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CRY-BABY VIDEO RECAP

As the cast and crew of “Cry-Baby: The Musical” prepare for their final performances this weekend, they reflect on their debut. “Learning how to keep the show fresh and keep my voice rested is something I’ll always be learning, and this show has truly helped me get a feel for hopefully what I’ll get to do professionally,”  theatre junior Jade Huber said, who took on one of the lead roles, Allison, in the production. “I’m having the most fun just getting to play [Allison] on stage; this show really allows me to let myself go.” Cry-Baby himself, played by theatre senior Mason Taylor, also sees past performances as a learning opportunity. “This past weekend has been an amazing experience because separated, we’re all smart and talented people,” Taylor said. “But together we put up one of the most amazing shows I’ve ever done.” Watch the video above to see what goes into making a musical at Dreyfoos. 

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Adam Goldstick
Adam Goldstick, Photo Editor
Communications junior Adam Goldstick is a second-year member of The Muse. For as long as he can remember, Adam has enjoyed telling stories, originally through video, and he practices this passion wherever he goes. He brings his camera from the isolated trails and snow-capped mountains he enjoys backpacking through in the summer to the comforts of home, where he can make short films with his friends. Today, as the photography editor, Adam’s stories span a wider variety of platforms. Whether it is through writing, photography, or videography, he enjoys telling the stories of artists at Dreyfoos and the very diverse population that walks its halls. Adam hopes to continue this passion in the future—whether through writing or film—and tell the stories of others to further enrich his own. If you would like to contact this editor, you may reach them at [email protected].
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