye, Bye Birdie."

The lively Broadway show “Bye Bye Birdie” was recently presented by students in the Upper School at Worcester Prep. Music teacher Dan Freed of Ocean Pines, Md. directed a cast that featured talented students in grades nine to 12.


Gathered on stage after the dress rehearsal are in back (l-r) Saqib Khan, Salisbury, Md.; Megan Kuczma, Salisbury; Sophia Tomaselli, Ocean Pines, Md.; Casey Knerr, Berlin, Md.; James Willey, Milton; Tatjana Kondraschow, Dagsboro; Mark Gee, Millsboro; Lydia Pritchard, Snow Hill, Md.; Gabrielle D’Antonio, Hebron, Md.; Daniel Rosa, Lewes; Devin Hammond, Ocean City, Md.; Carolyn Dorey, Millville; Elena LaPlante, Salisbury; Kathryn Lawrence, Salisbury; Caroline Lewis, Newark; Claire Dorey, Millville; and Parker Kellam, Onancock, Va. In row row 3 are Greg LaMotte, Selbyville; Talha Ehtasham, Lewes; Christopher Choy, Rehoboth Beach; Katherine Pavlos, Salisbury; Thomas Thornett, Selbyville; Elise Harmon, Rehoboth Beach; Ariella Anthony, Seaford; Brad Mullen, Seaford; row 2, Mattie Maull, Salisbury; Jenny Rosales, Seaford; Maddie Pilchard, Pocomoke, Md.; Jarad Godwin, Frankford; Sarah Freund, Ocean City; Jordan Kilgore, Salisbury; Cole Koester, Salisbury; Biola Eniola, Salisbury; Emmi Shockley, Ocean City; Zach Oltman, Frankford; Alex Choy, Rehoboth Beach; first row, Fiona Reid, Salisbury; Victoria Middleton, Bethany Beach; Julia D’Antonio, Hebron and Hannah Nechay, Hebron. (Source: Submitted)
Jordan Kilgore of Salisbury, as the rock star Conrad Birdie, meets the president of his fan club, Ariella Anthony of Seaford. The two were among the leading characters in the show. (Source: Submitted)
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