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Bronco Life: Volume 7

A featured gallery of “The Music Man”
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  • Zachary Vasser, 11, walks across the stage during mic check. Mic check happens before a performance to ensure that the mics are working properly.

  • Quorynn Harris, 10, stands onstage during mic check. Mic check happens prior to shows to ensure mics are working efficiently.

  • During a dress rehearsal of “The Music Man,” Ethan Knust, 12, reflects after a scene with the character Marian Paroo. This production was performed Nov. 16, 17, and 18.

  • Production Stage Manager, Savannah Bard, 12, paints a window onto a wall to improve the backdrop for the “Music Man.” Students worked to complete the set in time for the actors to rehearse for the play to be performed later that week.

  • Addelyn Horne, 11, paints books on the bookshelves that were used during the song “Marian the Librarian”. The crew often finished up set pieces before runs of the show during tech week.

  • Abbigail Richeson, 9, and Addelyn Horne, 11, detail and paint books on moving bookshelves for the “Music Man.” This was completed during one of many technical calls to help complete the set for the show.

  • Adrianna Wendel, theater teacher, paints on styrofoam in the shape of books. These were used to fill up space on bookshelves and to look like books from the audience.

  • Emma Hays, 10, applies makeup in the dressing room before one of the shows. Stage makeup is more vivid so that it is to be seen off stage well.

  • Faye Dent, 12, Rylee Higgs, 10, and Maryanne McNally, 11, perfect their makeup in the mirror before one of their shows. Makeup is used to make sure people’s faces are visible onstage.

  • Taylor Malkames, 10, helps Maryanne McNally, 11, with their hair before a dress rehearsal. Hair is a very intricate part of musicals.

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Shelby Hatcher, Galleries Manager
Hey Y’all! My name is Shelby Hatcher and this is my second year in SPUB. This year I will be the galleries manager. I wanted to do SPUB to be more involved with the school and community. Journalism is more than sharing news, it’s about showing the world what is real. Journalism helps bring people together and share ideas. I am super excited to be working with all our new staff and coming up with new great ideas for this year. Outside of School, I am active in 4-H, Barrel Racing, and working at my job. I also enjoy being outdoors or staying in, I am a big Panera fan.. you’ll definitely catch me there. I can’t wait to work with everyone this year!

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