Video: “Help Me Help You”

#10 – “My Otter” from the LCHS World Premiere Production of KELLY featuring Cori Gillis and company.


#4 – “Kelly the Destroyer” from the LCHS World Premiere Production of KELLY featuring Brie Cole, James Elkin & company.


#4 – “Kelly the Destroyer” from the LCHS World Premiere Production of KELLY featuring Brie Cole, James Elkin & company.


#5 – “The Scientific Method” from the LCHS World Premiere Production of KELLY featuring Brie Cole, Anna Maguire, & company.


#15 – “The Scientific Method” from the LCHS World Premiere Production of KELLY featuring Brie Cole, Anna Maguire, & company.


#13 – “Springfield Flashback” from the LCHS World Premiere Production of KELLY featuring Dominick Betts, Melina Palomba & company.


#13A – “Springfield Flashback” from the LCHS World Premiere Production of KELLY featuring Dominick Betts, Melina Palomba & company.


#2 – “Fall in Line” from the LCHS World Premiere Production of KELLY featuring Sarah Wier, Brittany Mendoza-Pena & company.


#2 – “Fall in Line” from the LCHS World Premiere Production of KELLY featuring Sarah Wier, Brittany Mendoza-Pena & company.


#3 – “Help Me Help You” from the LCHS World Premiere Production of KELLY featuring Kezia Rhodes, Sarah Wier, Ilan Hernandez and Will Petro.

#3 – “Help Me Help You”

In “Higher”, the opening number of the show, the students are getting ready for yet another day of oppressive high-stakes testing.

Recording performed by students from Wright State University. 
In “Fall in Line, ” the second song in the show, Hannah and the Cobras introduce the Springfield System (for Scholastic Success) to the whole school by way of this high-energy conga.

Recording performed by Rob Hartmann. 
In “Fall in Line, ” the second song in the show, Hannah and the Cobras introduce the Springfield System (for Scholastic Success) to the whole school by way of this high-energy conga.

Recording performed by Rob Hartmann. 
In “Help Me Help You, ” Hannah convinces Principal Mungus to give her free reign over the school to improve scholastic performance.

Recording performed by Rob Hartmann.