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Theater Students and Faculty Prepare for Their Annual Play

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Class Production Flyer, posted around the school and on the school website.

Like they have for the past few years, the Theater class is preparing for their annual play. They have been rehearsing and practicing since the beginning of the year and are starting to feel prepared. 

Theater Class Instructor and Art Teacher, Erin Allen, tells how her class began to prepare early on. 

Early on we delve into the time period and situations of the characters. We watch a version of the production. Characters are assigned using auditions, and then we work to build our unique characters from the inside out – movement, voice, and costuming,” said Allen. 

The play, “Oliver Jr.”, will take place in the RCHS auditorium March 21, 22, and 23. On each of these days, the play will begin at 7 pm. The students are excited to perform it in front of a live audience. 

Allen also explains if she thinks the students will be prepared for the play. 

“I absolutely think they will be ready! The theater students this year are super committed and taking instruction beautifully. I can’t wait,” said Allen. 

Third year theater class student, junior Lena Greer, shares information about her role and her favorite part about the play. 

“I play Nancy and my favorite part about the play is working with my best friends and seeing the results from our hard work,” said Greer. 

Working hard and working together is so important during the preparation for the performance. 

Senior Bee Sacket, playing Mr. Bumble, gave us their favorite part about their role. 

“I play Mr. Bumble and my favorite part of the play is selling Oliver or locking her in a coffin,” said Sackett. 

These students have worked very hard to bring this amazing show together. Please be sure to come out and support them on the 21, 22, and 23.

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Grace Fleshman
Grace Fleshman, Reporter
Grace Fleshman is a junior and a second-year reporter on this year’s Prowler staff. After learning a lot last year about journalism, she decided to become the news editor. She is ready and excited for this new role. This year she wants to focus on meeting new people, especially freshmen, and expanding her knowledge of newsworthy events at RCHS. In her free time, Fleshman enjoys dancing at the Rockbridge Ballet and hanging out with friends. She is a reporter on the Executive Council SCA, and enjoys attending meetings and planning events to boost school spirit. You can usually find Fleshman listening to music, particularly Taylor Swift, watching a TV show or movie for the 50th time, dancing whenever she is bored, or eating snacks. Fleshman looks forward to continuing writing for the Prowler for her last two high school years and to do well in her other studies through college.  

Ella Cate Brown
Ella Cate Brown, Reporter
Sophomore reporter Ella Cate Brown is very excited to write some awesome articles this year. She has Type one Diabetes and is very proud and open about it. She spends her free time dancing in the Senior Company at The Rockbridge Ballet where she spends most of her afternoons working hard. When she's not dancing, she likes to spend her time either at the racetrack or helping her brother work on his racecar.  Brown also enjoys getting her brother to drive her to Cookout for a late night oreo milkshake. After high school she wants to become an engineer, but only after she finds a way to make her pancreas work again. 

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