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Senior Julia Malek, who plays Cinderella, is rehearsing sitting in her carriage as she makes her trip to the royal ball. 
She said, “While I am disappointed the show was postponed, I truly think that what we’ve made is magical. It’s a beautiful show, and I’m so honoured to be a part of it.”

The show must go on!

Alex Maley, Staffer April 20, 2021

There are always setbacks when trying to produce a successful play, in this case the set back wasn’t minor. On Tuesday April 13th 2021, PAHS drama club students had their production of “Cinderella”...

The drama club is warming up with physical and vocal workouts before rehearsals. Alyssa Sherrif and Annabelle Chaklos stretch before rehearsal on Monday, March 22. Alyssa says, “I am very happy to participate in this musical. Drama club has always been something that I look forward to on a daily basis!”

Drama club prepares for Cinderella

Harry Walls, Staffer March 24, 2021

Pottsville Area School District’s drama club is getting ready to perform their show, Cinderella, this year. Since last year's show got cancelled,  the drama club is hoping to make this year’s show...

Social Video Club had a meeting last Wednesday at Crimson House. They talked about how much their hourly rate should be, club officers, and the recruitment of new members. “I really think that this is something Schuylkill County has been long overdue with, this country is full of diversity and this is a great way to show it,” said sophomore Haven Jacob Guistes.

Schuylkill Social Video Club recruiting new members

Tanya Johnson, Staffer March 23, 2021

Throughout Schuylkill County there are students from various school districts who have an interest in filming and editing videos. Because of this, the Schuylkill Social Video Club (SVC) was created.  Social...

According to Times Leader “As of March 16, 2020 Governor Tom Wolf enforced that all nonessential businesses close.” Sadly everyone, not just business owners are affected. Freshman Maddie Strauss said, “It is disappointing to have my first ever musical with the high school postponed. I was so excited to be able to be a part of something we all worked so hard on throughout the year. However, I feel even more sorrow for our amazing seniors who are waiting to see what will happen. We are all holding on to hope and we aren’t giving up on this play. It’s an honor to be part of this group.”

PAHS musical uncertain due to quarantine

Samantha Woodford, Staffer May 2, 2020

You walked across the stage, a smile from ear to ear on your face. The lines you memorized weeks before confidently fell from your lips. The applause of the audience only caused the smile on your face...

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