REA heads to Broadway during Spring Performance  

EATONTON (May 23, 2011) – Students at Redeemer Episcopal Academy were on their way
to Broadway Saturday night at The Plaza Arts Center as they performed “Dreams Do Come True,” a
Broadway-inspired production.

Grades K3 through 5th grade participated in numbers from Broadway classics including
and “Cats,” “Fiddler on the Roof,” A Chorus Line,” “Annie,” “Godspell,” “The Wiz,” “The Sound of
Music,” and “Oklahoma!”

The production was organized by Mr. Chris Day, music director at REA, accompanied by pianist
Susan Herndon and choreographed by Ashley Greene.

All with ears, tails and whiskers, REA students sing ‘Memory’ from the hit Broadway production ‘Cats.’

Kindergarten students, from left, Claire Scafidi, Emily Ferman, Kelcie Sigman and Mara Gable perform ‘Do-Re-Mi’ from ‘The Sound of Music.’

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Remi Baker, 5, daughter of Ted and Riezl Baker of
Greensboro, takes the solo spot for ‘Day by Day’
from ‘Godspell.’

Zhaden Tripp begins Act II with a solo from ‘Memory’ as other ‘Cats’ cast members await the chorus.
Aidan Brock, 4, of Milledgeville, belts out an a cappella version of Annie’s ‘Tomorrow’ as he auditions for a trip to Broadway during Redeemer Episcopal Academy’s ‘Dreams do Come True’production at The Plaza Arts Center on Saturday.

Students pair up for an old-fashioned hoedown during ‘Oklahoma!’

From left, Brittany Alexander, Brooke Evans, Devyn Anthony, Alexis Davidson and Lane Herndon perform ‘One’ from ‘A Chorus Line.”

Students from Redeemer Episcopal Academy’s K3 through 5th grade take a curtain call during Saturday’s performance of ‘Dreams Do Come True’ at The Plaza Arts Center.