The Voice

‘Mirror, Mirror’ is not the fairest of them all

Ashley Knipp

May 6, 2012

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  If she wanted to stay the most beautiful woman in the land, Snow would have to do what Snow does best. Snow would have to fall. The evil queen and stepmother (Julia Roberts) narrates the opening of the typical cartoon repr...

One Direction’s journey to the top of the charts

Omo Tseumah

May 6, 2012

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One Direction is the newest sensation sweeping the nation. Like Justin Bieber and the Jonas Brothers before him, they have found a way to gain the admiration of a huge teenage fandom. The band consists of five members r...

School’s theatre program shows off talent in ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’

Kayla Garcia

May 6, 2012

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On the weekends of April the 20 and the 27, the performing arts presented the musical “The Drowsy Chaperone,” a spoof on 1920s American theater. A representation of Jazz Age musicals, it is a “musical within a comedy” a...

CYT performs Aladdin in HHS’s Performing Arts Center

February 21, 2012

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CYT's Aladdin is now showing at the theatre near you - at Huntley's very own PAC. The show made its debut last weekend starring Huntley formers, Sean and Jon Tlapek, as Aladdin and a Huntley sophomore, Sophie Murk, as Jasmine....

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