Drama club members from Calavry Episcopal Preparatory’s elementary, middle and high school combined their talents and their tremendous efforts to provide audiences a rare treat with their performance of Meredith Wilson’s “The Music Man Jr.”

In a dress rehearsal preview and then three performances, the parish hall was bursting with audience members eager to see Calvary talent at its sixth annual musical production.

Featured in the lead role of Harold Hill was this year’s One Act play best actor for the state of Texas, Paul Lazarou.

The range of age in Calvary Episcopal’s productions include age 5 -18.

The youngest lead roles were played by kindergarteners Yeva Cherry and Victoria Salceda as Amaryllis.

Not to be outdone, Nathan Tufts provided an adorable portrayal of Winthrop Paroo and held his own as a second-grade lead. On closing night, in tradition with previous years, Calvary announced next year’s musical which will be the Disney production of the Little Mermaid, Jr.

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