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A drawing of Rigoletto

Rigoletto

November 12, 2022

The Frederick theater department had the opportunity to travel to the Ellie Caulkins Opera House, to see a world-renowned opera show called Rigoletto. The theater department met on November 10 in the school...

The Best Mattress, Guaranteed

The Best Mattress, Guaranteed

Cameran Martinez, Staff Writer November 4, 2022

Once Upon a Mattress was written as the humorous version of the "Princess and the Pea." The book was written by Jay Thompson, Dean Fuller & Marshall Barer. The music was created by Mary Rodgers and...

Adam Levine has no game after this

Krystal Tschida, Staff writer October 11, 2022

The trouble with paradise? Well, Adam Levine sure is having trouble with paradise after the whole scandal and the drama with his pregnant wife. Adam Levine has decent music I still listen to some of his...

Talent Takes the Stage Again

Talent Takes the Stage Again

Cameran Martinez, Writer October 6, 2022

Frederick’s Got Talent has finally made its return after four years. It’s an event to showcase various student talents and raise money for the theatre department. Held in the auditorium on October...

One Act You’ll Remember

One Act You’ll Remember

September 12, 2022

A mysterious government agency, an actor pushed too far, a pushy princess who just divorced, and the Devil herself… all in one place. For the sixth year, Frederick Theatre and Film are presenting...

Music Man will premier on April 21st

Big Parts for Small Actors

Kaya Paluda, Staff Writer April 7, 2022

Bringing the community together is something that Frederick loves to do and is a constant for us. The community came together to have children in the musical and to let younger kids who are interested...

Juniors Micah Witler and Rylee Loramer explain all the “ins and outs” of building  and creating a set. Micah says “The tours have been great. It’s been really fun getting to see middle schoolers who are actually interested in [all parts of] theatre and not just the on stage [work]. Set work, which is what we are here, we’re behind the scenes.“ Micah and Rylee are both usually on stage but they both enjoy helping out stage tech and getting to build parts of the set and be part of this aspect.

The Best Kind of Middle School Drama

Jillian Margheim, Editorial Manager April 2, 2022

Frederick Theatre students singing about being Iowa Stubborn during the Music Man sitzprobe. While (according to Mr. Brown) the show will be around two hours long, the sitzprobe lasted from 1:30 to 6:00. Thats how much time it takes to tighten everything up between the singers and the musicians.

Sitting through the Sitzprobe

Jillian Margheim, Editorial Manager March 22, 2022

One of the most difficult performances a theatre department can pull off is a musical. Not only do students have to master acting and a set has to be built, like a normal play, but there're also singers,...

Junior Justin Valois performs a number with junior Grace Vigil while sophomores Emery Ishmael, Cirisa Engdahl, and Leea Beeker singing backup behind them as they rehearse for this years Varsity Blue showcase. The group is coming out of the shadow of the pandemic, which negatively impacted their performances for the past two years, to put on a showcase this Friday at 7 PM.

The Showcase Will Go On

March 18, 2022

Vocal performance isn't always the showiest of the arts. As Josh Bailey covered in his article about All-State Choir, vocal performance is mostly about technical ability to match pitch with others, both...

This is Grombo the Clown, who was seen walking around Frederick High on Tuesday to the joy--and sometimes horror--of students. Just why Grombo was at Frederick is a story as strange as the clown himself. We asked Grombo for a quote, but he apparently does not talk.

From Red Nosed to Red Faced

Makenzie Carpenter-Sais, Staff writer March 16, 2022

Yesterday, many Frederick students noticed something different. It may have been when they were coming out of the bathroom, walking the hall, or eating their lunch but they stopped once they saw it. The...

On March 12, 2022, Frederick High School will partner with the Carbon Valley Help Center to host an event for the Empty Bowls Project. The Empty Bowls Project was started to support anyone in need of assistance. This is an annual event that has proven to be successful at helping those in need. We have served over 800 people this year, which is a 26.6% increase compared to the same time last year, reads the Carbon Valley Help Center website.

Frederick High to Host Empty Bowls Event

Owen Willis, Staff Writer March 7, 2022

Teenagers know that there is nothing worse than an empty bowl. It means you've run out of chips or popcorn or cereal (unless you eat it straight out of the box, which seems to be a disturbingly common...

The Mixed Choir, led by Dr. Powell, performs during the CHSAA Colorado All State Choir 2022 Festival.

The All-State Experience

Joshua Bailey, Staff Writer March 4, 2022

The Colorado CHSAA All-State Choir festival just wrapped up recently. While you may have seen videos of the balcony performance or the concert at the Buell Theatre, here is a behind-the-scenes look from...

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