The Saturday shows will go on as planned and the fourth performance has been re-scheduled for 7 p.m. on Sunday.
The Friday night performance of the High School's production of Rent has been cancelled, because of the impending snow storm, said Hoboken High School teacher Chris Munoz on Friday morning. "The kids are devastated," Munoz said. The shows that were scheduled for Saturday and Sunday will go on as planned. The Friday night show has been reschudeled for Sunday night at 7 p.m. It's not the first time weather is bothering this production. Because of Sandy, the set was delivered late and many weeks of rehearsal time were lost. The performances will be held at the Hoboken High School auditorium at 2 and 7 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
Performances are being held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the High School Auditorium.
Every day, before rehearsals start, the Hoboken High School cast of Rent stands around a piano, hands locked. After a warm up song, the students all share one bad thing ("I had an argument with someone," or "my grade was lower than expected") and one good thing (such as "I had a chicken parm for lunch and it was amazing" and understanding chemistry class") from that day. "The circle is meant to unify the cast for the day," said Theater Director Danielle Miller. " Within minutes after the circle, the students hop on stage and transform into their characters. "I don't look at this like a high school show," said Miller, adding that she wants this performance to be something the community will remember. Rent, the 1994 rock opera that centers …