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May 23, 2008

TheatreWings End of Year Party

Filed under: Back Stage Blog — julianw @ 3:09 pm


On Friday May 9th the TheatreWings Program held its end of year party. It is one of the few times in the year when we can get everyone in the program together. Earlier in the week, the students asked if it would be possible to set up a big screen in the shop where the party was going to be held because they really wanted to play Guitar Hero 3 for the Wii on a big screen. It took a little working out, and a trial run the night before thanks to Jason, Mea, Angie and CJ (the great group of scene shop volunteers). We fulfilled their wishes, and they played like rock stars! Special Thanks to Alex Corsaro a senior in the program for bringing in her system and game. Each brought their own favorite party food to share with their friends and everyone had a great time. Beth Regalbuto, a junior, brought a batch of her special home made bubble juice and Taylor Wentworth and Jamie Bellah decided to see who could make the biggest bubble. Towards the end of the festivities, the staff presented each student with a T-shirt and a fun and memorable superlative in honor of the work they had done this season. At the end of the presentation, we awarded the TheatreWings Scholarship to 2 of our graduating seniors this year, Alex Corsaro and Heather Jones. This Scholarship is a $100 award to be used for the purchase of books and supplies. We award this scholarship each year to a student who has shown amazing skill in all areas of theatre, has been a participant in the program for at least 3 years and is planning to continue with their theatre education in college. After the presentation we took a TheatreWings group picture and then resumed the fun. These are an amazing group of young people and we would not be able to do the shows we do without them. Thank you Theatre Wings for all that you do.

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