Locust Valley and Bayville seniors were treated to a performance of “The Drowsy Chaperone” at Locust Valley High School on March 17. Performed by the Locust Valley Jesters, the musical provided laughter, romanceand impressive singing and dancing.
Organized through the Locust Valley and Bayville senior centers, tickets to the show were provided at no cost. Following the performance, these special guests were treated to an intergenerational dinner in the high school cafeteria, served by members of the student government.
The entertainment wasn’t over when the curtain fell. Following dinner, the cast of “The Drowsy Chaperone” sang one last encore in the cafeteria.
“What joy it was to watch different generations breaking bread together and sharing their love for theater, school community, and each other,” said Acting Superintendent Carl Bonuso, Ed.D.