The Wrongest School Play Ever – Scarface

by Dustin D'Addato on March 29, 2010

I remember when I was a childhood performer in my elementary school we always had to perform lame songs like If I Had A Hammer and Singing In the Rain (we didn’t have plays at my school, just musical chorus crap).  My most jealous moment as a fourth grader was watching a friend’s school recital where she got to performed We Build This City by Jefferson Starship.  I always thought, why can’t we do something cool.  Something real.  Something gritty. Something like Huey Lewis and The News.  We were 10.  We were ready for it!  But this…I mean…wow!



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