The Warmest Spring


cast of warmest spring
Although Randolph Union High School’s theater program remained very active during the pandemic, offering two major musicals and a radio play online, live performance has returned to Murray Auditorium—after 734 days.

“The Warmest Spring,” a new play commissioned by the troupe, opened last Friday night before an invited audience of the cast and crew’s family and friends.

Director Brian Rainville notes, “There’s no need to worry if you weren’t in attendance, since audio of the production was recorded by Vincent Freeman of The Underground Studio and is now available for listening here.

A family pass can be purchased and the show remains available online until May 1.”

Twenty-five young actors and technicians at Randolph Union labored to launch the play, in addition to some 63 students enrolled in theater courses this semester.