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“The Importance of Being Earnest” garners many laughs

“The Importance of Being Earnest” garners many laughs

By Max Tracy, Hawkeye staff
December 9
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Audience members young and old were entertained with the unique and satirical comedy at the drama department's production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" on Friday, Dec. 5 and Saturday, Dec. 6. Set in Victorian England, the play involves very different manners and language than that of today’s...

After delays, “Importance of Being Earnest” set to open Friday

After delays, “Importance of Being Earnest” set to open Friday

By Max Tracy, Hawkeye staff
December 3
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After initially being postponed, the MTHS Drama Department is set to perform “The Importance of Being Earnest” this Friday, Dec. 5 and Saturday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. on both days. This is the second drama production of the year and covers one of the best English comedies, written by Oscar Wilde. The...

Theatre sports team qualifies for Hogan Cup finals

Theatre sports team qualifies for Hogan Cup finals

By Max Tracy, Hawkeye staff
November 24
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The MTHS Theatre Sports team competed head to head with Woodinville HS on Friday, Nov. 21 at 7 p.m. in the theater. The whole theatre sports league is run by a company called Unexpected Productions that works in downtown Seattle. MTHS failed to win the matchup but they still had enough total points...

Students, staff to share their passions at tomorrow’s “Ignite Terrace”

Students, staff to share their passions at tomorrow’s “Ignite Terrace”

November 19
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Modeled after previous events in Seattle and other major cities, tomorrow's first ever "Ignite Terrace" is designed to allow students and staff the opportunity to talk about their passions and professional pursuits. Hosted by the MTHS Band Department, the event will begin at 7 p.m. in the MTHS band...

PHOTOS: 24th Jazz Symposium brings musicians together for fantastic day of music

PHOTOS: 24th Jazz Symposium brings musicians together for fantastic day of music

By Hannah Schuster, Hawkeye staff
November 4
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On Saturday, Oct, MTHS hosted its 24th annual Jazz Symposium. This all-day event involved the participation of twelve schools from the Edmonds School district. The students ranged from seventh to twelfth grade. Each band that attended performed as a whole to an audience consisting of parents, sup...

Derik Nelson showcases new and improved concert

Derik Nelson showcases new and improved concert

By Max Tracy, Hawkeye staff
October 14
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Despite the small audience, “Glee” guitarist Derik Nelson proved he was much more than just a guitarist and could easily put on an exciting performance when he performed at the theater last Friday, Oct. 10. Nelson came as part of his Take Chances Tour 2014, which aims to help benefit high school...

“Glee” guitarist Derik Nelson to perform Friday at MTHS

“Glee” guitarist Derik Nelson to perform Friday at MTHS

By Max Tracy, Hawkeye staff
October 9
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Derik Nelson is returning to MTHS for the second year in a row and will be performing in the theatre this Friday, Oct. 10th at 8:30 p.m. He comes here as part of his Take Chances Tour 2014 which fundraises and benefits high school performing arts programs. Last year Nelson came to MTHS on his 2013...

Art show draws huge crowd

Art show draws huge crowd

By Jaise Cubos, Hawkeye staff
October 9
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More than 1,000 people came to the Mountlake Terrace Library from Sept. 27 to Oct. 5, for the 36th annual Mountlake Terrace art show. Hosted by the Mountlake Terrace Arts Advisory Commission, event showcased over 470 entries and many different awards. On the final day, awards were given out for...

Drama department produces movement-based rendition of “Romeo and Juliet”

Drama department produces movement-based rendition of “Romeo and Juliet”

By Maxine Taylor and Max Tracy
October 3
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The “Romeo and Juliet” movement workshop, presented by the Drama Department on Sep. 25 and 26 was not only a success, but a crowd pleaser as well. The performers were more than happy with their efforts put in for the show and their fellow cast members’ ability to put on a good performance. “It...

MTHS Drama to put on special performance of “Romeo and Juliet” this Friday, Saturday

MTHS Drama to put on special performance of “Romeo and Juliet” this Friday, Saturday

By Maxine Taylor, Lifestyle Editor
September 25
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Most know the star-crossed lovers romance story that is "Romeo and Juliet." But the MTHS drama department is putting a twist on the timeless classic. With this movement workshop at MTHS, the drama department will showcase their performance with little to no words at all. “Well, first of all, it's...

Merlino’s epic fantasy wins literary award

Merlino’s epic fantasy wins literary award

By Maxine Taylor, Lifestyle Editor
September 24
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“A trickster rogue must break a curse put on his fate or die on his 19th birthday. To succeed he will need the sword of a friend, the aid of an immortal, and the power of a forbidden magic that could cost him the only girl he ever loved,” Humanities 11 teacher Stephen Merlino reads from his new epic...

How to be an involved student at Terrace

How to be an involved student at Terrace

By Maxine Taylor, Lifestyle Editor
September 5
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From the first audition, rehearsal, or meeting, you knew you were going to be committed. All those hours practicing, singing in the mirror, note after note again, because you had to be at your best. Then… “What about that Spanish test tomorrow?” And… “Oh, my sister’s birthday is next week!” ...

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