Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

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Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

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Johnston High School - 6500 NW 100th St, Johnston, IA

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Moonboy (played by Jack Marren 18) prepares for his birthday party. Moonboy was performed April 28 and 29.

Best buddies blows away crowd with “Moonboy”

Andrew Maresca, Staff Writer May 4, 2017

Best Buddies preformed "Moonboy" for students and parents April 28 and 29. Callie Sandahl '17 and Caroline Ludwig '17 were best buddies members in charge of the play. Production was possible due to help...

Helena (Lizzie Boeschen 17) and Demetrius (Ben Smaltic 17) listen to what Lysander (Will Linder 17) is trying to explain to Hermia (Nicole Hbson 17). 28 students performed in the play A Midsummer Nights Dream, while four students assisted backstage as crew members.

Performing a dream

Kitarrah Mangra-Dutcher, Photo Editor November 2, 2016

Twenty-eight cast members performed Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" Oct. 28 and 29. Teacher Jeremy Fitzpatrick directed. The cast was made up of 14 seniors, seven juniors, five sophomores and...

After the last performance Nov. 1, senior Hannah Miedema gives a hug to junior Cameron Mitchell. It was fun to being able to work with the other people in the cast and getting to know them as we were preparing for the play, Miedema said.

Humorous instead of haunting play hits the stage

Kate Lichter, Online Editor-in-chief November 3, 2015

Following the seasonal theme of Halloween, English teacher Jeremy Fitzpatrick took to directing the comedic play "Two Heads Are Better Than One" by Pat Cook. The play is full of odd characters with noticeably...

Senior Chloe Keeney cuts out props of the play. EBEC students worked on the May Day Play for the past eight months. The play was held May 1 p.m. at 7 p.m.

“Moongirl” highlights significance of acceptance, community

Sydney Ginkens, Photographer May 2, 2015

Students in EBCE prepared for their upcoming play, "Moongir"l, for May 1 at 7 p.m. The play highlighted the journey of how a student with special needs might feel when interacting within society. Director,...

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