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Sam Eytalis (Last person on the right) stands with other actors in their costumes for the UIL show.

Q/A with theatre student Sam Eytalis

Mandy Huynh, Editor-in-Chief April 14, 2020

After receiving the chance to move on to bi-district, the theatre department was met with some devastating, but predictable news about one-act play.  Due to the virus, the competitions have been pushed...

Battle of the Arts 3 : Applied vs Performing

Battle of the Arts 3 : Applied vs Performing

Applied : To be put to practical use as opposed to being theoretical.
Jacob H. Wooten, Reporter, Website Manager January 27, 2017
This is for scientific purposes. Not research. Lol.
 Feeling frustrated and confused Caesar (senior, Cameron Sonsini) “puts his foot down” denying Cimber's (sophomore Celia Horwitz, not shown in this picture) repeal to free her brother from banishment. Caesar feels frustrated and confused because of all the conspirators begging him to grant Cimber’s wish. In addition, theatre is sometimes over-looked and under appreciated from time to time and can be “very hectic from a day-to-day basis  and there is the occasional argument.” Cameron said. “Not many people even know we advanced to the state competition last year in UIL and we work 16 hours a week not including class time- but at the end of the day, they are still my family.”

Theater Presents Post-Apocalyptic Caesar

Jaycee Walden, Photographer February 16, 2015

Junior Emily Frerich as Mark Antony reads the will of Julius Caesar to the townspeople

Hail Caesar! Hail Caesar! Hail Caesar!

Theater Students Perform Julius Caesar Post-Apocalyptic Style
Emily Carroll, Co-editor February 13, 2015

It is a Wednesday afternoon. The theater is empty. The house lights dance around the room as cast members fill the aisles with flower petals. Caesar is coming! He’s coming! Caesar is coming! It’s...

In a scene after Julius Caesaris killed Marc Antony  explains that Caesar loved the people and shouldn't have died in vain. Julieus Caesar is played by Cameron Sonsini, Marc Antonoy by Emily Frerich and Tori Chaney plays a soldier. The play opens tonight and runs through the weekend and on Tuesday.

Mainstage Play Starts Tonight

Emily Carroll, Co-Editor January 16, 2015

It is a Wednesday afternoon. The theater is empty. The house lights dance around the room as cast members fill the aisles with flower petals. Caesar is coming! He’s coming! Caesar is coming! It’s...

Photo by: Kylie Dougherty

Lethal Theatrics

Raiders discuss Radium Girls production
Alexa Vincent, Reporter March 6, 2014

A final tug on his silky white suit prepares sophomore Jayce Russell for his entrance. He positions himself onto the edge of the step so he doesn’t come in late. The entire auditorium is an inky...

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