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With the NEISD board’s decision finalized, Lee students are now faced with the challenge of coming up with a new name for their school.
This will be the first time a regional or school theater has performed Phantom of the Opera since its rights became available in 2010.
Every year the Joci Awards Scholarship Competition hosts “rising stars” from area high schools on stage at the Empire Theatre to compete for the prestigious performance art awards sponsored by the Las Casas Foundation.
The story of a rural Spanish community’s collision with tradition will come to life this week in a theatre drama at North East School of the Arts (NESA). Aspiring young actors, dancers and musicians have been working for several months with Director Chloe Treat on a production of Federico García Lorca’s “Blood Wedding.”
The 1932 Spanish classic tragedy of ritual gone wrong explores the riveting story of a young woman who flees her wedding to run away with the son of a rival family, uncovering themes of deep-seated conflict between nature and human relationship in the midst of decaying cultural constructs.