The Crossett High School choir students took the stage for their annual Follies in the new Crossett High School Auditorium April 26th and 27.

The theme for this year’s follies was “Open Mic Night.”

The theme, T-shirt, and decorations are all created by the students. The show had a total of 83 students performing with five choirs involved in the show.

The show featured 15 songs including classics like “Jailhouse Rock” and “Dancing Queen” with a mix of today’s hits like “Say Something” and “Rainbow.”

A senior slideshow and song by the seniors only allowed them to be showcased in their new cap and gowns.

“I’m so thankful that I had the opportunity to do what I love with my classmates and showcase to our friends and family,” Senior Kantorei and Madrigal member Hannah McFarland said.

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