Sarah Wilson, News Writer “Like a Family” With a cast of just seven people “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” is “like a family”. Kylie Hur, Junior, said due to the smaller cast, they “got close a lot faster”. With a smaller cast the rehearsal environment felt different from previous shows. “The rehearsal environment is very fun and relaxed. We all work very hard to … Continue reading Charlie Brown, more than a musical
By James Ahn, Editor-In-Chief “People love what other people are passionate about” – Mia With a Metacritic score of 93, La La Land is a force to be reckoned with. It’s stunning cinematography and colorful jazz are just a handful of reasons for why La La Land is a first-rate movie. La La Land’s seamless integration of a romantic comedy and a musical provide a … Continue reading La La Loved It
Sally Minseo Kim, News Writer Behind all the bright lights and fancy costumes in a production there are people backstage who help make it all possible. Ranging from props, makeup, costumes, lights, stage, and more. It is the tech crew’s job to go unnoticed by the audience to maintain the integrity of the performance, but this often leaves those involved in the production crew feeling unappreciated. … Continue reading The Unsung Heroes of Snow White and the Prince
By Justine Hong, Editor-in-Chief Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ Through catchy music, well-organized choreography, and humor, the cast of GSIS’ High School Musical Junior guided audiences through an hour-and-a-half long production that simply conveyed the high school experience. Interweaving themes of romance, identity, and personal growth, the cast skillfully sang and danced their hearts out to entertain and engage audiences. “But you can’t let … Continue reading We’re All in This Together: High School Musical Collaboratively Impresses Audiences
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