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Boulder High theater holds auditions for spring musical ‘Weird Romance,’ production of ‘The Breakfast Club’

By Jayden Simelda-Longe, editor Last week was a busy time for BHS theater members planning to be on stage for the spring musical. Musical auditions were last week on Wednesday and Thursday and callbacks on Friday while this week, auditions … Continue reading

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Boulder High theater’s Black Box performances begin today

By  Jayden Simelda-Longe, editor Black Box is coming to Boulder High today through Saturday. Unlike musicals, Black Box performances center only on students’ acting with “minimalist theatre” where actors themselves set the scene without embellishment from props or music. “There … Continue reading

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Boulder High School’s haunted house fundraiser promises to be a frightening family affair

By Jayden Simelda-Longe, Kelley McQuillen & Hayleigh Criss, staff writers Get ready for some new neighbors, Boulder High. After this year’s Haunted Homecoming from Student Council, students can expect one last haunted production from the Boulder High School theater program. … Continue reading

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Review: ‘Pippin’ serves up a good time for all during its run at Boulder High

By Jayden Simelda-Longe, staff writer During the weekends of March 7 and March 14, the Boulder High School theater department staged Pippin, a show full of great songs and a talented cast. Pippin is narrated by the Leading Player (sophomore … Continue reading

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Review: Buell Theater presents a ‘Wicked’ version of Broadway hit

By Eliot Meade, staff writer Last week, a family friend bought tickets for my sister and me to go to the Broadway musical Wicked at the Buell Theater in Denver. We had great seats, center section and only a few … Continue reading

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Review: Boulder High’s production of ‘Xanadu’ a tubular musical thanks to on-stage chemistry

By Joey Danaher, assistant editor You know you are enjoying a musical when you look at the program and are disappointed to see that there are only five songs left. Xanadu was fun to watch and listen to from start … Continue reading

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Now in its sixth year, Boulder High’s haunted house is set to scare each night through Halloween

By Chandler Baker, staff writer This week marks the opening of many haunted houses, including Boulder High’s “Dark Descends,” which opens its doors from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. each night from Thursday to Halloween. As a fundraiser for the … Continue reading

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An ’80s explosion, Boulder High’s fall musical ‘Xanadu’ to take the stage in November

By Joey Danaher, assistant editor Boulder High’s fall musical Xanadu debuts on Nov. 4 in the Boulder High auditorium with additional performances scheduled for Nov. 5 and on Nov. 10-12. All shows start at 7 p.m. The Saturday shows are … Continue reading

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Review: Fringe Fest performance engages audience while not always representing Boulder fairly

By Joey Danaher, assistant editor Boulder High’s play titled “25 Square Miles Surrounded by Reality” that was part of this year’s Fringe Festival, which ran during the final weeks of August, claims to be a “comedic survival guide to living … Continue reading

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Review: Boulder’s got talent, but the showcase seems disorganized

By Joey Danaher, staff writer Boulder High’s talent show on April 16 was a collection of various impressive musical acts in which classical piano pieces were showcased as well as original songs. Sophomore Ben Price was the host and a … Continue reading

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