Students and teachers from Sewanhaka High School brought their singing, dancing and other artistic abilities to the stage during the Sewanhaka Follies talent show, which was highlighted by musical hits from the 1980s.
Directed by teacher George Tsolekas, the show allowed members of the school community to show off their unique talents, all while having a tremendous amount of fun.
“This event makes me really happy,” Tsolekas said. “The students exceed my expectations every year.”
During the show, solo and group performances energized the crowd with musical performances, poetry readings and choreographed dance numbers. According to Assistant Principal Nichole Allen, students and teachers participating in the show were required to audition and spent a month preparing to perform.
“Their talents are amazing to see,” Allen said. “This show gives those students who are not in drama or the musicals an opportunity to be showcased.”
—Submitted by Sewanhaka Central High School District