Spring musicals offer students the opportunity to shine

Local actors and actresses are getting ready to sing, dance and act their way into your hearts. Musicals in Lakota Local Schools this Spring offer everything from modern favorites to long-time classics. There’s something for everyone to enjoy. 

Frozen Jr. 

March 6-8

Plains Jr. School

Bringing together sisterly love and the courage to be yourself, Frozen Jr. is an adaptation of the well-known Broadway musical and hit movie. Anna and Elsa are princesses in Arendelle, where Elsa has a secret that could harm her and her whole nation. Their well-known journey is beautifully depicted in this musical, with some of the memorable songs and characters from the film. PlainsJr.LakotaOnline.com

Annie, Jr.

March 6-7

Hopewell Jr. School

Based on a heartwarming comic strip, Annie Jr. follows the orphaned heroine and her journey to find a family. Searching for her parents and evading Miss Hannigan, Annie wins over everyone with her spunky persistence. HopewellJr.LakotaOnline.com


March 27-29; April 2-4

Lakota East High School

The excitement of the theatre and the ambitions of youth are reflected in this musical about Pippin the young prince, son of Emperor Charlemagne. Full of war, love, betrayal, and always comedy, this musical offers a whole new perspective on what “happily ever after” really means. SeatYourself.biz/LakotaEastHigh


Fiddler on the Roof

April 3-5

Lakota West High School

Lakota West Theater will be sharing the timeless story of a close-knit Jewish community in Russia. Through the journey of helping his five daughters to marry, Tevye the Milkman experiences the importance of love, family ties, and the bonds of their small community. The classic musical numbers will have you dancing along in your seat. LakotaWestTheatre.net