"The Music Man" will debut at Crofton Middle School on March 8 and in preparation for the show Patch caught up with several members of the cast.
Seventh-grader Warren Baltimore III, spoke with Patch about the show and why you should make sure you have tickets.
Crofton Patch: What is your character or role in the production?
Warren Baltimore III: My character in this year's Crofton Middle School musical The Music Man is Mayor George Shinn.
Crofton Patch: What is your favorite part of the show, or why should people come see it?
Warren: The meeting at the gymnasium and the Shipoopi dance. People should come see the show because it has great music, dancing, acting, characters and a great storyline.
Crofton Patch: What is your favorite show or musical you have ever seen or heard performed?
Warren: I haven't seen as many live stage shows as I would like to so far, but I would say I've enjoyed Little Shop of Horrors and The Nutcracker ballet.
Crofton Patch: What do you like to do besides performing?
Warren: I like to sing, dance, hang out with friends, and [do] athletics.
Crofton Patch: What do you want to be when you grow up?
Warren: I'd like to become a very famous actor and singer.
"The Music Man" will run March 8-10 and then March 15-17 at Crofton Middle. Those interested in purchasing tickets can do so by emailing CMStickets@gmail.com. Tickets are $7 a person.
For compete coverage of "The Music Man," including more cast member Q&A's click here.