If you failed to see one of the GLHS Theater Department's productions of Godspell before the Binge Crew left for Edinburg, Scotland, in July, you undoubtedly missed the best performance our high school has produced in the 18 years my family has lived in Gahanna.

To the Editor:

If you failed to see one of the GLHS Theater Department's productions of Godspell before the Binge Crew left for Edinburg, Scotland, in July, you undoubtedly missed the best performance our high school has produced in the 18 years my family has lived in Gahanna.

Mind you, I am no expert. However, I do have a father, grandparents, siblings, uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces, nephews, three adult children of my own (GLHS classes of 2001, 2005 and 2009) who are either professional or varying stages of amateur musicians and performers. So I know a bit of what I speak.

Binge Crew and the support crew were amazing. I have never been brought to unashamedly public tears of complete awe, pride and entertainment. They had me at the first word.

But you don't have to take only my word for it; ask my eldest son, my date that night, Councilman Ryan Jolley. Thanks go to Mrs. Cindi Macioci and all of her outstanding students for a beyond-enjoyable evening.

Gahanna, in order for our schools and our community to continue in the above referenced mode and go beyond, and in which we all, no doubt, want our hometown to, we must all vote yes on the city income-tax issue in November. Do not let our children, our property values, our business owners, each other, down. I, personally, want better. I chose to live in Gahanna, not Reynoldsburg, Whitehall or Westerville, for a reason.

Laura Polster Jolley
Gahanna