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In it for the drama

In it for the drama

Rachel Giaquinto, Staff Reporter

October 11, 2019

The loud music silences the students as fog fills the stage. A wrestling announcer voice booms over the speakers welcoming the 2019-2020 Drama Board on stage for the first drama club meeting of the year. The meeting had been in the works since August when the board did their first official meeting of...

After-School in the Theatre

Zoe Bison, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2015

Sunday in the Park with George stands out from all other musicals performed at Palm Harbor University. “The musical is about the artist Georges Seurat from France, and him making his painting, ‘A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte’ over a two year span. Act 1 is about George a...

Adams Family Musical

Cassidy White, Staff Reporter

March 19, 2015

  The spring school musical for 2015 is The Adam’s Family. The iconic and gloomy Wednesday Adams begins to blossom into a girly girl after meeting a boy. Her family disagrees with her change in personality. The auditions for The Adams Family play were on Feb 2 and 4. There are many differen...

Project: Shattered Silence premieres on WEDU

Project: Shattered Silence premieres on WEDU

Mrs. Judy Cannaday, Journalism Advisor

January 30, 2014

Project: Shattered Silence (P: SS) features the real-life experiences of young people in our community, told in their own voices. It caught the attention of our PBS affiliate, WEDU, who jumped on board to document the process of creating P: SS start to finish. The documentary will bring the project...

Going out with a bang

Going out with a bang

Zoe Jones, Kendall McIntosh, and Miranda Sears

January 30, 2014

For the seventh and final time, Mr. Howard takes drama Troupe 5590 to States.  After this year, Mr. Howard plans to retire and travel the United States and Canada with his wife. “It’s official, we bought the RV last weekend,” Mrs. Howard said. However, before he retires, there is much preparation...

Urinetown Hype

Urinetown Hype

Josephine Hackett and Katelyn Neller

October 31, 2013

    Hilarious, captivating, unique, enormous, the best musical around. These are words that have been circulating around the corridors of PHUHS with the highly anticipated showings of Urinetown the Musical run by the Drama Department along with Graham Howard.     Urinetown will have three showings, fro...

Lip Sync Show: A performance to remember

Katelyn Neller and Josephine Hackett

October 18, 2013

    The lights went dim, a hush fell over the audience. Josh Perlin and Tim Hart, both IB seniors, took the stage for what would be their last Lip Sync Show at PHUHS.     On October 4th, at 7:00pm students gathered in the PHUHS auditorium for a show they wouldn’t soon forget. The PHUHS Drama ...

Lip sync auditions

Josephine Hackett, Staff Reporter

September 25, 2013

The Lip Sync Auditions are currently going on in the Auditorium from September 25th to the 26th right after school. Anyone is allowed to audition as long as you attend PHUHS, your act contains appropriate material, costumes, and your act has no members jumping off the stage. “The Lip Sync show is a great oppo...

Into the one-acts

Kara Condie, Emily Huntley, and Stephan Vlachos

April 15, 2013

The drama club is performing their one-acts in late April. They have been hard at work finishing up their last play, Into the Woods, and are quickly moving on to the next step in the theatrical cycle. Into the Woods has set high expectations for the new performances. The first play has advanced to t...

What lies beneath must be revealed

Kaydee Kilgore, Contributing Writer

February 25, 2013

Got a secret?  Can you keep it?  Well, I can’t keep this secret any longer.  Pretty Little Liars is a guilty addiction to teenage girls across America.  The mystery TV series captivates their viewers’ minds every week by using plot twists and suspense in their episodes to keep the audience on...

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