SpongeBob Squarepants: The Musical is a vibrant and energetic show that brings the beloved characters of the classic Nickelodeon cartoon to life on stage. The West Union High School production, in its final rehearsals, will be impressively enthusiastic and colorful experience for all ages; presented by talented performers who bring their A-game to every scene.
One of the standout aspects of this production was the incredible set design, which featured bright colors, whimsical shapes, and imaginative props that helped to transport the audience to the underwater world of Bikini Bottom. The costumes were similarly fashioned, with creative touches that really brought each character to life.
The cast of the show was fully invested, with each actor fully embodying their character and bringing a unique energy and charisma to their performances from sea slugs to some special guest pirates. SpongeBob herself was particularly memorable, with the performer nailing her signature high-pitched laugh and optimistic spirit. Other standout performances included Patrick, Squidward, and Plankton, all of whom were played with great comedic timing and stage presence.
The musical numbers in this show were also a highlight, featuring catchy tunes that were both fun and memorable. From the opening number “Bikini Bottom Day” to the finale “Best Day Ever,” the music was a joy to listen to and had the audience tapping their feet and singing along.
Overall, I was thoroughly impressed by this high school production of SpongeBob Squarepants: The Musical. The cast and crew put on a show that was both entertaining and impressive, showcasing the best of what our local high schools’ theaters production can offer. I highly recommend this show to anyone who loves SpongeBob or just wants to see a fun and lively musical!
Get your tickets today by stopping by the high school cafetorium 3-8pm and they can be purchased at the door as well. The show will be held in the West Union High School cafetorium on April 28, 29, May 6, and 7 at 7 p.m., as well as May 8th at 2 p.m.