Central High School Showcases Spring Play

By Cassie Knickrehm and Leah Emerson Central High School’s award-winning Drama department will be presenting their final play of the year on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of this week. The comedy The Man Who Came to Dinner features Ben Newman as Sheridan Whiteside, a man who goes to dinner at the Stanleys’ and brings turmoil to their lives. “The play is humorous in a witty … Continue reading Central High School Showcases Spring Play

Cobbler Capers Reveal Central’s Depth of Talent

By Ally Green The hit of the recent Cobbler Capers, was the advanced theatre & performance (ATP) class putting on a Miss America Pageant. This skit went on throughout the night between acts with hosts Lacy Thormalen and Richard Rigmaiden, Bailey Quade as Ms. Alaska, Matt Vidal as Ms. California, Kaleigh Crumb as Ms. Kansas, Brennan Brink as Ms. Hawaii, Max Frost as Ms. Maine, … Continue reading Cobbler Capers Reveal Central’s Depth of Talent

Cobblers Up Close: Lily Crooks

By Caroline Zakhari Lily Crooks joined the drama club at Central High School because she thought it would make high school fun. At least, that’s what her mom and other members of her family told her, and they were right. Her sophomore year, therefore, was particularly fun, as she was a part of three plays: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The One Acts, and Pinocchio. Not … Continue reading Cobblers Up Close: Lily Crooks

For Some Cobbler Actors, There Is No Off-season

By Sydnee Conroy and Sydney Engesser Often times people are sympathetic to the tough practice the football team had preparing for the big game, but they might easily forget to acknowledge the hours the drama students put in preparing for the big show. During a production, drama students will practice Monday through Friday late into the night, and one week before show-time they will conduct … Continue reading For Some Cobbler Actors, There Is No Off-season

Drama Club Wrapping Up Cuckoo Rehearsals

Story by: Tanner O’ Neil & Mr. Sheehy;  Photos by: Tony Sloat What most people don’t know about theatre is what hard work it is. Right now students are in the making of Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, a play adapted for the stage by Dale Wasserman. The play features a cast of 17 students and involves a production crew of 42. … Continue reading Drama Club Wrapping Up Cuckoo Rehearsals

Students’ Thoughts on “Sherlock Holmes” Auditions

by: Jacob Mobley As many people know, this week were the auditions for the Central High Theater production of Sherlock Holmes. The audition process can often be a long process and a couple of sleepless nights for those students waiting in anticipation. This year the auditions soared by in a great deal of excitement. After the normal auditions on Monday and Tuesday, I sat down with … Continue reading Students’ Thoughts on “Sherlock Holmes” Auditions