Audiences were in for a treat this week when Ross Upper School presented its spring musical, an adaptation of Richard Morris and Dick Scanlan’s Thoroughly Modern Millie. Set in 1922, the play recalls the trials of Millie Dillmount, a young Midwestern woman who moves to New York City in search of a more fruitful and exciting life. However, her plan quickly unravels when checks into the Hotel Priscilla, and hilarity ensues as she navigates love, work, and the pursuit of happiness.
Fast-paced choreography, beautiful costumes, and enthusiastic performances by the cast and orchestra make this a show everyone should see. Don’t miss your chance to see the students’ final performance of this production on Saturday, May 19, at 11:30am in Court Theater!
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