Sporakowski said “Toxic” is about going through and surviving relationship breakdowns. Sporakowski said when she composed the show that she envisioned a high school age breakup and that she “fits” with the high school age of the students.
She said the show included a variety of songs like “Wreaking Ball” by Miley Cyrus, Bruno Mars’ song “Gernade” and “Bad Blood” by Taylor Swift. The show also includes uplifting music that deals with a breakup like Rachel Patton’s âFight Songâ.
âAll of our songs have something that would be toxic to the body,â she said. âAt the end of everything that’s going on, you can say you’re still standing and survived. “
Sporakowski said advance tickets are available at 2nd Street Market and Viking Village Foods until the morning of the March 9 show. Advanced tickets are $ 8 while seniors, students, and children are $ 5. At the door, adult tickets cost $ 10 at the door and $ 5 for seniors, students and children.
Sporakowski said the event is the âbiggest fundraiserâ for the Choraliers and that the money will go towards the production of his shows.
“We have to pay an arranger, we have to pay a choreographer, we have to pay license fees, we have to pay registration fees, we have to pay client fees,” she said.
The Choraliers include 55 students from the high school, including dancers, singers, orchestra members and students of the team who help run the show.