Friday, April 29, 2016

How Charming!

Since returning from Spring Break, the Arts Track has been hard at work prepping for the talent show, specifically for the one-act play, Charming!, that they will be performing.  Today was the first rehearsal completely off script, and the kids did so well.  While there's still a lot of preparation needed, they are going to have stellar performances.

Performance Information:

School Performance of Charming! will be on Tuesday, May 17th, at 2:15 PM in the CFHS Cafeteria.  The student body will see the play for the first time, and parents, friends, and community members are encouraged to attend.  There is no admittance cost. NOTE: The play will not be performed during the talent show because two of our leads will be at Track State on May 20th, the day of the talent show.

CFHS Third Annual Talent Show will be on Friday, May 20th, at approximately 1:30 PM (exact time will be announced closer to the date) in the CFHS Cafeteria.  All of the tracks will be doing a presentation, as well as individual and group acts.  Parents, friends, and community members are encouraged to attend.  There is no admittance cost.

Below are some pictures from today's rehearsal.  Next Thursday will be a track day, and the Arts Track will be traveling to Spokane to go to the Museum of Arts and Culture and to the Broadway show Newsies.  We are so thankful to the Panhandle Alliance for Education (PAFE) and Showkidz! for providing the funds for us to do this at no cost to the students.  Pictures of our trip will be posted next week!
Jerrica, Davalynn, Cicorra, and Hannah plan their dastardly deeds as members of the Wicked Stepmother's Association

Eliska is thrilled by Prince Charming (Emily) paying her attention, while Catherine looks on.

Cicorra, Jerrica, and Davalynn list their wicked deeds

Evan laments his lack of sleep due to a pea in his mattress, while Lia serves as his long-suffering lady-in-waiting.  Brian plays Candyland in the background.

Lily thanks the prince (Emily) for saving her once again

Nona serves as the faithful, but spunky, narrator to this fairy tale.