Dallastown Area High School plays after 2-year hiatus


YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — The Dallastown-area high school will perform its rendition of “Mama Mia” from Thursday, July 7 through Saturday, July 10. The COVID-19 pandemic has put an end to the performance in 2020.

“It seemed like the right thing to do, to invite back the old timers who never got to play what they had worked so hard for two years ago.” Current and former students of the original cast were offered their original roles and some agreed to be recast to fill the roles of performers unable to return,” said musical theater manager Amy Anderson.

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“I feel like I’m putting old shoes back on,” Riley Sharp said. Sharp is a 2021 grad now studying
Musical Theater at UNC Greensboro and continues in her role as Donna Sheridan.

“To be able to be back in this little family just one more time after being away for a while is a really good feeling.” said production manager Rachel Raine. Raine entered the working field after graduating from Dallastown in 2021.

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In addition to the 11 returning artists, new talent will also join the cast. This includes some 2,022 high school graduates.

Tickets for the show can be found by click here.


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