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Rochester Memorial School annual Spring Concert15 viewsThose in attendance at the Rochester Memorial School annual Spring Concert on Thursday, May 29 were treated to a lively and upbeat show that featured the musical talents of many RMS students. “Saxophone Rag,” “Chattanooga Choo Choo,” and “Dancing in the Streets” were just some of the songs performed by the RMS Band, Jazz Band, and Chorus. Photo by Marcy Smith
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Rochester Memorial School annual Spring Concert16 viewsThose in attendance at the Rochester Memorial School annual Spring Concert on Thursday, May 29 were treated to a lively and upbeat show that featured the musical talents of many RMS students. “Saxophone Rag,” “Chattanooga Choo Choo,” and “Dancing in the Streets” were just some of the songs performed by the RMS Band, Jazz Band, and Chorus. Photo by Marcy Smith
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ORRHS Rhythm Dance Team Showcase14 viewsORRHS Rhythm Dance Team Showcase on May 28 highlighted the amazing dance and gymnastic talents of the members with team and solo performances. The members are: Sara Achorn, Dasia Andrade, MiKayla Burke, Madeline Cafarella, Alison Holmen, Shannon Lynch, Rebecca Myers, Emily Newell, Hannah Nyman, Korryn Pinard, Cami Morais, Sam Turcotte, Angela Weigel, Brianna Grignetti and Angela Conde. Photo by Marilou Newell
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ORRHS Rhythm Dance Team Showcase19 viewsORRHS Rhythm Dance Team Showcase on May 28 highlighted the amazing dance and gymnastic talents of the members with team and solo performances. The members are: Sara Achorn, Dasia Andrade, MiKayla Burke, Madeline Cafarella, Alison Holmen, Shannon Lynch, Rebecca Myers, Emily Newell, Hannah Nyman, Korryn Pinard, Cami Morais, Sam Turcotte, Angela Weigel, Brianna Grignetti and Angela Conde. Photo by Marilou Newell
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ORRHS Rhythm Dance Team Showcase13 viewsORRHS Rhythm Dance Team Showcase on May 28 highlighted the amazing dance and gymnastic talents of the members with team and solo performances. The members are: Sara Achorn, Dasia Andrade, MiKayla Burke, Madeline Cafarella, Alison Holmen, Shannon Lynch, Rebecca Myers, Emily Newell, Hannah Nyman, Korryn Pinard, Cami Morais, Sam Turcotte, Angela Weigel, Brianna Grignetti and Angela Conde. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Much Ado About Nothing 15 viewsWhen ORR High School students Ian Hibbert and Jeremy Bare walked out onto the stage in longhaired wigs and skirts, the crowd burst into laughter. Twenty-one students from English teacher Kathleen Brunelle’s Theater class performed Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on May 22. The performance had a different spin on the original play, the setting being post-World War II, with accompanying music by the Andrews Sisters that, along with period clothing and costumes, brought the play to life. By Jean Perry
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Much Ado About Nothing 14 viewsWhen ORR High School students Ian Hibbert and Jeremy Bare walked out onto the stage in longhaired wigs and skirts, the crowd burst into laughter. Twenty-one students from English teacher Kathleen Brunelle’s Theater class performed Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on May 22. The performance had a different spin on the original play, the setting being post-World War II, with accompanying music by the Andrews Sisters that, along with period clothing and costumes, brought the play to life. By Jean Perry
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Much Ado About Nothing 13 viewsWhen ORR High School students Ian Hibbert and Jeremy Bare walked out onto the stage in longhaired wigs and skirts, the crowd burst into laughter. Twenty-one students from English teacher Kathleen Brunelle’s Theater class performed Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on May 22. The performance had a different spin on the original play, the setting being post-World War II, with accompanying music by the Andrews Sisters that, along with period clothing and costumes, brought the play to life. By Jean Perry
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Much Ado About Nothing 6 viewsWhen ORR High School students Ian Hibbert and Jeremy Bare walked out onto the stage in longhaired wigs and skirts, the crowd burst into laughter. Twenty-one students from English teacher Kathleen Brunelle’s Theater class performed Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on May 22. The performance had a different spin on the original play, the setting being post-World War II, with accompanying music by the Andrews Sisters that, along with period clothing and costumes, brought the play to life. By Jean Perry
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Much Ado About Nothing 9 viewsWhen ORR High School students Ian Hibbert and Jeremy Bare walked out onto the stage in longhaired wigs and skirts, the crowd burst into laughter. Twenty-one students from English teacher Kathleen Brunelle’s Theater class performed Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on May 22. The performance had a different spin on the original play, the setting being post-World War II, with accompanying music by the Andrews Sisters that, along with period clothing and costumes, brought the play to life. By Jean Perry
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Much Ado About Nothing 12 viewsWhen ORR High School students Ian Hibbert and Jeremy Bare walked out onto the stage in longhaired wigs and skirts, the crowd burst into laughter. Twenty-one students from English teacher Kathleen Brunelle’s Theater class performed Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on May 22. The performance had a different spin on the original play, the setting being post-World War II, with accompanying music by the Andrews Sisters that, along with period clothing and costumes, brought the play to life. By Jean Perry
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Much Ado About Nothing 12 viewsWhen ORR High School students Ian Hibbert and Jeremy Bare walked out onto the stage in longhaired wigs and skirts, the crowd burst into laughter. Twenty-one students from English teacher Kathleen Brunelle’s Theater class performed Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing on May 22. The performance had a different spin on the original play, the setting being post-World War II, with accompanying music by the Andrews Sisters that, along with period clothing and costumes, brought the play to life. By Jean Perry
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