By Laura Jensen, junior, cast member Day 3 of EM break started kind of slow for many, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t fun to watch. “What What Happens,” was blocked in the morning. Though I’m not in it, it might be one of my favorite scenes in the show. I don’t even love the
By Laura Jensen – Junior, Cast Member While Day 2 of EM Break for many kids consists of sleeping in until noon, eating junk food, watching Netflix and sleeping some more, we have been hard at work. We’re already to the second act in blocking although it’s pretty rough. To get us all warmed up,
by Laura Jensen, junior, cast member And so it begins. EM Break, the busiest week of the process started Wednesday, with a bang, I might add. Most of us came in a little before 2 p.m. for the kickoff kickball game – the girls still recovering from a late “Girl’s Night.” The game concluded with
The Tony Award-winning Broadway phenomenon, NEWSIES is coming to Moorhead Theater this November 9-11, 16-18, 23 and 24. The show is based on the historical newsboy strike of 1899 that shook the ivory towers of William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer. It leaps onto the stage with soul stirring music, amazing heart, and stunning choreography.
by Alex Siegel Being a senior in Moorhead High School’s production of “NEWSIES” is an unreal experience. Growing up through this program has changed me in so many ways and has really helped me to grow as a person. There are many lessons that each cast has taught me that have aided in my academic