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Thespians Prepare for Upcoming Performance

Updated: Mar 5, 2019


The thespian season has begun. The seemingly-endless shows under an artificial sun on a damaged stage, the hard work and frustration and love and (im)patience – thespians all across the nation are rejoicing as their communities are hard at work on their newest productions. The same can certainly be said for the students at Mishawaka High School, who have already put on four spectacular performances of their children’s show “James and the Giant Peach,” all under the direction of Mrs. Abigail Bill.

However, as many of us know by now, Mrs. Bill and the thespians don’t stop after just one show – they put on three! This winter, for their second show, the MHS thespians will be proudly presenting the radio show, “It’s A Wonderful Life.” “It’s A Wonderful Life” is a touching story about George Bailey, a man who, with the help of his guardian angel Clarence, learns to love his life after questioning its importance and meaning for so long. For those wishing to attend, the play will be performed on December 18th through the 20th, with more details to come!

If you’re interested in being a part of the process, whether on or off stage, then don’t fret! Auditions for this radio show will be this Thursday, October 29th, from 3:30 pm to 6 pm in the auditorium lobby. Any materials needed for this audition can be acquired through Mrs. Bill via email (billa@mishawaka.k12.in.us), or simply by visiting her in her classroom on the third floor! You should also contact Mrs. Bill if you’re interested in being a part of the stage crew.

Good luck to our thespians as their season continues, and best of luck to any of those taking part in this upcoming performance. “Act well your part, for there all the honor lies.”









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