The Pony Express

Belle Chanter shares their music with Duluth

Belle Chanter shares their music with Duluth

Samantha Flipp, Director of Pony Express TV

April 29, 2016

Performing is the most rewarding part of singing in a choir. It is important for choirs to share the music they have been working on with an audience, so that the audience can share in the emotions that are being expressed through each note in each song. Usually Belle Chanter goes on tour to Chicago,...

24 Hour Play Festival immerses students in theatre

24 Hour Play Festival immerses students in theatre

Liv Krusinski, In-Studio Video Team Director

April 27, 2016

One way to get a taste of theatre is to audition for a show and take a few months and really get to know the way things work around there. This year, the theatre department decided to put a new twist into the recruiting of new members. The 24 Hour Film Festival is the key to getting completely immersed in ...

Director says ‘Anything Goes’ when it comes to live music

Director says ‘Anything Goes’ when it comes to live music

Mary Burchill, Fashion Blog Editor

February 22, 2016

In November of 1934, Anything Goes made its Broadway debut. With dazzling jazzy numbers and a stellar orchestra, it won over audiences and was revived on Broadway twice, winning best revival of a musical both times. Now this classic musical is being performed at Stillwater Area High School. Directed...

Coats: traditional trends resurfacing

Coats: traditional trends resurfacing

Liv Krusinski, In-Studio Camera Editor

February 9, 2016

Throughout the year of 2015 and into this year, a multitude offrom many different eras. These include the 90's grunge trends such as the 'crop top' and 'plaid flannel', as well as the 'overalls' and 'colored mascara' of the late 80's. Even 20's glamour is coming back around. What was once deemed old...

Sara Swartz, small town theater star making it big

Sara Swartz, small town theater star making it big

Isabel Boedigheimer, Head Copy Editor

October 26, 2015

Senior Sara Swartz was selected as one of the top 100 applicants to attend Carnegie Mellon University over the summer for a 6 week musical conservatory program. She never imagined the intensity of what would happen when she arrived. She had auditioning class, ballet class, acting class, singing class,...

Feather corsages make prom appearance

Samantha Flipp, Broadcast Field Reporter

April 29, 2015

The tradition of giving your prom date a corsage has been around since the early 20th century. Today there are a few new styles that are more popular this year than ever before. One fun new style is to have a corsage that is decorated with feathers. Some of them have feathers in addition to the flower in ...

‘Grease’ is the word

‘Grease’ is the word

Tessa Rosa, Fashion Blog Editor

February 25, 2015

The curtain rises and Principal McGee’s words float across the stage. “Welcome back students. We are changing things up this year. Please report immediately to the gymnasium, for our school song and class picture. Please refrain from stopping at the lavatory to tease or grease your hair and ch...

Music department delivers serenades for Valentine’s Day

Music department delivers serenades for Valentine’s Day

Ali Thul, Team Lead Editor

February 12, 2015

Valentine's Day is a day to express love towards others. The orchestra board and other musically inclined students help their fellow students express that through serenading their loved ones. Each year, students can buy one another serenades to raise money for the school's orchestra departmen...

Belle Chanter takes on Omaha

Belle Chanter takes on Omaha

Kate Price

May 5, 2014

Omaha, NE is certainly not the most exciting place to be, but it gave the Belle Chanter girls choir a great chance to show off their voices. The large choir traveled by bus on a six hour drive to Omaha in early April. They got a rewarding experience out of it. The five day trip included sightseeing, ...

Community performs in Best of Broadway

Community performs in Best of Broadway

Andrea Rustad

April 19, 2014

You can’t stop the beat of the community theater’s spring variety show, performed on May 8-10. The theme was the Best of Broadway, meaning all the acts had to be songs from a Broadway production. The show featured songs and dances from all ages, as well as a few group numbers that were crowd-pleas...

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