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Love triangle for the ages

Samantha Lamb, Staff writer September 9, 2022
The creeper in the basement and a viscount fall in love with a girl belonging to one of the least socially acceptable professions in all of France, causing three hangings, two shattered chandeliers, and one burnt down opera house. I love The Phantom of the Opera, and I have enjoyed listening to the soundtrack for as long as I can remember. I have seen it both as a play and as a movie. I love both, though each for different reasons.

Theatre department showcases talent in annual radio show

Ace Roueche January 21, 2022

For the last few years, the theatre department has performed a twist on a classic Christmas play by performing it as a radio show in the blue auditorium. This year’s theatre performance was “Yes,...

Center stage: Spotlight shines on theatre student

Ace Roueche October 20, 2021

The curtain rises. The lights shine down. The actors take their places and wait for their cue. Sophomore Asher Hinton has found a home in theatre and looks to continue honing his craft while making memories...

Thespians advance to national event in duet performance

Ron Toback-Wolf April 30, 2021

Every year, Texas theatre troupes head to the International Thespian Society Conference. At the conference, students from schools all over Texas come to compete in different areas in hopes of advancing...

Class act: Theatre troupe advances 18 students to Nationals

Owen Gibbs February 18, 2020

In June, the National Championship for theatre will be held in Bloomington, Indiana. All 18 students from Bryan High who competed in qualifying will advance to the National Championship. “It feels...

No Scrooges for Christmas: Students perform radio show at Queen Theatre

Ron Toback-Wolf December 3, 2019

It's a cold December afternoon in the 1940s. Kids are playing in the snow outside, you're bundled up in front of the fire with someone you love, and you decide to turn on the radio. When the static clears,...

All the world’s a stage: Senior to pursue acting career after high school

Shannon Keyser October 31, 2019

As the lights dim and the curtain closes, applause breaks out from around the theater, and one person stands, followed by another until the rest of the auditorium is in a standing ovation. For an actor,...

Senior refuses to let limitation hinder education, performances

Jaci Siegert October 11, 2019

Performing on-stage can be intimidating for any actor, but when that performance is complicated by another challenge, it can be even more so. Senior Trey Weltens takes it all in stride and has worked...

Murder mystery: Thespians perform improv whodunit

Megan Krenek November 27, 2017

Murder. A whodunit mystery presented by the theatre department shocked both the theatre group and the audience. Law and Hors d’oeuvres is an improv show put on by the thespian group in the Blue Bistro...

Trunk or Treat for Hurricane Relief

adviser October 24, 2017

Viking Theatre will host a trunk or treating event on Saturday, October 28 from 5-8 pm in the BHS Fine Arts parking lot. Admission = 5 canned goods per person Flier Information

OAP earns awards district, bi-district

adviser April 5, 2017

One Act Play advanced out of district to the bi-district in competition in Waco. Individual district awards: Technician Award - Chadney Ferguson Honorable Mention All-Star Cast - Alejandra Reyes All...

Into the theatre: Fine arts department unites to create musical production

Lucy Raleigh March 1, 2017

The curtain rises as all the hours of work, tears, and nerves culminate in this single moment. The Narrator begins the story: "Once upon a time in a far off kingdom", and the stage comes to life transporting...

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