Dressed as zombies, Dejenis Mendez, a junior from Pleasantville, and Todja Hammie, a junior from the Farmington section of Egg Harbor Township, led the way in a dance performance to Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ as Leah Palmer, a junior from Pleasantville, sang on stage during Charter Tech High School for the Performing Arts' storm-delayed Halloween concert.
Jack Zoltek, a senior from Margate, played the drums to The Black Keys’ ‘Howlin' for You’ at the Halloween-themed show put on by students of Charter Tech High School for the Performing Arts.
Heain Kim, a junior from Somers Point, played the cello to 'Danse Macabre' by Camille Saint-Saens. Kim arranged her own cello music for the song.
Joseph Dobbins, a senior from Somers Point, played drums to Michael Jackson's 'Thriller.'
Students performed 'Devil Went Down to Georgia' by the Charlie Daniels Band, with Dominick Martino, a junior from Wildwood, leading in vocals and Heain Kim, a junior from Somers Point, playing the cello. Also shown from left are pianist Terrence Alexander, a senior from Somerdale, drummer Brant Vasquez, a senior from Ventnor, guitarist Kyle Carrier, a senior from Northfield, and bass guitarist Dan Aponte, a senior from Ventnor.
Alonzo Vazquez, a sophomore from Ventnor, left, and Trey Morris, a sophomore from the Bargaintown section of Egg Harbor Township, played 'Werewolves in London' by Warren Zevon.
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