By Ginny PrivitarCHESTER — The joint will be jumping.On Friday, April 1, and Saturday, April 2, the Chester Academy Drama Club will present “Fame the Musical."It turns out that the actors can really relate to the Performing Arts High School students they portray. And they have the talent to match.Actor Caroline Holton, a junior, plays Grace "Lamb Chop” Lamb."I feel like her character speaks out to me because Grace is the type of person who’s pop-punk/punk rock," said Caroline. "She always wants to be the best, and I feel like I relate to that character because of the way she dresses. She wears Pink Floyd T-shirts, and I have a whole bunch of those.”Caroline has been in the drama club since seventh grade.“It’s just been so much fun," she said. "You get to interact with people who you don’t normally talk to and we all come together, basically like a family.”The only difficult part was getting over stage fright at the audition, she said. Olivia Sambataro, a sophomore, and a new transfer student this year from Greenwood Lake, plays Serena Katz.“She’s the nerd in the play," said Olivia. "She’s kind of shy, but she does have a big personality, and I feel I kind of relate to her like that because I’m usually really shy. I really enjoy playing this part a lot.”Olivia said that even though Serena is shy, "there’s moments where she’s really big, and I feel like I have to get used to opening up that much to people I’ve just met — I think that’s the hardest part.”Olivia has a beautiful voice, which is on display in a solo performance.