PV's Harmony Scholars show their talent during 20th anniversary show
ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Julianna Perez, 15 months, playing a baby lion, is raised in the air by Harmony Scholar performers David Aungst and Amanda Stocker during their finalee performance of Lion King.
The Panther Valley High School auditorium was packed both days during the Harmony Scholar's 20th anniversary performances held over the weekend.
Master of ceremonies J. Christopher West set the stage as a cast of 38 students performed both classic and new songs, such as "Tradition", "Grease Medley", "Step In Time", "Mr. Cellophane", "All That Jazz", "Hairspray Medley", "Dr Evil Hard Knock Life", "Sisters", "Wild Wild West", "Time Warp", "The Yes Dance", "Cabin Fever", "Shoeless Joe", "You Don't Own Me / Moulin Rouge", "Michael Jackson Medley", "Newsies", "Under The Sea", "Candyman", "Girl For All Seasons" and the very energetic finalee of "Lion King".
The performance was directed by Kathy Crampsie and Patty Vito. Costumes were by Terri Wiliams, Maureen Gurka, Karen Ruzicka and Anne Horrigan. Lighting and special effects were provided by Chris Opresko, Pam Poeldnurk and Frank Fabrizio of Remember When Video. Music was provided by DJ Thad Hager.
Stage and set design was directed by Lisa Hiles and assisted by Tom Zlock, Pam Zlock, Dave King, Chrissy King, Beth Duke, Maria Scsecina, Monica Marshall and various cast parents. Stage crew consisted of Jerdil Castillo, Alyssa Barelt, Joey Dale, Erin Evans, Colin Johnson, Tayler Nalesnik, Abbey Yusella, Jeleyca Castillo and Grant Lorkowski. Special thanks was given to Keith Miller, Wayne Fritzinger, Panther Valley School District and janitorial staff.