The 37th annual SARMU hit the stage at Drumlin Heights Consolidated School on Sunday, May 11, with two more shows on Monday, May 12 and Tuesday, May 13 at 7 p.m. Showtimes are 7 p.m.
Vanguard associate editor Tina Comeau attended the May 11 show. You can view a video and photos (click on the photo gallery icon.)
Performers in the show are Grade 9 to 12 students who attend either Drumlin or Ecole Par-en-Bas.
This year's singers and musicians are: Emily Adams, Corey Wilson, Shane LeBlanc, Natasha Fitzgerald, Candace d'Eon, Nadine Pineau-Pothier, Rachel Surette, Rebecca d'Entremont, Megan Cottreau, Kenzie d'Entremont-Harris, Nadine Cornect, Caylee d'Entremont, Julian d'Entremont, Lucien d'Eon, Luc DeViller, Tyler Greene, Carter LeBlanc and Nicholas Pothier. The master of ceremonies is Brandon Doucette and Abby d'Entremont and Kirkland d'Entremont help out backstage.
The producers of the show are Renette Bourque, Johnny Boudreau, Lauren d'Entremont and Lise Newell.
The technical team involves Geoff Doane, Steve Moore, John d'Eon, Tim Amirault and Troy Deveau.
Alyssa LeBlanc and Candice Spinney also help out with SARMYU.
Numerous sponsors also support the event.
Tickets are sold at the door and are $10.
You can read a story we wrote about this year's SARMU by clicking here.