Students to Perform Dr. Horrible’s Sing-along Blog

Students Perform Dr. Horrible

Kudos to the Miami Valley School! Their drama department will be performing Dr. Horrible’s Sing-along Blog next month. How cool is that?

I really like their promotional poster, it looks a lot like the original artwork:

Dr. Horrible

This looks like so much fun! Apparently, they have the full support of Joss Whedon and his team, who gave them their blessing today on Twitter.

I hope they get the costumes right, and someone at the school reads our post about How to Make a Dr. Horrible Costume. That should get them pointed in the right direction! 😉

If you haven’t had a chance to watch Dr. Horrible, you are really missing out on a great show. It’s available on Hulu for free!

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5 Responses to Students to Perform Dr. Horrible’s Sing-along Blog

  1. Lauren says:

    Thank you so much for your kind words.
    I happen to be the student who made the flier, so I’m especially flattered.

    I know I speak on behalf of my entire school when I say that we are super excited about this production.

    And here’s a higher resolution photo of my flier:

  2. manny says:

    Thanks for commenting, Lauren! I sent you an email with some questions about your play. Mainly I’m wondering if you guys will have to edit some of the language, and also, are you going to use a real horse? Hope to hear from you! Oh and also, thanks for the hi-res link, I will replace the small one with it. 🙂

  3. Jula says:

    How did you get permission for your production? We tried and they essentially just blew us off. Maybe it’s because we’re doing it as a student-directed play. I’d also be interested in finding out what you did for costumes, set, etc.

  4. Andrew says:

    What are you doing for music? Is there a published score for pit orchestra somewhere?

  5. Starr says:

    How did you get your rights/ your underscore?

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