The Music Man takes the spotlight

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Jonathan Rodewald

Senior Aaron Terhune, playing the role of Harold Hill, offers to give music lessons to Winthrop Paroo, played by IMS student Bobby Lewis (right). Terhune is talking directly to junior Erin Klubek, playing Mrs. Paroo.

Allie Utley, Staff Writer

The Iola High School theater cast and crew will be presenting “The Music Man” on Thursday, April 6, and Friday, April 7, at the Bowlus Fine Arts Center. The show begins at 7:00 p.m. both nights and general admission costs $5. USD 257 students are free.

“The hardest part about the show has been everyone memorizing their lines,” senior Aaron Terhune, playing lead role of Harold Hill, says. “The kids will really love the singing and dancing in the show.”