Q&A: Rock 'n' Roll Revival's Tom Fisher
Senior Tom Fisher is in the band for 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.
Tom Fisher plays tenor saxophone in the band.
Severna Park Patch: What is your favorite thing about Rock 'n' Roll?
Tom Fisher: Just being there and getting, for the first time ever, to do the opening show and have a part in the closing number of the show
Severna Park Patch: Why should people come see the show?
Fisher: It’s just a lot of fun and there’s so much stuff in there they don’t expect. I think people forget how big it is. It is more than a school production
Severna Park Patch: What else do you do at school besides Rock ‘n’ Roll?
Fisher: I am in band, marching band and symphonic band. I also do Severna Park High School stage ensemble.
Severna Park Patch: Why did you want to be in Rock ‘n’ Roll Revival?
Fisher: I have just heard so many positive things about it.
Severna Park Patch: What are your plans for next year?
Fisher: I will probably go to community college for the fall semester but then I want to transfer to UMBC and go into Asian studies.
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.