Grauer High School Originals Café Night
At the Originals Café Night event on Thursday, March 28, Grauer High School students presented a showcase of the special projects they've been working on in their elective classes throughout the year. We're very proud that all of the content for this annual event comes from the students themselves.
The evening began with an Art Reception, where Grauer Visual Arts teacher Johnny King and his Visual Arts students presented their artwork. After the Art Reception, the Performing Arts department presented original musical and theatre performances. The music performances were written and performed by students from Isaac Langen, Tom Hopper, and Jake Kelsoe's Music classes. Dramatic scenes and monologues were written, directed, and performed by students from Erin Langen's Drama classes. Creative writing pieces were written by students from Christina Burress' Creative Writing class.
Congratulations to all of our talented High School artists, performers, and directors for a great evening!
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