HEBRON – Students and faculty from Hebron Academy’s Upper and Middle School will present the musical comedy “Grease” at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 27, and Saturday, Feb. 28, in the Androscoggin Theatre. The theater is in Sargent Memorial Gymnasium on the Hebron campus.

It’s directed by Julie Middleton, with musical direction by Paul Thibeault

In this song-and-dance show by Jim Jacob and Warren Casey, the fabulous 1950s return and “Grease” is still the word, as the stage action captures the teenage lives of Danny Zuko, a member of the “Burger Palace Boys” high school gang, and Sandy Dumbrowski, who has lived a sheltered life.

They meet on vacation, fall in love, are separated and then reunite where they realize they come from two different worlds. Sandy joins the “Pink Ladies” gang to fit in with Danny’s gang.

Hebron alumnus Albert Lepage ’65 has made it possible for many stage renovations to be completed. The theater was dedicated in honor of past, present and future Hebron students from Androscoggin County. The Parent Association donated a new spotlight, which will be put to use in this musical comedy.

Hebron Academy is a college preparatory boarding and day school celebrating its 200th anniversary.

For more information regarding the show, people can contact Middleton at 966-2100.

Admission is open to the public and free of charge.<.000

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