Hasbrouck Heights Middle School puts on its annual musical production of "Pom Pom Zombies"
The sixth, seventh and eighth graders at Hasbrouck Heights Middle School have brought the 1960s, nuclear blast from the past musical - "Pom Pom Zombies" to life performing for the community this week. The show features 65 students and is once again produced and directed by Erin Schneeweiss. A matinee performance was held Wednesday afternoon and the show officially opened Wednesday night for the community. The final performance will take place Thursday, Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Click through our photo gallery to see images from the Wednesday matinee performance. Read the full story on the musical here. 'Like' Patch on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
Sixty-five students make up the cast of the Middle School production of "Pom Pom Zombies" which will be performed Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the school auditorium.
The Hasbrouck Heights community is in for a real treat this week when the Middle School players take their musical production of "Pom Pom Zombies" to the stage. This fun and upbeat show is filled with lots of comedy, silly songs and yes, like the title of the show suggests, there definitely will be some zombies too. The high school's very own Erin Schneeweiss once again produces and directs the show, which she has been doing for both the middle and high school for about 25 years now. She is once again joined by fellow high school teacher Michele Fernades in putting on this production. Schneeweiss says this is a really fun show which is a silly take on the beach party movies from back in the 1960s that would star Annette Funicello and …