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Page 121 text:
Stage Manager........... T. Poskozim
Dr. Gibbs .............. J. Rozenberg
Joe Crowell ............... K. Doyle
Howie Newsome ............. R. Jones
Mrs. Gibbs ............. J. Schluter
Mrs. Webb............... L. Moorman
George Gibbs ........... P. Thissen
Rebecca Gibbs.............. A. Daly
Wally Webb ............. M. Adamek
Mrs. Soames J.A. Carroll
Si Crowell K. Doyle
Page 120 text:
The stage curtain will never rise, nor will the curtain fall when the play is over. What is on stage is simplicity in the truest form, life. Peoples lives: people like you and me. People with pain, happiness and loneliness.
This is Thorton Wilder's Our Town. Directed by Greg Sawyer, and expresses by a cast of Holy Angels' most promising actors.
When Our Town is read or seen on stage the obvious is mistook by dry realism. But when one has left the theater or finished the final act. a sense of renewed loneliness fills the hearts of the curious with ignored everyday joy.
The role of each actor is a dream, for the actor is the focal point. However on the end the character he she plays might be the most challenging role. For the actor undoubtedly will see a bit of themselves in their role. So in a phrase, the actor is alone and open to the criticism of the mashed audience.
Our Town’s cast had a wonderful time, and once more, the play was a great success.
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On October 4. 1983, AHA students, faculty, and friends supported the school on the Marathon for Non-Public Education.
The total amount of money collected topped previous years. The school brought in $30,177.00. The money granted all the students a free day for their great effort.
Each class surpassed 100% of their goal, however, the junior class collected the most money of the four grades.
Trea Holman, a freshman, brought in over $300.00. Sophomore. Jenny Berg, collected over $300.00 too. Paul Couil-lard led the juniors with $179.00. Ann Heitzman topped all other seniors with $272.00.
Dave DeWitt and his fiance will have a honeymoon, because he won the trip to Las Vegas. The overall school interest made this year's marathon a record breaker!
D. Biedron and C. Flynn discuss strategy for their bike ride.
Sophomore bikers pan for the camera.
Nate shows those pearly whites!
Dr. Giesen giyc, s. Hanley and Mr. Bartlett lips for their twelve mile hike while Mr. Karison listens in.
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