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Much Ado About Nothing 14 viewsWhen ORR High School students Ian Hibbert and Jeremy Bare walked out onto the stage in longhaired wigs and skirts, the crowd burst into laughter. Twenty-one students from English teacher Kathleen Brunelle’s Theater class performed Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on May 22. The performance had a different spin on the original play, the setting being post-World War II, with accompanying music by the Andrews Sisters that, along with period clothing and costumes, brought the play to life. By Jean Perry
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Much Ado About Nothing 13 viewsWhen ORR High School students Ian Hibbert and Jeremy Bare walked out onto the stage in longhaired wigs and skirts, the crowd burst into laughter. Twenty-one students from English teacher Kathleen Brunelle’s Theater class performed Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on May 22. The performance had a different spin on the original play, the setting being post-World War II, with accompanying music by the Andrews Sisters that, along with period clothing and costumes, brought the play to life. By Jean Perry
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Much Ado About Nothing 6 viewsWhen ORR High School students Ian Hibbert and Jeremy Bare walked out onto the stage in longhaired wigs and skirts, the crowd burst into laughter. Twenty-one students from English teacher Kathleen Brunelle’s Theater class performed Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on May 22. The performance had a different spin on the original play, the setting being post-World War II, with accompanying music by the Andrews Sisters that, along with period clothing and costumes, brought the play to life. By Jean Perry
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Much Ado About Nothing 9 viewsWhen ORR High School students Ian Hibbert and Jeremy Bare walked out onto the stage in longhaired wigs and skirts, the crowd burst into laughter. Twenty-one students from English teacher Kathleen Brunelle’s Theater class performed Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on May 22. The performance had a different spin on the original play, the setting being post-World War II, with accompanying music by the Andrews Sisters that, along with period clothing and costumes, brought the play to life. By Jean Perry
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Much Ado About Nothing 12 viewsWhen ORR High School students Ian Hibbert and Jeremy Bare walked out onto the stage in longhaired wigs and skirts, the crowd burst into laughter. Twenty-one students from English teacher Kathleen Brunelle’s Theater class performed Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on May 22. The performance had a different spin on the original play, the setting being post-World War II, with accompanying music by the Andrews Sisters that, along with period clothing and costumes, brought the play to life. By Jean Perry
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Much Ado About Nothing 12 viewsWhen ORR High School students Ian Hibbert and Jeremy Bare walked out onto the stage in longhaired wigs and skirts, the crowd burst into laughter. Twenty-one students from English teacher Kathleen Brunelle’s Theater class performed Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on May 22. The performance had a different spin on the original play, the setting being post-World War II, with accompanying music by the Andrews Sisters that, along with period clothing and costumes, brought the play to life. By Jean Perry
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FORM Concert17 viewsORRHS Music Director, Michael Barnicle presented several awards to outstanding seniors in the music program. Those recipients were: Chorus Award/Justin Smilan; John Philip Sousa Band Award/Keren Satkin; Louis Armstrong Jazz Band Award/Matthew Pereira; and ORR Music Director’s Awards/ Brittany Hotte, and Paige Santos. Photo by Marilou Newell
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FORM Concert14 viewsORRHS Music Director, Michael Barnicle presented several awards to outstanding seniors in the music program. Those recipients were: Chorus Award/Justin Smilan; John Philip Sousa Band Award/Keren Satkin; Louis Armstrong Jazz Band Award/Matthew Pereira; and ORR Music Director’s Awards/ Brittany Hotte, and Paige Santos. Photo by Marilou Newell
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FORM Concert13 viewsORRHS Music Director, Michael Barnicle presented several awards to outstanding seniors in the music program. Those recipients were: Chorus Award/Justin Smilan; John Philip Sousa Band Award/Keren Satkin; Louis Armstrong Jazz Band Award/Matthew Pereira; and ORR Music Director’s Awards/ Brittany Hotte, and Paige Santos. Photo by Marilou Newell
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FORM Concert15 viewsORRHS Music Director, Michael Barnicle presented several awards to outstanding seniors in the music program. Those recipients were: Chorus Award/Justin Smilan; John Philip Sousa Band Award/Keren Satkin; Louis Armstrong Jazz Band Award/Matthew Pereira; and ORR Music Director’s Awards/ Brittany Hotte, and Paige Santos. Photo by Marilou Newell
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FORM Concert12 viewsORRHS Music Director, Michael Barnicle presented several awards to outstanding seniors in the music program. Those recipients were: Chorus Award/Justin Smilan; John Philip Sousa Band Award/Keren Satkin; Louis Armstrong Jazz Band Award/Matthew Pereira; and ORR Music Director’s Awards/ Brittany Hotte, and Paige Santos. Photo by Marilou Newell
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FORM Concert13 viewsORRHS Music Director, Michael Barnicle presented several awards to outstanding seniors in the music program. Those recipients were: Chorus Award/Justin Smilan; John Philip Sousa Band Award/Keren Satkin; Louis Armstrong Jazz Band Award/Matthew Pereira; and ORR Music Director’s Awards/ Brittany Hotte, and Paige Santos. Photo by Marilou Newell
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