Heritage students take the stage in “Heritage Has Talent”

Ben Schreiber performing a piano medley

   The annual Heritage talent show, “Heritage Has Talent,” played to a packed house on Thursday, November 21. With a set of 17 engaging acts, the show was a smashing success.

   Singer Sam Garcia ’23, who sang a duet with Saoirse Galligan ’23, spoke about the preparation of the show. 

   “I would say we put about five hours into rehearsals,” says Garcia.

   The show featured performances from a wide range of students. Many grades and ages were represented, including those new to the stage and those who have participated before.

Brenna Simmons (left) and Saoirse Galligan (right) performing a tap dance to “Another Op’nin Another Show”

   Emcees Charlotte Andersen ’21 and Ben Schreiber ’20 spoke about what they enjoyed most about the experience.

   “I loved just watching the acts. It’s so cool to see all of these different talents,” says Schreiber.

   “I really liked seeing what everyone can do,” says Andersen.

Eden Urban singing “Someone to Watch Over Me”

   Despite a few technical difficulties, performers and technical workers alike worked hard to make sure the show went well, even if some moments went unplanned. Crew member Rhyan Schaff ’23 talked about how he felt the show went.

   “It was awesome. Everybody brought their A-game,” says Schaff.

   In a show filled with enchanting singing, dancing, comedy and more, the performers showed that Heritage truly does have talent.

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