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North’s Theatre Dept. Holds Auditions for the New Musical, Big Fish

Three students acting and reading the script in the final auditions.

Genna Gunter, Staff Writer

December 10, 2019

  The NFHS drama department will be performing the play “Big Fish” in the upcoming spring. “Big Fish” is about a son and a father trying to fix their relationship. The father has told the son stories his whole life, and now the boy has to try and sort it all out as he starts his o...

Wizard of Oz

: The Wizard of Oz is coming to theater Wednesday, March 25 at 7:00 PM. The show will be performed six times, so do not miss your opportunity to join in tradition. Tickets are going quickly and may sell out soon!

Perri Rabbitt, Staff Writer

March 27, 2015

Grab some friends and follow the yellow brick road to the Performing Arts Center to see “The Wizard of Oz.” You will be absolutely blown away by the talent, music, children as Munchkins, and special flying effects. North Forsyth puts on “The Wizard of Oz” once every four years, so don not miss...

“Catch Me If You Can” the Musical

Photo used with permission from David John Torrento Photography.

David Torrento, Community Contributor

December 11, 2014

The North Forsyth Drama Department concluded their 2014 Fall stage production of "Catch Me If You Can" the musical. The show is based on the Dream Works Motion picture of the same name and from the book by Terrance McNally.  The NFHS stage production was under the direction of Ms. Mary Hayes Ernst...

Catch Me if You Can is “Live in Living Color!”

: Pictured above, choreographer Jamie Summerour adds the final touches to the number “Goodbye”. While Frank belts his big solo, the ensemble gestures to him silently as a ghostly remembrance of the events of the show.

Hannah Manikowski, EditorialsEditor

December 2, 2014

The dates for North Forsyth theatre department’s first full-length musical of the year are quickly approaching. December 4th through 6th, Catch Me if You Can will appear “live in living color” on the NFHS stage, and, as a member of Troupe 5368, I can promise this is not a show to skip. Catc...

All Shook Up With Burning Love

Cindy Grant captures lead Jason Gardner singing the Elvis Presley classic “C’mon Everybody” surrounded by the Town’s People in Wednesday’s breathtaking performance of All Shook Up! Cindy Grant has given permission to use this photo.

Perri Rabbitt, Staff Writer

April 17, 2014

As Wednesday, April 16 through Saturday, April 19th approach the North Forsyth cast and crew of All Shook Up eagerly await to perform the show they have been rehearsing since January. All Shook Up is a Broadway production based off of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and is set in the 1950s with a soun...

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