Marianas High School’s glee club, Rhythm ‘N Harmony, will be presenting its two-show spring concert this Sunday, May 15, for afternoon and evening of enjoyable music entertainment.
The program’s two performances will start at 3pm and 7pm. Both shows will be performed at Charley’s Cabaret at the Pacific Islands Club.
The production is student-directed by Sommer Gomes and Mylan Goodwin, and produced by Friends of the Arts president Harold Easton.
The MHS Glee Club was formed at Marianas High School in 2010 as a 16-member competition group. It was later renamed “Rhythm ‘N Harmony” and has brought great honor to the CNMI by their outstanding performances at the annual International Thespian Festival in Lincoln, Nebraska, and at the regional Tumon Bay Music Festival.
Tickets will be sold at the door. The entrance fee will be $4 for all students up through college, and $8 for adults.
“This will definitely be a show to close out the spring season and start off the summer. Come, sit back, listen, and enjoy the music of Rhythm ‘N Harmony,” said an FOA news release yesterday. (PR)