Photos by Jenny North
To buy tickets to the show this weekend visit http://www.floydcentraltheatre.org/box-office.html. Shows run Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m.
Photo gallery may contain spoilers.
Senior Grace Rutherford finds junior Sarah Denison and sophomore Evan Stanfield playing dress-up.
Seniors Grace Rutherford and Henry Miller inspect Peter Pan’s lost shadow.
Junior Sarah Denison sews on junior Brooklyn Ivey.
Tinkerbell pulls on junior Sarah Denison’s hair as she tries to give junior Brooklyn Ivey a kiss.
Sophomore Evan Stanfield, fourth-grader Griffin Scribner, and junior Sarah Denison watch as Peter pan flies about the room.
Junior Brooklyn Ivey as Peter Pan floats about the Darling nursery.
Juniors Sarah Denison and Brooklyn Ivey sing about Neverland together.
Senior Julia Verdouw stalks across the stage.
Sophomore Katelyn Carpenter as Tiger Lily leads her tribe through the woods of Neverland.
The Indians and the Lost Boys fight over a drum before noticing junior Sarah Denison fly in.
Freshman Jessie Robinson shoots down junior Sarah Denison to impress Peter Pan.
Junior Brooklyn Ivey inspects junior Sarah Denison after being shot down by the Lost Boys.
Junior Brooklyn Ivey, along with the Lost Boys, present junior Sarah Denison with a bouquet of flowers.
Junior Brooklyn Ivey leads the Lost Boys in their daily lesson, “I won’t grow up.”
Senior Henry Miller carries sophomore Mitchell Lewis on his shoulders while sophomore Sam Moore signals for the other pirates to come.
The pirates perform a musical number and carry sophomore Mitchell Lewis across the stage.
Junior Brooklyn Ivey saves sophomore Katelyn Carpenter by tricking sophomore Mitchell Lewis and his pirates.
Now allies, sophomore Katelyn Carpenter and junior Brooklyn Ivey integrate their “families” through song and dance.
Sophomore Katelyn Carpenter and her tribe dance with the Lost Boys.
Juniors Brooklyn Ivey and Sarah Denison sing a lullaby to the Lost Boys.
Juniors Sarah Denison and Brooklyn Ivey part ways, while the pirates secretly capture the Lost Boys behind them.
Senior Henry Miller carries sophomore Mitchell Lewis in celebration of capturing the Lost Boys.
Junior Brooklyn Ivey balances on sophomore Mitchell Lewis’s sword during their dual.
After defeating Captain Hook, junior Brooklyn Ivey teaches fourth-grader Griffin Scribner how to crow.
Years after the Darling children venture to Neverland, junior Brooklyn Ivey returns in search of junior Sarah Denison.
Junior Brooklyn Ivey cries after she realizes that junior Sarah Denison is too old to return to Neverland.
Junior Brooklyn Ivey takes freshman Sarah Seay to Neverland as her mother junior Sarah Denison watches.
Senior Joel Jackson opens the show, “Pippin.”
Junior Megan Serneels shows off her acrobatic skills with her hoop.
The cast of “Pippin” holds up a banner for the audience.
Sophomore Jordan Burger sings a song about war entitled, “War Is A Science.”
The army of Charlemagne goes to war.
Juniors Aubrey Spencer, Sarah Denison and sophomore Katelyn Carpenter dance during the chaos of war.
Senior Joel Jackson sings about blood on the battlefield.
Senior Henry Miller tells the masses to crown him as king.
Juniors Morgan Prentiss, Sarah Denison, Aubrey Spencer and sophomore Katelyn Carpenter latch on to senior Joel Jackson.
Senior Arielle Conrad sings an encouraging song to her grandson with the help of juniors Luis Romines, Gage Griffin and sophmore Mitchell Lewis.
Junior Luis Romines fans junior Sarah Denison while she convinces sophomore Jordan Burger to have his yearly prayer session.
Junior Megan Serneels exhibits her silk skills.
Senior Henry Miller performs a complicated dance move with junior Morgan Prentiss.
Juniors Sarah Denison and Gage Griffin showcase a sultry dance number.
Junior Gage Griffin hoists junior Sarah Denison into the air and onto his shoulder.
Senior Henry Miller has the realization that he has just murdered his father, sophomore Jordan Burger.
At the request of senior Henry Miller, his father, sophomore Jordan Burger, is raised from the dead to reclaim his throne.
Seniors Joel Jackson and Henry Miller perform a dance in sync.
Juniors Morgan Prentiss and Aubrey Spencer sing as back up for sophomore Katelyn Carpenter as she attempts to cheer up senior Henry Miller.
Senior Grace Rutherford, dual casted with sophomore Katelyn Carpenter, listens to senior Henry Miller as he rants about his life problems.
Sophomore Katelyn Carpenter and senior Henry Miller share a romantic moment on stage.
The cast of “Pippin” all encourage Pippin to jump into the flames and end his life.
Seniors Joel Jackson and Henry Miller share an intimate moment as Jackson beckons Miller into the flames.
Senior Henry Miller decides not to end his life and returns to his love, senior Grace Rutherford, and her son Roman Tate.
After senior Henry Miller’s refusal to end his life, senior Joel Jackson has all the sets and lights removed from the stage. Miller is left alone with sophomore Katelyn Carpenter and her child Roman Tate.
The audience discovers the vibrant show was all in senior Henry Miller’s mind. On a dark, empty stage Roman Tate takes on the role Miller formally played. The lights come on, the ensemble returns for one final verse, then the curtains close on another show-stopping performance.
By Leah Scharff
The art sale is being hosted by the National Art Honor Society on Thursday, Dec. 11, from 2:45 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the art room. Check out the November 21 issue of the Bagpiper next week for a more in depth look at the upcoming sale.
By Peter Hyle and Christian DiMartino
Tom Harbeson, father of senior Brad Harbeson, rests after donating his blood. Photo by Peter Hyle
Workers for the American Red Cross finish setting up in the MPR room. Photo by Peter Hyle
Students wait to start the process of donating their blood. “I want to give blood because it seems like a nice, civilized thing to do,” said junior Samantha Eckhart (far right). Photo by Peter Hyle
Seniors Kate Goodman and Brooke Hinton work the sign up table outside of the MPR room. Photo by Peter Hyle
Junior Kaitlin Cox begins the process of getting her blood drawn. “I will definitely donate again, it’s a good thing to do for other people,” said Cox. Photo by Peter Hyle