Musical Theatre students perform live for final project

Alexys Ortiz, junior psychology major, poses for her close up during the filming of her solo performance for the Musical Theatre class final project Saturday at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Glendale. Adjunct Professor Ariel Pisturino and videographer Phil Pritchard assist with the last minute adjustments. / photo by Rachel Kendrick
Alexys Ortiz, junior psychology major, poses for her close up during the filming of her solo performance for the Musical Theatre class final project Saturday at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Glendale. Adjunct Professor Ariel Pisturino and videographer Phil Pritchard assist with the last minute adjustments. / photo by Rachel Kendrick
Senior music major and Chamber Singers member Kate Correnti performs her solo “Giants in the Sky” from “Into The Woods” Saturday at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Glendale. Videographer Phil Pritchard films the scene for the final project for the Musical Theatre course. / photo by Rachel Kendrick
Senior music major and Chamber Singers member Kate Correnti performs her solo “Giants in the Sky” from “Into The Woods” Saturday at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Glendale. Videographer Phil Pritchard films the scene for the final project for the Musical Theatre course. / photo by Rachel Kendrick
Videographer Phil Pritchard reviews final shots from senior kinesiology major’s Janelle Perez’s solo performance of “No One is Alone” from “Into The Woods” for the Musical Theatre class’s final project. The scenes were also filmed Saturday at St. Mark Espiscopal Church in Glendale. / photo by Rachel Kendrick
Videographer Phil Pritchard reviews final shots from senior kinesiology major’s Janelle Perez’s solo performance of “No One is Alone” from “Into The Woods” for the Musical Theatre class’s final project. The scenes were also filmed Saturday at St. Mark Espiscopal Church in Glendale. / photo by Rachel Kendrick
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