Dover students take part in global music review

The show must continue!

Submitted to Dover Express

The Dover Grammar School for Girls presented two evenings of great performing tunes as part of a global event celebrating local theater.

80 DGGS students and staff joined 2,500 people from over 40 countries for the global fundraising journal All Together Now.

The initiative, led by theater licensor Music Theater International, has seen writers, their estates and rights holders accept fees for the performance of songs from their iconic musicals.

These included Cameron Mackintosh; Disney theater group; Lionel Bart; Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe; Tim Minchin; and Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus.

With themed tables and limited tickets, the intimate cabaret-style shows ensured a safe and intimate return to the live events at the Dover School.

The result was a true ensemble production, with performances using the power of theater to celebrate, entertain, collaborate and raise funds for future theatrical projects.

The cast and crew from the school made the audience laugh, cry and sing, with colorful and energetic contributions presented with humor and confidence.

The shows exemplified the power of teamwork and the joy of local theater, reminding everyone that community is everything and the show must go on!

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