Harrison pleased with Godspell progress

Choir musical ready to take the stage

After months of practices and rehearsals, choir director Amanda Harrison is ready for Godspell to hit the stage.

“I think it will be wonderful,” Harrison said of this weekend’s musical in the theatre.

The performers have been practicing since the second week of August including Saturdays in September and four hour rehearsals this week. A tremendous amount of effort has gone into the show from cast and crew alike.

“Godspell is not an old fuddy-duddy production,” Harrison said. “It is a modern and high-energy production that is full of music, dancing, and comedy. Students should come out to see the hard work their peers have put into sharing this great story.

“Students should NOT be fooled by the title. Although it is a musical surrounding parables from the Bible, the message rings true for everyone. The message is one of hope, love and kindness.”

Be sure to watch for a wonderful performance by sophomore Ceven Webb as he plays the role of John the Baptist and Judas and senior Marvin Bills as Jesus. A wonderful performance, however, can be expected from everyone in this year’s production of Godspell.



Friday: 7:30 p.m.

Saturday: 3 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Performed in the Ben Davis Theatre

Tickets on sale in the choir department: $6 for students and $8 for adults.