Westlake High holiday show provides respite, merriment

Westlake High School’s choir program presented its annual holiday show Dec. 6 to 8, but not without an element of drama as well as a heaping helping of Yuletide warmth and generosity from the community.
When the school was shut down for 18 days following the Borderline shooting and subsequent Woolsey fire, it was thought the holiday show would not go on. The vocal groups and show choirs featured in WHS’ annual showcase need weeks of rehearsal to learn all of the complex, coordinated choreography...

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