SGAHS Presents: “Grease”!

Taking a Trip to the 1950’s with “Grease”!


Kaylee Mejia, Writer

Welcome to Spring Grove Area High School where the musicals are always spectacular.
Last year the high school had an amazing showing of Disney’s “The Little Mermaid,” but this
year we are taking a trip back in time to the 1950’s with a viewing of the beloved favorite,
“Grease” – just in time for the 20th anniversary of “Grease’s” Broadway debut. The story line
follows the bad boy Danny Zuko and good girl Sandy Olsson on their Romeo and Juliet must-see love story during their wonderful senior year of high school. But you don’t have to listen to
me about the success of these musicals. Hear it from your fellow friends and classmates.

Faith Miller (Sandy Olsson)
Faith started the musical in 8th grade and is now in the graduating class of 2022 and has
remained dedicated all five years. She has landed many leads in the musicals and has always
found enjoyment in them. She finds the group to be like one big family: fun, creative, and
definitely worth it. Faith adores everything about the musicals, especially seeing the show come

Caleb Dietrich (Danny Zuko)
Caleb started the musical his junior year and is now also a senior in Spring Grove Area High
School. Caleb, only two years into his musical career, landed the lead as Danny Zuko. His
opinions on the show are extremely positive and similar to Faiths, mirroring how it feels like a
family. He also agrees that the cast is so fun to work with.

So come see “Grease” on March 4th, 5th, and 6th at Spring Grove Area High School. Tickets are on sale in the main office at the high school for $7 – $11 depending on age and location. They will be an additional $2 day-of showings at the door, so get your tickets in advance! Go like Greased


Book, Music, and Lyrics by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey
“Grease: School Version” is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc., a Concord Theatricals Company.
“You’re The One That I Want,” “Sandy,” and “Hopelessly Devoted to You” by arrangement with Robert Stigwood