Grauer Theatre Arts Presents "The Importance of Being Earnest"
Theatre Arts Presents "The Importance of Being Earnest"
From Erin Langen, Theatre Arts Director:
Congratulations to the Theatre Arts Department on their showcase of The Importance Of Being Earnest on May 30. The talented cast of student actors included Christian P. '19, Madeline N. '19, Cooper M. '19, Hannah W. '20, Grace T. '19, Jaden F. '21, Will B. '19, and Keegan H. '19, and they successfully produced all of their hard work on this play. We want to thank the Film Studies department for documenting the performance and the awesome audience of students, faculty, and parents for their support and laughs. Here’s to finishing a successful theatrical year, and we look forward to another creative year in 2019/2020!
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