Look at pictures from the annual Theatre Kickball game that was at Corinth elementary this year! The theme this year was superheroes. This year’s teams were Captain America, Iron man, spider man and Batman.
Watch day one here http://smeharbinger.net/featured/repertory-theatre-shows-day-one Watch day two here http://smeharbinger.net/featured/rep-theatre-show-day-two Watch day three http://smeharbinger.net/featured/rep-shows-day-three
Watch the performances of day two, April 26, of the Forensics Showcase.
StuCo organized this year’s Bunch of Bands on April 25 with Grey Notes, Gecko Named Terrance, Local Talk and Organized Mess playing.
Day three of Rep Shows consisted of Charlotte Nodarse’s “Kilo India Delta Zulu”, Olivia “Sassy” West’s “Only Time”, Jon Mytinger’s “Back to the Toaster” and Sophie Fields’s “Tour of Terror”.
The Rep theatre shows that were performed on April 23: Claudia Hudon’s “Cacti”, Mack Rehm’s “Teredo and the Voice”, Merit Christensen’s “Homeless is Where the Heart Is”, Ian Lee’s “Stan” and Malcolm Gibbs’s “Tend to It”.
The Repertory Theatre shows performed on April 22, were Claire MacLachlan’s “Don’t Call Me a Hero”, Emma Calvert’s “Dinner Date”, Jakob Pilman’s “Pavor: A Dark Comedy”, Hayley Johnston’s “Flowers on the Bridge” and Alex Ritchie’s “An Urn-est Friendship
Sophomore Akshay and Freshman Bhavish Dinakar start the Knee Hockey Club, which meets ever Wednesday in Mrs. Holder’s room.
Juniors Meghan Mohn and Ty Nanos convey their problems and successes from first learning how to write to deciding that they want to pursue writing as a career.
Junior Kamran Tavakolonia talks about his band and love for the drums.
Junior Chloe Sullivan sews for the Johnson County Christmas Bureau, and just received her Gold Award on Saturday, March 9
Freshman Maggie Brophy skates with passion like a phoenix.