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Broadway Princess Party at Center for Performing Arts

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The Broadway Princess Party is coming to the Lorraine and Bill Dodero Center for Performing Arts on Sunday, February 16. It is the first of a series of events that marks the opening of the new space. Gilmour Academy welcomes with enthusiasm the national tour of the Broadway Princess.

The show stars women who have played some iconic princess roles. The show features Laura Osnes, who played Cinderella in Into the Woods and Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Additionally, Anneliese Van Der Pol, who played Belle in Beauty and the Beast, and Christy Altomare, who played Anya in Anastasia, are in the show.

Corey Cott, who is known for playing Jack Kelley in Newsies, is a guest star in the show. He is also hosting an acting workshop for Gilmour students. Adam Levy is also a special guest. Benjamin Rauhala is playing the piano during the show and is known for music directing many Broadway shows.

The show features a performance from the performers and a meet and greet. The shows are at 2:00 pm and 5:30 pm. For more information and to buy tickets click here. Gilmour Academy welcomes the public to see this national show.

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Growing up in Shaker Heights, Arianna DiMenna set her goal of becoming a Disney Imagineer. This dream led her to an award winning speech about this job. Writing speeches strengthened her writing skills and led her to taking News Production as a Freshman. This is her third year with the Lance, and second as an editor. She is also interested in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math), design, theater, art, and service. She is a part of Women in STEM, Drama Club, Speech and Debate, Robotics, MAD Club, and The Prep yearbook. Arianna hopes to start a club about something she cares about and hopefully compete at the National Speech and Debate Tournament before she graduates.