By Melanie Rodriguez and Saimi Reyes, Sophomores
Electric- that’s how Mr. Arrison describes this past Saturday’s Madonna concert at the AAA. No one would have ever guessed that teachers have lives, too. Read the full interview:
Q: How did you become a fan of Madonna?
Arrison: I went to a private Christian middle school and Madonna was taboo because of songs like “Like a Prayer” and “Black Jesus,” so it brought out the rebel in me.
Q: What were best performances of the night?
Arrison: That's a DIFFICULT question: I would have to say “Illuminati.”
Q: What was your favorite outfit of the evening?
Arrison: I did not pay that close attention to the outfits, but probably the Matador.
Q: Rumor has it that she did not come out until 11 p.m. Is that true?
Arrison: Well, the tickets said 8 p.m. but she took the stage at 10:24 p.m., which was early for her.
Q: What would you rate the show?
It’s not a sit back concert; it was more of a theatrical production with lights, sets, costumes, etc. I liked that her daughter came onstage to sing Happy Birthday to her because it showed a personal side to her.
Q: Would you go again?
Arrison: I would definitely go again. I wanted to go back and see the Sunday night show; Ariana Grande was the guest artist. The Saturday night show had no artist besides DJ Khaled. It's worth the $250 for the cheap seats. (WOW ARRISON, YOU’RE A BIG SPENDER)