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STARRY, STARRY NIGHT: Hempfield Area High School students, (from left), Michael Bair, Danny Whirlow, Isabella Patula and fellow cast members, perform a segment of Hempfield's 'Fiddler On The Roof', during The 21st Annual 'WESTMORELAND NIGHT OF THE STARS', presented by John M. Noble, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Thursday evening, May 4, 2017.
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Ligonier Valley High School student, Bill Snyder, (center), and fellow cast members, perform a segment from their musical, 'South Pacific', during The 21st Annual 'Westmoreland Night of the Stars,' presented by John M. Noble, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Thursday evening, May 4, 2017.
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STARRY, STARRY NIGHT: John Noble, (center), takes the stage with Hempfield Area High School students, as they perform segments from their musical 'Fiddler On The Roof', during The 21st annual “Westmoreland Night of the Stars,” on May 4 at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg.
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STARRY, STARRY NIGHT: Ligonier Valley High School student, Maria Anto, and fellow cast members, perform a segment from their musical, 'South Pacific', during The 21st Annual 'WESTMORELAND NIGHT OF THE STARS', presented by John M. Noble, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Thursday evening, May 4, 2017.
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STARRY, STARRY NIGHT: Cast members and director from Penn Trafford High School musical 'Legally Blonde', (from left), senior, Katelynn Powell, musical director, Thomas Bekavac, and senior, Natasha Popovich, gather for a photo during The 21st Annual 'WESTMORELAND NIGHT OF THE STARS', presented by John M. Noble, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Thursday evening, May 4, 2017.
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STARRY, STARRY NIGHT: Ligonier Valley High School students, (from left), Garrett Crusan, grade 10, Cole Zimmerman, grade 11, and Tyler Stoner, grade 12, gather for a photo during The 21st Annual 'WESTMORELAND NIGHT OF THE STARS', presented by John M. Noble, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Thursday evening, May 4, 2017.
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Kim Stepinsky | For the Tribune-Review
STARRY, STARRY NIGHT: Hempfield Area High School student, Olivia Neil, opens the performance of Hempfield's 'Fiddler On The Roof', during The 21st Annual 'WESTMORELAND NIGHT OF THE STARS', presented by John M. Noble, held at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg on Thursday evening, May 4, 2017.

“John Noble’s “Westmoreland Night of the Stars” expanded to two nights this year — May 3 and 4 at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg — and featured students from Franklin Regional, Jeannette, Kiski, Greater Latrobe, Monessen, Mt. Pleasant, Valley and Yough school districts on May 3 and Burrell, Derry, Greensburg Central Catholic, Greensburg-Salem, Hempfield, Ligonier Valley and Penn Trafford school districts and Arts for Homeschoolers students on May 4.

Some 750 students re-created scenes from their schools’ musicals to benefit musical theater programs in Westmoreland County school districts and the county’s home-schooled students.

— Tribune-Review

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