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Theater department prepares for devised theater and stand up comedy unit

Kruti Subbannavar March 2, 2021

According to theater department headtheater Jim Peterson, the theater classes will start preparing for their upcoming stand-up comedy and devised theater unit. Peterson said the stand-up comedy performance...

Theater Department on plans, upcoming events for second semester

Kruti Subbannavar January 19, 2021

The Theater Department has a number of things lined up for the upcoming semester. According to department head Jim Peterson, the upcoming semester will include the winter production of “Much Ado About...

Theater Department talks about plans after “Radio Mystery Plays”

Kruti Subbannavar November 24, 2020

The Theater Department is now gearing up for upcoming events after the “Radio Mystery Plays” on November 12-14. According to theater teacher Jim Peterson, students are getting ready for their Monologue...

Theater department getting ready for fall plays

Kruti Subbannavar November 8, 2020

The theater department is getting ready to perform the fall plays for 2020. According to theater department head Jim Peterson, the plays will include Radio Mysteries and Red Ribbon Plays. Peterson said...

Jack Sullivan, Reagan Nagel, Ella Owens and Theo Curtis rehearse for the Studio One Acts for this upcoming week. They star in the play called Regina Flector Wins the Science Fair directed by senior Muriel Mota Schaffer. Nagel plays Regina, Sullivan plays Bradley, Owens plays Tiffany and Curtis plays Sam.

Theater department to get ready for Studio One Acts

Kruti Subbannavar September 20, 2020

The Theater Department is gearing up for its first performance in Studio Theater Acts to be held on Sept. 24, 25 and 26 respectively. These acts will be held in the CHS Studio Theater and will take place...

Performer and sophomore Jack Ducat (right) and performer and senior Chase LaPlante (left) practice during rehearsal. Performers have three weeks less of rehearsal than they did for “The Little Mermaid.”

On the Edge of Tradition: CHS’ first fall musical aims to set new tradition

Ashwin Prasad September 21, 2018

Tonight, the performing arts department will embark on a new tradition with its first, of what it hopes to be annual, fall musical: “Edges.” This musical is a song cycle composed by American songwriting...

Kyle Barker explains what the Ambassadors will be working on for the beginning of the year. Barker discussed the upcoming fall concert and a choral conference they will be attending.

Ambassadors starts the busy year

Emily Carlisle September 4, 2018

Ambassadors, CHS’s top mixed competitive show choir began preparing for the year ahead during the summer when they went to a camp called Kirkwood in Wilmington, Ohio for their annual retreat. At Kirkwood,...

“The Little Mermaid” cast members practice a scene from the play. Jack Ducat, shown above riding the hoverboard, said he believes the modernization of the play allows for more possibilities for portraying the environment better while also giving the audience something different from past plays.

Under the Scene: Directors changing aspects of spring musical, create a modern take on the show

Karen Zhang April 20, 2018

This year’s spring musical will have CHS students going under the sea. On Aug. 7, 2017, the CHS Musical Twitter account announced this year’s musical was Disney’s “The Little Mermaid.” According...

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