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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
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)
Acting for scholarships
by Michelle Brooks | staff writer For students interested in attending college after high school, scholarships are one form of financial aid that can help reduce the cost of college tuition. These scholarships can be given for a variety of reasons (More)
One-act play \"The Cripple of Inishmaan\" excels to Regionals
The Cripple of Inishmaan competed it’s last show at One Act UIL for the regional competition, last Thursday, April 23. The shortened 40 minute version of the play, tells a dark story set in 1934 of “Cripple” Billy on his trying journey to escape the (More)
Movie star in our midst
by Audrey Payne | copy editor An actor has been hiding in our midst. Working as a substitute teacher and calling students “little brother” or “little sister,” David Mooney doesn’t speak much about his acting career, but he has many stories to tell (More)
Jags \'Bop to the Top\'
by Kirsten Kraus | feature editor Senior Carolyn Arnold sits in front of the piano, hands shaking. The lights begin to dim, as Arnold begins to play the opening chords for High School Musical. Before she knows it, the audience erupts in applause a (More)
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