Q&A: Rock 'n' Roll Revival's Riley Lewis
Riley Lewis is a dancer in this year's Rock 'n' Roll Revival at Severna Park High School.
Patch stopped by a dress rehearsal to talk with a few members of the cast and crew about the show, what made them want to join, and why Rock 'n' Roll is so popular at SPHS.
Riley Lewis, a senior, is in five dance numbers.
Severna Park Patch: What is your favorite song in the production?
Riley Lewis: “Dancing in the Moonlight”— that’s my favorite one to dance in and I think “Come on Eileen” is the general favorite. We all sing it behind stage while they are up there
Severna Park Patch: Why should people come see the show?
Lewis: It’s a great mix of people and it is fun showing that we can enjoy a whole range of music. It’s just great and so much fun.
Severna Park Patch: What else do you do at school besides Rock ‘n’ Roll?
Lewis: I am in dance company so I have done concerts before, but nothing this extravagant.
Severna Park Patch: Why did you want to be in Rock ‘n’ Roll Revival?
Lewis: I have seen it all my life because I live down the road and it has always looked so awesome. I always wanted to be in it and this is my first year making it.
Severna Park Patch: What are your plans for next year?
Lewis: I’m not really sure yet.
Rock 'n' Roll Revival will continue to run March 15-16; however, all performances are sold out. "Stand-by" tickets may be available to performances on Friday and Saturday—see the parent volunteers at "will call" 45 minutes before curtain time.