The Chant

The NC Standing Ovation hosts their One Act show, Digging Up the Boys. One can find the $5 tickets available at the door of the PAC at 7pm today. Dig up some of the boys and enjoy NC’s talented cast and crew while they reenact a short drama by Laura Lundren Smith.

Digging Up the Boys

Lorenzo Alacron, Staff
October 24, 2019
With opening night in only a matter of hours, NC Standing Ovation anxiously awaits to open the doors and showcase Shrek the Musical. The cast will sell tickets at the door for $10, and they anticipate them to sell out fast. Other show dates include Friday, April 26 (7 p.m.)and Saturday, April 27 (7 p.m. and 3 p.m.). 
“The show is going to be really great. Everyone has put in a lot of work, and I can’t wait to watch it all come together with the audience,” sophomore Kai Morgan said.

See you at the swamp!

Jayden Stabler, Sports Editor
April 25, 2019
Shrek’s hut, used for the NC Theatre Department’s upcoming performance of Shrek The Musical, lays in the back of the stage. As the main set for the play, the majority of the student performers will play out their roles around this locale. First performed in 2008, seven years after the animated movie released, Shrek The Musical retells the events of the film (and the 1990 book it adapts), but with additional backstory for Shrek and Fiona. The NC production will essentially serve as a retelling of the original, with no notable difference.

Shrek sighting at NC!

Ashu Ebot-Tabi, Photographer and Reporter
April 19, 2019
Junior Niara Minnifield helps distribute posters for the Junie B. Jones Musical, which the theater program will perform from January 24-26. The show will take place at NC’s newly constructed Performance Art Center for only $10. The show will begin at 7:00 p.m. ,and doors will open half an hour before showtime for audience members to find their perfect seat to watch the awe-inspiring performance.

Are you coming to see the show?

Maddie Dean, Reporter, Photographer
January 24, 2019
To commemorate the heros that shaped America, NC celebrated with a breakfast and assembly in the auditorium, inviting veterans in the community. Banners around the room consisted of historical information to show the background of the veterans. Chrous and orchestra performed patriotic songs for the audience and veterans. “I went with Dr. Reagan’s class, and I thought it was so sweet and nice to celebrate Veteran’s Day here at NC. I would love to go next year and learn more about the veterans here in the community” junior Elizabeth Steel said.

We thank you for your service

Nati Duron, Photographer, Videographer
November 9, 2018
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