UNION GROVE — Union Grove High School’s Performing Arts Department makes history with “GREASE,” its fastest-selling musical performance to date.
UGHS will present “GREASE” on March 10, 11, 17, and 18. While the past two years have been sell-out productions for the school, “GREASE” makes school history by selling out six weeks prior to the production opening for the public.
The musical boasts a cast and crew of over 70+ students. Additionally, staff members from the choir, band, science, and tech ed departments have contributed their talents to the production.
Union Grove High School performing arts
UGHS has a robust performing arts program that includes an extra-curricular fall play, spring musical, and spring cabaret. The extracurricular performances are led by Rob Kroes and Kim Sandberg with the help of Mitchell Brachmann and Zach Fell.
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