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Senior PALS Spring Theatre Production: Little Shop of Horrors
The PALS Children’s Chorus is an independent non-profit organization, in residence at the W. H. Lincoln School in Brookline, MA. PALS was founded by Artistic Director Emerita, Johanna Hill Simpson, in 1989. Their name came from the acronym “Performing Artists at Lincoln School.” PALS now serves students from all seven Brookline K-8 schools, as well as other private and public schools all over the Boston area
Performing in Senior PALS is the pinnacle of a chorister’s PALS career. Senior PALS is made up of 35-45 children ages 9-14.
More About Lincoln School
Originally located in the still-standing school building overlooking Route 9, the William H. Lincoln School moved to its new home on Kennard Road in 1994 and now serves nearly 500 students, primarily from the Pill Hill and Whiskey Point neighborhoods.
The schools offers a wide variety of extracurricular activities and holds regular family events throughout the year. The Brookline Early Education Program runs pre-kindergarten classes at the school as well.
Timothy McGillicuddy is the school's principal.