The Gulliver Preparatory Performing Arts Department hosted a pair of early-spring shows last week, as the Prep Dance Club presented the 15th Annual Dancers Responding to AIDS Benefit and the Prep Players presented The Addams Family Musical.
On Wednesday, Feb. 8, 11 local schools joined forces with the Prep Dance Club for a special benefit show at the Miller Drive Campus Auditorium. The event raised over $3,000 for Dancers Responding to AIDS (DRA), which falls under the umbrella of Broadway Cares. Gulliver welcomed DRA Outreach Coordinator, Chip Byars, to the show as he was in attendance to celebrate an unprecedented 15th year of hosting the event.
For photos of the 15th Annual Dancers Responding to AIDS Benefit, taken by Gulliver student Megan Lewis '17, click here.
The Prep Players presented The Addams Family Musical on Feb. 9-11, performing off-campus for the first time at the historic Miami Scottish Rite. The cast was comprised of 23 students, while many additional students assisted with backstage duties and show preparation as crew members.
For photos of the Prep Players' production of The Addams Family Musical, taken by Gulliver student Carlos Sanchez '20, click here.