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Vicki Hays continues explaining her love for her job

 

Birthday: July 30, 1952

“Turned the big six five this year!”

Places she’s lived: New Albany, IN

Georgetown, IN

Tucson, AZ

Indianapolis, IN

She moved to Tucson when she was four to cure her severe asthma.

Role models: Sharon Barreras

“She is a devout Christian and absolutely one of the best people I’ve ever met in my life. She’s just a good person.”

Tom Weatherston

“He was my director and he’s just such a gentle spirit. And he’s just so devoted to the theatre and he instilled that, I think, in all of us that had him as a director. He’s a very kind man, he’s very sweet. He still comes to all of the shows that he can.”

Favorite holidays: Christmas

Halloween

“It’s all the magic for the little ones.”

Favorite types of food: Italian

Mexican

Chinese

“I love to eat, as you can tell.”

Favorite book: The Bible
Favorite movies: Singin’ in the Rain

An American in Paris

Favorite show she’s worked on: Mary Poppins

“It was so perfect. It was just perfect. And it was a challenge for us to get it all done.”

Favorite show overall: Children of Eden

“It is a fabulous show and the music’s just beautiful.”

Life motto: “Try to be nice to everybody.”

“You never know what’s going to come back around to you, so you need to be good to everybody. Pretty much the Golden Rule- and we’re all in this together.”

The movie of her life would be called: “She Lived it to the Fullest.”

“I do. That’s why I love to travel and do all the things I do, because life’s too short. You’ve just got to do it. You can’t wait, because you never know.”

Costumes show role in FC theatre productions

By Savannah Schroering

After a long day of school, Henry Miller happily converses with his theatre friends before walking into the costume shop. It is lined with fabrics, sewing machines and obvious hard work. Each shelf is stuffed with countless different kinds of fabric and costumes in progress are hung on racks in the shop, waiting to be finished or fit on the performer. He waits his turn before getting measured and fitted in his costume for his role as Howard in Moon Over Buffalo.

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Five days before this weekend’s Dance Marathon rally school spirit

By Garland Noel

“For the Kids.”

For its fourth year the Dance Marathon Committee is going all out, and since the event is this Saturday, FCDM has introduced its own spirit days, which are being met with enthusiasm.

Senior Andrew Sung, who dressed as Doc from Snow White for Monday’s “Make Dreams Come True” Day when students dressed as their favorite Disney character, was very enthusiastic about this year’s FCDM Spirit Week and said that you had to go all out for spirit days or not at all.

Tuesday was “Be a Hero” Day and students like sophomore Madison Barney dressed up as superheroes in support of Riley’s Children’s Hospital. Wednesday was “Wear Red For Riley” Day, today is “Heroes of the Hospital” Day, where students dress in an array of medical themed costumes, and finally tomorrow will be “Come One, Come All” Day, where students will dress as circus performers.

“It’s really exciting and I wish more people would do it,” said Barney.

Dance Marathon will be this Saturday from 2 p.m to 9 p.m.