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Get ‘Footloose’ March 14 – 17 at Hudson High School

Watch one of the most popular movies live on stage March 14 to 17 at Hudson High School . Photo/Submitted

Hudson – Everybody cut Footloose! Come and see one of the most popular movies from the 1980s burst to life, live on stage March 14 to 17. Come to Hudson High School and rock out to your favorite 1980s classics like Holding Out for a Hero, I’m Free, Let’s Hear it for the Boy, Almost Paradise, and of course…Footloose! The show is recommended for all ages.

When Ren (Andrew Nugent) and his mother (Brooke Mega) move from Chicago to a small farming town, Ren is prepared for the inevitable adjustment period to his new town. What he isn’t prepared for are the old fashioned and sometimes harsh town ways, including a ban on dancing which was instituted by the local preacher (Edj Andrews), determined to have control over the town’s youth, a control that he cannot command in his own home.  When the reverend’s daughter (Laura Girard) sets her sights on Ren, things go from bad to worse. The story that comes out of all of this is of a father that is longing for the son he lost and a boy aching for a father who walked out on him.

Other cast members include Jack Colaianni, Jeremy Saunders, Carly Usherwood, Erika Civitarese, Sam Keville, Vinicius Bulhoés, Scott Kall, Buren Andrews, Vinny Bonina, Nick Allan, Sammi Waldsmith, Corinne Catanzaro, Hannah Siktberg, Alison Eadie, Sai O’Toole, Leia Owen, Aaron Hollis, Mikenna Doherty, Jessie Stramaglia, Stephanie Kall, Allyson Waddel, Alexandra Orlandi, Nadia Medeiros, Ashley Wall, Laura Fagan, Kat Meyer, Darren Otte, Brooke Leibowitz, Cody Grimm, Pat Reynolds, Zack Carme, Sammy Myette, Duncan Martinez, Samantha Graham, Diana Vesselin, Nayiri Bekiarian, Rebekah Allan, Eva Tipps, Lindsey Golder, and Becky Beaudoin.

Footloose will be performed Thursday, March 14; Friday, March 15; and Saturday, March 16 at 7 p.m., and Sunday, March 17, 2 p.m., on the Hudson High School auditorium stage, 69 Brigham St. Admission is $10 for adults and $7 for students and seniors. All proceeds directly benefit the Hudson High Drama Society.

Call 978-567-6250 ext. 0131 for more information.

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