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Catching Up with the Cast

Catching Up with the Cast

Kendall White

May 16, 2017

This year’s spring musical “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,” a dramatic and complicated play by any standard, debuted in Spaulding Auditorium on April 27. We caught up with a few of the principal players to ask them about their experiences in the show, including their favorite parts...

The Performance of “Picnic”

The Performance of “Picnic”

January 28, 2017

Last weekend, Laguna Blanca School’s Theatre Arts Department proudly presented three performances of the Pulitzer Prize winning play Picnic, by William Inge. Theatre Director Dana Caldwell expresses her appreciation to the cast, crew, production team, and LBS community -- "Thank you for coming out to ...

25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

June 11, 2014

Fresh, funny, and fetching: the Laguna Blanca spring musical, The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee, was a winsome production. Premiering Wednesday evening the show ran from the April 23 through April 26. “Charles Donelan had originally planted the seed in my head that it would be a great fit for Laguna: in...

Students Run a Musical in the Mushroom Kingdom

October 30, 2012

They have gone thrift-store shopping, drilled together a stable wooden set, and run around Kid’s World playground in video game character costumes for most of their summer. The cast members of “Shadows: An Original Musical” got to showcase all of their hard work and play in a musical on August 1...

Review: National Tour of Young Frankenstein at the Granada

May 3, 2012

By Guest Writer Cameron Platt: The Broadway musical’s most common function is, simply enough, to entertain. True, the American musical has often extended into elevated intellectual and artistic territory, but its core remains in the standard comedy—Broadway’sone consistent offering as fads ebb...

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