Eighth grade theater students perform last musical

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Mikayla Lipson

Playing the witch in “Into the Woods”, Danielle Yodowitz finishes the song. Yodowitz said, “I feel I did great and I had lots of fun performing.”

After months of preparation, the eighth grade theater department performed their final production of “Into the Woods”.
“I picked this show because it really suited my students and gave them lots of opportunities to showcase their skills,” Neena Caperna, director said.
As opening night approached, the cast worked nonstop and tried to perfect every scene.
“I think that the students will do wonderfully. They’ve been working extremely hard and they’re ready to show everybody what they can do. They might be nervous, but I’m confident in them,” Caperna said.
Being the last musical of the year, it was a bittersweet moment for some students.
Reese McCobb, actor of Little Red Riding Hood said, “As much as it is exciting to perform, it’s also really sad because I feel like I have learned a lot and have grown so much as a person while being at Bak. It’s really hard to leave.”