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Theatre for a Cause

By Joseph Swit, Staff Writer

April 3, 2013

The San Dieguito Academy Theatre Department put on an emotional and heart-wrenching performance of “Tell Me That You Love Me Junie Moon” as part of the third SDA’s third annual Theatre for a Cause event. All the proceeds from the play are being donated to the charitable organization HelpHopeLive,...

A Night of Song and Dance

Students partaking in the talent show perform

By Katie McPherson, Staff Writer

March 19, 2013

Senior Riley Galleher won the SDA talent show on March 14. Galleher, along with other SDA students showed off their talents which ranged from singing to dancing and even a comedy stand-up routine. The sold-out show was an entertaining experience for the audience members. First place went to Senior...

Spring Fashion Show

Spring Fashion Show

By Lily LeaVesseur, Buisiness Manager and CAF Editor

March 15, 2013

SDA’s Fashion Entrepreneur Club raised almost $600 at the 3rd Annual Spring Charity Fashion show in the gym March 8. Proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross to help support victims of Hurricane Sandy. Student models struck poses to whistles and applause from the audience, donning formal wear from...

Comedy Sportz Alumni Game

Comedy Sportz players Daniel Alguire and Mitch Lange.

By Nicole Smith, Online Editor

February 20, 2013

On Friday, Feb. 8, Comedy Sportz players from past years had the opportunity to practice and play in a game with their old teammates once again.This year’s alumni game welcomed back five SDA alumni to play against four of SDA’s current Comedy Sportz players. The game was refereed by David Miller...

“The End of It” Review

By Kira Elliott, Staff Writer

February 8, 2013

Walking into the theater lobby to see alumni play “The End of It”, a feeling of slight embarrassment washed over me. I had to be the youngest person there, and I desperately began scanning the laugh-lined faces for someone under 30 years old. Since it was a benefit for the San Dieguito Theater Arts...

Winter Concert Win

By Taylor Knudson, Staff Writer

February 6, 2013

The light chatter of conversation and laughter warms the room as a few dozen students spill into the auditorium carrying long pieces of metal in their hands. Eventually, the giggling and talking subsides and the room quiets. Mouths move from nervous, excited grins to focused, pursed lips. The concert...

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at SDA

By Nicole Greene, Staff Writer

January 18, 2013

Although you may be tempted to brush up on your 80’s vocabulary before going to “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” you needn’t worry; SDA’s version treads the familiar territory of Elizabethan English by using Shakespeare’s original script, thine’s and cankerblossom’s included. With their 80’s twis...

The Burning of Rome

By Caroline Glass, Arts Editor

November 19, 2012

Rising indie stars The Burning of Rome performed during lunch in the Mosaic. the Oceanside-based band is on the brink of stardom, having just released a popular single “Norman Bates” and music video. Consisting of 4 members-Adam Traub, Joe Aguilar, Aimee Jacobs, and Lee Williams-, the band originated...

Here Comes Super Potato!

By Nicole Greene, Staff Writer

October 3, 2012

What happens when an adventurous child and her babysitter collide with the whimsical world of cartoons and fairytales? Find out next week on Oct. 5, when Drama Production’s play, “Super Potato: The Secret Life of a Cartoon Junkie” opens. “Super Potato” follows the story of a child named Teri,...

Urinetown: Spring Musical Preview

By Charlotte Ohrbom, Staff Writer

May 11, 2012

Don’t hold it in, because with this spring’s musical, you just might be peeing your pants with laughter. Starting on the first of June, the Musical Theatre Production class will present “Urinetown: The Musical,” by Greg Kotis, at the Clayton E. Liggett Theatre. “Urinetown: The Musical”...