Cooper High School Students Create ‘The Theory of Relativity’
Cooper High School is back on stage this spring with the musical “The Theory of Relativity.” For many students, this show is the first time performing on stage since the before the start of the pandemic last year.
“I really enjoy theater and I really enjoy getting to act and sing and stuff like that. So getting to do this show when we haven’t been on stage for over a year is really nice,” said senior Zoey Morris.
Morris echoes the sentiments of many seniors.
“I haven’t been on stage since fall of last year. I’m really really excited to get back on stage, even if it is my last performance,” said senior Ava Lindstrom.
It’s All Connected
Above all, “The Theory of Relativity” is about human relationships.
“The gist of the show would probably be just kind of an overlying theme of human connectivity,” said Lindstrom.
“It, like all with different individuals. With like different personalities and different dynamics all. Like inter meshing. Like connecting with each other. Pretty cool,” said Morris.
“The Theory of Relativity” runs tonight through Saturday at Cooper High School, 4148 Winnetka Ave N. New Hope, MN 55427. Show times are at 7 p.m.