Learn all about the the upcoming fall play in this preview of SME theatre’s production of The Children’s Hour.
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On Friday Oct. 25th, members of the SME theatre department went to the Louisburg Cider Mill where they took part in activities such as drinking cider, exploring the corn maze, and going down the slides.
The theme of this year’s Musical Revue was “Singer/Songwriters”, featuring songs from artists ranging from Adele to Elton John to Sade.
View a gallery from the 2013 Musical Revue with the theme of “Singer-Songwriters”. The show was held on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday nights this past week.
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 the Repertory Theatre one-act shows here.
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 Jamie Leonard and Maddie Rowe’s frequent friday, “Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog”.
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
Freshman Peregrine Belding discovered a love for theatre at a young age. When he was in eighth grade, he finally received a lead role in a musical, starring in “All Shook Up.” Through various other experiences and camps, Belding has grown as an actor and as a person. His love for theatre has now led him to help direct the Indian Hills Middle School musical and pass down his knowledge to younger generations.