CoSA’s Spring Musical: “Mamma Mia!” – High energy songs and uplifting story

Musical theater returns to the stage at Coronado High School with the Spring 2022 performance of the popular Coronado School of the Arts (CoSA) musical Mom Mia. An uplifting story, high-energy songs, and stellar dancing make Mom Mia a captivating spectacle for all ages.

Mom Mia is a fictional and humorous story about Sophie, a young woman who marries her fiancé Sky on a small Greek island. Sophie dreams of having her biological father at the wedding, but her mother Donna does not know who the father is. Sophie reads her mother’s diary and secretly invites the three men who could be her father to the wedding in an attempt to find out which one her father is. The three potential fathers include an Irish-American architect, Sam, a Swedish adventurer and writer, Bill, and a British banker, Harry. Sophie spends time getting to know each of the men who could be her father and enjoying the company of the other wedding guests. The musical performances include many memorable songs from popular Swedish pop group ABBA to depict the comedic events leading up to and including a surprise at the wedding ceremony.

Declan Dineen in Sky and Nina Pierce in Sophie. Photo by Manuel Rotenberg.

The talented COSA students are eager for the community to enjoy the production of Mom Mia. Cast members include:

Sophie Sheridan is portrayed by Nina Pierce.

Nina Pierce

Donna Sheridan is portrayed by Kendall Beccera.

Kendall Beccera

Sky is played by Declan Dineen.

Declan Dinen

Sam Carmichael is played by Nick Toscano.

Nick Toscano

Bill Austin is played by Gavin Miller.

Gavin Miller

Harry Bright is played by Quin King.

Quin King

Mom Mia is led by the president of the Conservatory of Musical Theater and Drama, Dr. Barbara Wolf, and musical direction is provided by San Diego theater performer, David McBean.

After three performances last weekend, two more performances will take place this weekend at the Coronado Performing Arts Center Main Stage located at 650 D Avenue on April 29 and 30 at 7 p.m. Wearing a mask in public is encouraged but not mandatory. Tickets can be purchased online at www.cosafoundation.org or at the theater box office 45 minutes before the performance.

CHS student Marlie Meoni attended the show last weekend and said, “I absolutely loved watching Mama Mia! It’s one of my favorite musicals, and I’m so glad CoSA chose to play it! It was so fun to see all my friends on stage playing the roles of my favorite characters!



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