By Kayla Pickrell
The performance of “Thoroughly Modern Millie” was met with a packed house on opening weekend.
“Millie” is a musical about a small town girl trying to make it big in New York City in the early 1920s.
The play tackles the subjects of love versus money and human trafficking.
“It was thrilling to be part of the nearly sold-out house in the Guignol Theatre for the opening night,” Nancy Jones, chairman for the department of theater, said.
The live orchestra, which brought a feel of Broadway into the musical, sat in front of the stage.
The plot of the musical was seemingly simple throughout the performance, until the