Northeast High School - Charger Yearbook (North Little Rock, AR)

 - Class of 1983

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SAY WHAT? - Billy Crocker and Moonface Martin, played by Tom Nelson and Todd Godwin, eaves- drqp on a passenger's conversation. Photo by Mark Donnell GENTLEMAN JIM - Mr. Whit- ney, played by jeff Seabaugh, carefully gives Mrs. Harcourt, played by Christy Hicks, the uonce over." Photo by Mark Donnell 18!Student Life COME SAIL AWAY - Bonnie, played by Monica Palko, befriends a group of sailors played by Rick Rebsamen, Wayne jesus, Brian Pol- leot, Kirk Rogers, and Tom Kieklak. Photo by Mark Donnell PRETTY BABY - Bonnie whispers sweet nothings to Moonface Martin. Photo by Mark Donnell

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sf vi ix.. r r tx? a The Matchmaker The Fall produc- tion of "The Match- maker" was a farce by Thorton Wilder that followed the antics of a female Davis Tremendous talent at Northeast, student technical director Amy Epperson. Many nights were spent by the crew building sets and painting scenery. The costumes had to be rented says. marriage broker played by Monica Palko, and Client, played by Tom Kieklak. "Preparation for the show took a long, hard six weeks, but it was all worth it,'i said director Carol Ann Davis. "The cast and crew were so enthusiastic, and they sacrificed many hours to make it a successfl Davis selected the play because "it offered a challenge to the student actorsf, "We have a tremendous amount of talent at Northeast," she said. "The play gave each student a chance to expand that talent and try new characterizations." But more goes into a production than meets the eye. Behind the scenes were technical director Steve Brown and his from ASU at Beebe. An extra touch was added by the costume com- mittee. Then there were lights and sound to be adjusted, not to mention make-up and props. Backstage was an exciting place to be with busy people running everywhere to help out. When the final curtain closed a variety of emotions swept over the cast and crew. They were proud of the standing ovation they had received and they felt a sense of accomplishment. "The feeling that comes over you after a performance cannot be matched," one actor said. "lt's a mixture of excitement, joy, and a touch of sadness that it all has to end. But there will always be the memories." - By Libbi Dixon a R swf TALL TALE -- Dolly Levi, played by Monica Palko, tells some interest- ing stories to Horace Vandergelder and Mrs. Molloy, played by Tom Kieklak and Christy Hicks. Photo by Mark Donnell BACKSTAGE BLUES - Gypsy Donald Hoffman waits backstage for his entrance while student director Libbi Dixon watches the play from the wings. Photo by Robert Miller. Q ...scii The Matchmakerfli'



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Anything Goes "Anything Goesf' a musical set in the 1930's aboard a cruise ship that involves lovers, gangsters, and evangelists, was the perfect choice for the spring musical because it provided an area never explored by the drama department. Carol Ann Davis, the director of the show, said the play was chosen because it was a "period piece" that had big production numbers with a lot of tap dancing. Also, the more mature generation would be attracted to it for the "oldie goldie" tunes. Tom Nelson, who played Billy Crocker in the show, said, "This musical was special because ofthe quality of people who worked on it. They made it a great show." Spring musical showcases big production numbers When asked if all the hard work was worth it Nelson said, "Anything that is worked on and sweated over certainly is." jeff Seabaugh, who portrayed Mr. Whitney, added, "Although it takes many weeks of long rehearsals, the end result is worth the practice. To see a show open with the professional qualities of a Northeast production makes an actor feel special." "Anything Goes" had a cast of close to sixty performers. Todd Godwin, who played the gangster Moonface Martin, said, "The bigger the cast, the better. With a large cast it seems like there is always someone to cheer you up when you're down." - By Libbi Dixon SEVENTH HEAVEN - Reno Sweeny, played by Wendy Ward, fcenter with suitcasej, is surrounded by her tap-dancing angels Lou Ann Grimmett, Liz Martin, Gina Forten- berry, Denise Maness, Beth Brady, Pam White, and Marla Hardwick. Photo by Mark Donnell Anything Goes!l9

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