“The Hunchback of Notre Dame” Opens Wed-Sat

The culmination of two months of work comes together in the RC Drama adaptation of the original novel and movie, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.”

by Matthew Fink, Editor in Chief

“The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” is being performed from Mar. 4 through Mar. 7 at 7:00 p.m. in the RCHS Auditorium. Tickets can still be bought at showtix4u.com and a small amount of tickets will be sold at the door, $13 for adults, and $10 for students and seniors.

Alyssa Marino ‘20 prays in front of the prop Mary statue for her musical number “God Help the Outcasts” for rehearsal in the auditorium Feb. 24. Marino played Esmeralda in the Hunchback of Notre Dame, a gypsy girl being hunted down by Frollo and his soldiers.
Gideon Groom ‘20 sings the final note of “Hellfire” while the lights go out for rehearsal of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” in the auditorium Feb. 24. Groom’s character Frollo goes on a desperate search for the gypsie Esmeralda.
Curtis Lemiuex ‘20 rings the bell rope for the musical number, “Bells of Notre Dame” during rehearsal for the spring musical in the auditorium Feb. 24. Lemiuex played Quasimodo, the bellringer of Notre Dame, who has been hidden away from society by his master, Frollo.
Reese Cruz ‘20 dances along to “Topsy Turvy” as he sings in the auditorium during a rehearsal for Hunchback of Notre Dame Feb. 24. Cruz plays Clopin, the leader of the gypsies and also the narrator of the story.
Carson Timmons ‘20 stands alongside a group of soldiers as he sings “Rest and Recreation” on stage for rehearsal Feb. 24. Timmons plays a soldier promoted to the captain of the guard by Frollo.
Gideon Groom ‘20 holds a young Quasimodo during the “Bells of Notre Dame” for rehearsal of the spring musical in the auditorium Feb. 24. Groom played Frollo, the archdeacon of Notre Dame, who takes Quasimodo at a young age to be the bellringer of Notre Dame.