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Bush Theater Holds Call-Backs for Fame Production
The Bush Theater reconvened holding call-backs for eager actors and actresses. The large cast of the Fame production offers many opportunities for budding thespians. (More)
Bush Theater: Backstage Pass
Attention Bulldogs, the theatre department will be having our spring show entitled "The Nifty-Fifty Malt Shop Murders" on Tuesday May 8th at 6:30pm in the Bush Cafeteria. Pre-sale tickets are being sold for $15.00. It's a murder mystery dinner theatr (More)
"Home Fires" Burns up the Stage as the Bush Theater's One-Act Play
The Bush Theater Department performed it's One-Act Play to a limited audience last week. Check out these behind the scene pics! (More)
A tale as old as time comes to Johnson's stage
By Elly Beauchamp | Staff Writer As students return to Johnson after the two week long break, Johnson theatre is preparing to premiere their show ‘Beauty and the Beast’ on Feb. 1, 2 and 3 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 4 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 for reserved (More)
Theater Students Pounce and Paw with Pet Tales
The Bush Theater department performed their Fall play, Pet Tales, last month with two lively performances. The first performance was for Stone Oak and Las Lomas kindergarten students while the second performance was for Bush students, faculty, family (More)
'Noises Off' kicks off production year
by Elly Beauchamp | staff writer As September comes to a close, the theatre department prepares to release their first production of the year, Noises Off. The show opens on Oct 5 and ends on Oct 8. Tickets are $10; they can be bought at lunches, a (More)
Poisoned Meatballs?
Kodie-Elise Sheriff interviews Ben Larson and Emiliano Caceres about the upcoming spring play called "Who Poisoned his Meatball?". In this interview, Emiliano and Ben share information on what the play is about, what roles they are playing, and an in (More)
If it's fall, it's Shakespeare for theatre productions
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Working 9 to 5
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Her Senior Year
The Bush Theater department performed their second play of the year with all proceeds benefitting cancer prevention. Her Senior Year was a one act play that chronicles the life and death of a student battling cancer. The students had two performances (More)
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