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Theatre Haunted House Review

I could have really believed that the actors were in an insane asylum, they were crawling around, being screamed at by the “doctors” and “tour guides,” and some even went so far as to actually cry, which they executed with amazing talent.

Lacie Perry, Reporter

October 30, 2019

On Friday, Oct.25, I had the opportunity to walk through this year's theatre haunted house, the department's biggest fundraiser event. The theme this year was “Black Water Center for the Criminally Insane.”  When I got to school, I was directed to the cafeteria where the beginning of the ...

Tucker In Tech

Katie Smith and Claire Mallet

September 11, 2019

Over the years, the CPHS theatre program has put on countless shows. Every year, actors and tech students work hard to make their visions come to life, and this year, there’s a new face in the theatre tech department. Mr. Tucker is the new head of tech, and while only being here at CPHS for a few we...

Review: 2018 Texas Thespians Festival

Members of Thespian Troupe 6289 attended the

Justin Ballou, Reporter

November 28, 2018

Each year, theatre programs from around Texas attend the Texas Thespians Festival. This year's festival, which included different workshops, classes, shows and competitions, took place in Grapevine, TX at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center. Our theatre troupe - troupe #6289 - competed...

Welcome, Mrs. Mirabella!

Sitting in her new desk, the new theatre teacher, Alisa Mirabella, relaxes in her office before starting class. Mirabella came here from Running Brushy Middle School and said she was pleasantly surprised with the transition from middle school to high school. “Everybody has been so welcoming and so helpful,” Mirabella said. “I’m shocked. I actually thought moving to high school would be hard for me, but it’s just been awesome.”

Kieren Garner, Reporter

November 5, 2018

Every year brings new musicals, plays and one-act shows from the theatre department. However, this year has brought a new theatre director. Alisa Mirabella has been teaching theatre for 22 years and just recently came from teaching at Running Brushy Middle School. Mirabella had wanted to apply to teac...

Madi Fujawa Wins State in Theatre Marketing

Jordy Peterson, Reporter

May 5, 2017

On April 15, Madi Fujawa was awarded first place in UIL State for Theatre Marketing. In the competition, participants follow a basic set of guidelines to create a mock marketing product for a theatre production. Fujawa researched the prompt and started the design process, where she designed a poster, sp...

Austin’s hot summer theatre

Amanda Weston

May 19, 2011

     There are numerous things to do around Austin to stay occupied over the summer, including visits to the active theatre scene. Several major musicals and plays are being performed around the Austin area, providing inexpensive summer entertainment to Cedar Park students and Austin citizens alike.     ...

Theatre students bring high-flying musical to Cedar Park

Amanda Weston

October 21, 2010

Audiences attending this year’s annual CPHS musical can expect to be dazzled not only by talented students, but by the famous “magical, fantasmagorical” flying car that is Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. This fall, CPHS will make theatre history by becoming the first amateur theatre in Texas to perform...

Theatre Classes Perform

Amanda Weston

May 20, 2010

     The end of the school year means different things to many students. Some have AP exams, college selection and summer trips in mind, but for theatre students final spring productions are their focus. In May, the theatre productions classes, musical theatre and UIL class will be performing a total...

One act play strives for a winning performance

Amanda Weston

April 1, 2010

     On stages across the state a controversial trial takes place, involving charitable fraud, love and battles with one’s conscience. The trial is not a legal hearing however, but instead a performance by the cast of this year’s UIL One Act play.      Cedar Park High School participates...

Theatre director takes the stage

Natalie Herzig

April 1, 2010

     For any true theatre fanatic, a cost-free trip to London to study Shakespeare at the Globe Theater is a dream come true. For CPHS’s very own theatre director Jerry Blake, this is a reality. Blake received a $7000 grant for her summer trip in February of this year.      Upon receiving...

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