The show kicked off with Shelbi Taylor and Johnny Vroom as entertaining hosts for the night, followed by many various performances including dance styles from all around the world, guitar duets and soloists, piano playing, singing, Mason's favorite band groups, and much more.
The GMHS jazz band got the audience pumped as the first act of the night. Dancer, Holly Jones, senior, showcased her skills follow by an interesting performance by the heavy metal band, Atrophy. All acts summed up to be a huge success including "The Crayola Song" performed by Sarah Rodock and Becca Ward and "The Mystery Song" by Rand Walter and Tyler Waters. "It really was an awesome night and everything was a great success! It really brings the school together when we have shows like this," said Johnny Vroom, host. "The audience's reactions were so interesting to watch! At one point they were surprised and another they were shocked at the array of talent presented by all the performers," added Shelbi Taylor, hostess.
While tension was evident in the performers' faces backstage before the show, Sarah Rodock, who was in two acts, says, "It really is a long process and when you get out there on stage, you really just want to do your best and show everyone your talent, as well as how hard you've worked." Performer Becca Ward, junior, also adds this has been one of the best Mason productions she has seen, "I have been in every single show since eighth grade and this has definitely been one of the best shows. The audience got involved and it was fantastic!"
A big thanks also goes to the stage crew for their hard work backstage as well as the audience who helped raise money which will go towards the Junior/Senior Prom 09'. We also say goodbye to many musical groups this year, such as Basmati and Atrophy, whose band members are going their separate ways after senior graduation. Reilly O'Hara commented, "It is really sad to lose some of the people that have certainly brought some amazing talent to Mason Halls."
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