Rabun Gap students wow audiences with performance of “Into the Woods”

Peyton Coppage of Sky Valley, GA as Little Red Riding Hood, left, confronts The Wolf, played by Dustin Anderson of Hiawassee, GA during Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School’s production of “Into the Woods”.

“The show must go on” – it’s a mantra the Rabun Gap arts department truly took to heart this season as they created and produced a one-of-a-kind musical experience in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rabun Gap students performed “Into the Woods” as this year’s fall musical. All lines and music were pre-recorded in Rabun Gap’s new recording studio, and masked performers acted on stage as the audio was played. The cast and crew produced seven shows for limited audiences in the Rearden Theater, where social distancing and masks were required.

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