Working - November 17 - November 18, 2017

Reading Sr High School


This production combined the unique and varied talents of dozens of students, staff, and community members. Mr Smith and the entire ensemble would like to say a very special thank you to the following:


  • The Music Teachers of the Reading School District! Our students start their music journey well before the get to us at the high school. We are grateful to have such talented and hardworking teaching artists among us.


  • The RHS faculty and staff. It takes EVERYONE in this building to make our students successful. I’m thankful for the kindness shown to us on a daily basis.


  • RSD School Board for continuing to support music and the arts!


  • Ms Tricia Corcoran for running stage movement workshops with our cast.  This was a big help and we hope you can come in and work more with us next year!


  • Ms JACKIE DUDASH for helping us with everything - day in and out - and just loving music and the performing arts at Reading High!
  • Thomas Heckman for helping us every year.  He's built our blocks, benches, tables, and more!


  • Zeus Light and Sound for providing exactly what we need to make our show sound and look good for the fifth year in a row.


  • The Berks Arts Council for talking with us and encouraging us to apply for a PPA grant.


  • Mr Kyle Brown for helping with some A/V details; and also for video recording our show every year.  Thanks for always being quick with our last minute requests. 


  • Kristin Boyd-Edwards and everyone in Administration downtown for helping us advertise and get the word out about our show and the wonderful things we do here at Reading High.


  • A big thanks to the following people for helping with costumes, props, and set pieces: Kim Sering; Teamsters Local; Mark A George, Firechief; and Rod Breitenstein. 


  • Our many friends who will step up at the last minute to help us get this show to the finish line! You are truly angels. 



Special thanks always go to the leaders of the

Red Knight Music Association!

They are a dedicated and hard working group of people and

a huge asset for music in our Reading Schools.


There will be refreshments for sale in the lobby BEFORE, and AFTER the show.

Please visit the snack table!

All proceeds benefit music at Reading High School.


Contact Information
    The Red Knight Music Association, an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is committed to serving and assisting the Reading High School and Reading Intermediate High School music programs and educators through fundraising, promotion and support as well as advocating musical performance through RHS, RIHS and the Reading School District.
Red Knight Music Association

P.O. Box 14971  Reading, PA 19612-4971


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