Junior Isabella Arnett sings her audition song at practice before auditions on Aug. 2. Photo by Sophia Perigo.
Senior Jared Dineen sits and listens to audition instructions at the Matilda workshop. “I am so excited to be a part of a musical production because music is so close to my heart and being able to present that music in such a powerful way would mean so much to me,” said Dineen. Photo by Grace Allen.
Sophomore Hunter Marlow sings his audition song for Matilda in hopes of getting pointers from the upperclassmen . Photo by Grace Allen.
Senior Elizabeth Hallal sings the song “All That Matters” from the show Finding Neverland. “My favorite thing about theatre is storytelling and the way I get to connect to a character,” said Hallal. Photo by Grace Allen.
“My favorite thing about theater is being able to create things on stage that my normal human self would not be able to create,” said senior Noah Hankins. Photo by Sophia Perigo.
Senior Elizabeth Hallal said, “I get to influence the next generation of Floyd Central theater. I’m looking forward to seeing all of my fellow students grow and develop, especially the freshman who have four years to polish their talents.” Photo by Sophia Perigo.
“Every show has different casts and different stories. This show will steal people’s hearts,” said junior Emily North. Photo by Sophia Perigo.
Senior Jesse Johnson and senior Noah Hankins laugh at a comment made by one of the students that attended the Matilda workshop on Aug. 1. “The best part of being in theatre is knowing that you’re making an impact in somebody’s life,” said Hankins. Photo by Grace Allen.
Senior Elizabeth Hallal embraces sophomore Raven Prentiss during an improv game. “I love the collaborative spirit as we work closely with other actors, techs, and our directors,” said Hallal. Photo by Grace Allen.
Senior Sara Seay discusses how dance auditions will work to her fellow Thespians. Photo by Sophia Perigo.
Young Bonnie, portrayed by sophomore Isabella Arnett, foreshadows what her future has in store. “Bonnie and Clyde” plays August 25, 26, and 27 and September 1, 2, and 3. Photo by Phoebe Bierman.
Senior Katelyn Carpenter, who plays Blanche in the production of “Bonnie and Clyde”, sings about her love interest Buck Barrow, played by Jordan Burger. Photo by Phoebe Bierman.
Sophomore Isabella Arnett plays young Bonnie in the Floyd Central’s “Bonnie and Clyde”. Photo by Phoebe Bierman.
Senior Bryson Barbee preaches while on stage. “I’ve never played a role like this before and I enjoyed challenging myself,” says Barbee. Photo by Phoebe Bierman.
Seniors Mitchell Lewis and Hannah Nunn sing “The World Will Remember Us.” Photo by Phoebe Bierman.
Senior Mitchell Lewis swoons as Hannah Nunn sings “How ‘Bout a Dance.” Photo by Phoebe Bierman.
Senior Mitchell Lewis serenades senior Hannah Nunn in the production of “Bonnie and Clyde”. Photo by Phoebe Bierman.
Senior Mitchell Lewis sings “Raise a Little Hell.” Photo by Phoebe Bierman.
Seniors Jordan Burger and Mitchell Lewis portray brothers in the Floyd Central Production of “Bonnie and Clyde”. “Buck is a real person so you have to struggle with the accuracy of the character rather than interpreting for yourself,” says Burger. Photo by Phoebe Bierman.
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