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Talents of Theater: Shreya Ravi

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Deepa Ramesh
Shreya Ravi (‘24) is going to star as Judy in the Green Hope spring musical, 9 to 5. She strikes a pose in the chorus room where GH Theatre hosts many of their practices.

As the second semester commences, so does the preparation for the spring school musical: “9 to 5.” “9 to 5” is a 1980 film, and Green Hope Theatre will do a musical adaption of the film, set to take the stage in April from the 18th to the 20th. “9 to 5” explores the story of three female secretaries who decide to overthrow their sexist boss by abducting him and running the business themselves. “9 to 5” is a satire that touches on the prevalence of misogyny and sexism in the workplace, all while tying it together in a heartwarming comedic masterpiece. 

Shreya Ravi (‘24) is currently a senior at Green Hope and is a very active member in both theater and chorus. “9 to 5” will be her third production at Green Hope after playing Wednesday Addams in the 2022-2023 musical, The Addams Family, and Katherine Blake in the 2021-2022 musical, Freaky Friday. Ravi is an avid member of the GH Advanced Chorus as well as the NC Honors Chorus outside of school. Shreya is proud to play Judy in “9 to 5” and enjoys being a part of the GH Theatre community. 

“I’ve always loved singing, and it’s been a lifelong passion of mine ever since my mom put me in singing lessons when I was younger. When I first joined theater and became involved with the Green Hope musicals, I viewed it as another opportunity to sing, but theater is so much more than that. I love the community of people in theater, and everyone is so supportive of each other.”

Judy is a role that is out of Shreya’s comfort zone, but she hopes that playing this role will help her grow and expand as a vocalist. Through her artistic portrayals, Shreya hopes that she can inspire others to immerse themselves in the arts, as well as make personal connections to the message “9 to 5” seeks to convey. 

When asked about what aspect of the musical she is most excited about, Shreya expressed how thrilled she is to be able to begin having full rehearsals with all parts of the musical. “Right now we’re just doing vocal practices, but I’m always really excited for the full run-throughs where the entire thing is showcased. I love observing all the different components and seeing how they all come together in the production.” 

Shreya is excited to showcase the talents of GH Theatre through “9 to 5” this spring, and invites the entire Green Hope community to enjoy the show! 

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Deepa Ramesh, Staff Writer
Deepa is a senior at Green Hope, and this is her first year on the staff. Having a love for writing, Deepa wanted to get into journalism and explore where her writing could take her. Deepa is a part of the Green Hope Orchestra, playing the violin. In Deepa’s free time she enjoys running, spending time with friends, working with kids and dancing. Outside of school, she tutors elementary school students as well as leads neuroscience programs at elementary schools. She hopes to go to UNC-Chapel Hill to get a degree in Neuroscience to pursue a career in that field. Deepa is excited to be a part of the GH Falcon this year and hopes to share her work with the Green Hope community.
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