Bonney Lake High School, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Tyler Good as Pinocchio, Edmonds Heights K-12, Shrek the Musical Michael Profitt as Paul, Kamiak High School, Kiss Me Kate Seth Wiswell as Victor/Dracula/Duet, Kentlake High School, Young Frankenstein Tyler Ung as Grandmaster Chad/Carlos, Nathan Hale High School, Legally Blonde Garrett Hall as Lionel, Snohomish High School, Cinderella Honorable Mention Matthew Taylor as Teen Angel, AC Davis High School, Grease Ian Eller as Nick, Bainbridge High School, Fame David Gorter as Grinch/Hunter, Bellevue Christian High School, Seussical Austin Miller as Teen Angel, Camas High School, Grease DJ Van de Venter as Action, Eisenhower High School, West Side Story Luis Benitez as Baker/Pepper, Heritage High School, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Turner Williams as Pinocchio, Stanwood High School, Shrek the Musical Matthew Gerard as Pinocchio, University High School, Shrek the Musical Outstanding Performance by an Actor or Actress in a Non-Singing Role Alex Rodorigo as Leopard, Lake Stevens High School, Tarzan Marcus Milyko as Sextimus, Liberty High School, Once Upon a Mattress Emily Lautch as Miss Gulch/Wicked
The film combines the score and Williams’ two original songs with traditional but rerecorded Christmas carol recordings. The Oscar-nominated primary song of the film, “Somewhere in My Memory” is an enchanting new Christmas carol for chorus and orchestra. It is a beautiful sound that reflects happiness and light of the holidays. It maintains a jingly, wondrous theme and includes a children’s choir, which suggests a heartfelt innocence and ironic wonder of Christmas, and sleigh bells, and it really allows the listeners to picture themselves surrounded with family while snow is falling during the holiday season. The cue begins with a twinkling statement of the songs theme, emoted as a pair of descending minor thirds, carried by synthetic chimes, celeste, xylophone, and glockenspiel.
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Halloween History October 31, the one time of the year everyone can dress up in their little cute costumes of their favorite characters and go up to their neighbor’s door and trick-or-treat, collecting all the candy their hands can hold. Halloween also includes bonfires, costume parties and visiting haunted houses. Halloween is a holiday observed around the world but mostly in the United States. Its origin dates back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. The Celts who believed that on the night before the new year, which they celebrated on November 1, that the worlds of the living and the dead was open, allowing the spirits of the lifeless to come back and mingle with the living and causing trouble and damaging crops.
Veronica Scott February 12. 2009 Period 6 Theme: Love 1. Staci, who is deeply and irrevocably in love with Ian, augmented her Valentines gift of one box of chocolates to two. 2. While discussing Amanda’s boy toys, we accorded that Max was the one she should go on a date with on Valentines Day.
A MARKETING STRATEGY ANALYSIS By: Mikhaela Go (2009-45370) BA 170 under Professor Art Ilano 1 T eddy bears have first been invented in the nineteenth century. Back then, stuffed bears were made to look as lifelike as possible. As time passed, bears became cuter in appearance and were directly associated with gift giving. With that, all sorts of stuffed animals and things formed the new product category of stuffed toys. Stuffed toys are normally given as gifts during special occasions such as Birthdays, Valentines’ day and Christmas, which results to a seasonal demand.
Christmas Carols A Christmas carol is a song or hymn about the theme of Christmas and the winter festivities. It is also called a noel. Christmas songs are usually sung or played in the time period before Christmas, known as Advent in the Christian calendar, up until the new year. Christmas caroling is the act of singing Christmas carols, usually at public spaces or by door to door travelling. It has become a tradition to sing carols in the streets to declare joy and sing praise.
3/27/2009 Friday 12:00a | March 28,2009|The Donkey Show[->38] An irreverent adaptation of "A Midsummer Night’s Dream" set in a disco club, this wild romp celebrates our deep love of great literature and our deep desire to dance. 3/28/2009 Saturday 8:00p Gilmore Theatre Complex[->39] Kalamazoo MI | March 29,2009|The Pajama Game Musical[->40] Hot on the heels of the recent Broadway smash hit, see this nationally touring musical that has audiences laughing in the aisles. 3/29/2009 Sunday 3:00p James W. Miller Auditorium[->41] Kalamazoo MI | April 10,2009|Chenery Auditorium[->42] Kalamazoo MI Stage Door[->43] It's often said that there's a broken heart for every light on Broadway. Modeled on the actual Rehearsal Club in Manhattan, this fast paced American classic traces the hopes, dreams and disappointments of aspiring actresses living... 4/10/2009 Friday 12:00a | April 11,2009|PLOW DAYSCornwell's Turkeyville USA Patti Cornwellhttp://www.turkeyville.com(269) 781-4293
The festival of the Epiphany on the twelfth day from Christmas was observed with numerous ceremonies which included performance of plays at Court. Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night was also presumably written for performance on Twelfth Night. It was one of four plays the performance of which before Queen Elizabeth in the Christmas season of 1601-02 is recorded. Twelfth Night may be called a festive comedy primarily because of the occasion of its composition. In act2 sc.3, Sir Toby tells Olivia's steward, Malvolio, rather sarcastically, 'Dost thou think, because thou art virtuous, there shall be no cakes and ale?'
Radio exposure brought him to the attention of bandleader Harry James, with whom Sinatra made his first recordings, including "All or Nothing at All." In 1940, Sinatra joined Tommy Dorsey’s band. After two years of chart-topping success with Dorsey, Sinatra decided to strike out on his own (Frank Sinatra: the Boudoir Singer, 2011). In the 1940s Sinatra embarked on a solo career and became the idol of “bobby-soxers,” teenage girls who swooned over his crooning, soft-voiced singing. He appeared in such film musicals as Anchors Aweigh (1945), Till the Clouds Roll By (1947), and On the Town (1949).