The Hermantown drama club is preparing a fall musical concert in keeping with the pandemic times, according to a news release from director Theresa Taraldsen.

"The Lasts 20 Years — A Musical Revue!" will feature students from grades 7-12 singing one song from each musical staged at Hermantown High School for the past 20 years. Songs will include classics such as: “Oh, What a Beautiful Morning,” “Modern Major General,” “Corner of the Sky,” “Castle on a Cloud,” “Wouldn’t it Be Loverly,” “I Feel Pretty,” “Tomorrow,” “Impossible Dream" and more.

Hermantown freshman Emily Mahnke rehearses "I Know Things Now" from "Into the Woods." (Submitted photo)
Hermantown freshman Emily Mahnke rehearses "I Know Things Now" from "Into the Woods." (Submitted photo)

Name-your-price tickets for the streamed concert are available from hhstheatre.ludus.com. The concert will be streamed Dec. 4-7 at 7 p.m.

Protocols from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and from the Minnesota Department of Health, were followed in the creation of this production.

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Hermantown junior Marcus Agnich rehearses "Oh What a Beautiful Morning" from "Oklahoma!" (Submitted photo)
Hermantown junior Marcus Agnich rehearses "Oh What a Beautiful Morning" from "Oklahoma!" (Submitted photo)