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CCHS Theatre performs “Catch Me If You Can”

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By Kendall Patterson

The Chester County High School Theatre performed a weekend of applauding performances of the production of “Catch Me If You Can” during the weekend.
Some people who watched the show mentioned how the production seemed like it was a college or Broadway production.
Seniors Benjamin Clayton, Lakelin Lemmings and Hunt Pipkin shared what they enjoyed about the show and what they will miss about CCHS Theatre.
“It was really fun to run around and use all of my energy. It means I’m tired after the show, but it means I had a great time during the show,” said Clayton who played as Agent Carl Hanratty. “I enjoyed performing with my cast mates and my directors. It has been my favorite production by far and I’m going to miss it. I’m not happy to let it go, but I’m glad that it happened. It’s going to be tough to let go, but I’m going to miss it every day.”
Lemmings, who performed as Brenda Strong added, “It’s very different from other roles I’ve played, so it was a challenge for me. I loved the challenge most of all. It’s bittersweet. I’ll be happy that I won’t be coming here every day and wearing myself out, but then I’m going to miss it. I’ve created and become best friends with over half this cast, and to not see them every day and get to work with them is emotional.”
Pipkin, as the lead character of Frank Abagnale, Jr. said, “My favorite thing about the show is getting to sing the songs, getting to dance the dances, but most importantly, just getting to be on the stage. The show is great, but just getting to dance and sing on the stage with all my friends that’s the best part. There’s nothing that can top that. Being on the stage with everyone you love and everybody you care about, there’s no better feeling than that. I’m going to miss everything. I’m going to miss Mrs. Carol Ann and Mr. McCaskill. I’ve only known him for one year, but he’s a great guy. I’m going to miss everybody in that dressing room. I’m going to miss everyone in the audience who came to support our shows.

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