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Year’s last production wins big with audience

Year’s last production wins big with audience

By Maxine Taylor, Lifestyle Editor
June 2
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  After months of preparation and hard work put in by each cast member, the director, technicians, and set builders, the last performance of the year, "Noises Off" went off as a big hit. The ‘play within a play’ was pulled off in just the nick of time in order to perform it May 29-31...

Meadows’ masterpieces

Meadows’ masterpieces

By Erin Hyatt
May 12
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Whether it be drawing in class, painting her favorite actors, or exploring the world of special effects makeup, freshman Megan Meadows surpasses expectations with her artistic expertise. A two-time winner of the Scholastic Art Contest, Meadows has been recognized statewide for her imaginative talent,...

Antitheus’ beginning

Antitheus’ beginning

By Beza Ayele
May 12
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MTHS has a plethora of bands that come together and and preform original music. A band that many may not have heard of is a heavy metal band that goes by the name of Antitheus, made up of MTHS senior Erick Goin and junior Ethan Hyatt, and MTHS alumni Jason Layne and Nolan Head, along with Edmonds Woodway...

Theatre sports to hold comedy night today, tomorrow

Theatre sports to hold comedy night today, tomorrow

By Stephi Smith
May 2
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The MTHS theatre sports team is putting on a comedy improv night in the MTHS Theater, taking place today and tomorrow at 7 p.m. The performers include students from this year’s team as well as those who were chosen as members of next year’s team. For $5, attendees will get to see a performance...

Bands arrive at “the happiest place on Earth”

Bands arrive at “the happiest place on Earth”

By Stephi Smith
April 3
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All four MTHS bands arrived in Anaheim, Calif. on Thursday at approximately 1 p.m. to perform a concert at the Big Thunder Jamboree Stage on Friday on April 4. The traveling party consisted of 59 band students. The Wind Ensemble will perform at 11:55 a.m., while the Jazz Ensembles' performance is sch...

Band plays sendoff to Disneyland, tribute to Jackson

Band plays sendoff to Disneyland, tribute to Jackson

By Nick Fiorillo
April 1
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It was no ordinary concert. That's for sure. It has been an exciting, intense and saddening couple of weeks for the bands at MTHS. Jazz 1 members were excited from their third place finish at Swing Central jazz festival in Savannah, Ga. Other band members were excited for their upcoming trip to Disneyland....

Leppich shows true expression in music

Leppich shows true expression in music

By Shannon Beaumont
March 18
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He’s played gigs, he’s traveled and he’s won awards, yet Ryan Leppich is just a junior, making his way like everybody else, only he uses his passion for drums as a guide. Drumming wasn’t his musical beginning, however. In the 5th grade, Leppich was told to pick an instrument and was drawn...

TK Tuesdays: Jennings – a versatile aspiring artist

TK Tuesdays: Jennings – a versatile aspiring artist

By TK Johnson
March 11
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Even though spring sports are just starting up, and I'm primarily a sports writer, I decided to write something that has very little if anything to do with sports. Brandon Jennings is currently in his junior year. You may not see him that much since he is only at the school for three periods, and...

EWHS, MTHS vocalists take top spots in Terrace Idol finale

EWHS, MTHS vocalists take top spots in Terrace Idol finale

By TK Johnson
February 19
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[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text] The voices of MTHS were well represented at Wednesday's final round of Terrace Idol 2014, with MTHS freshman Maddy Caiola taking home one of the top titles. Two awards were given to the top singers. The judges' pick was awarded to Caitlin Yanos from Edmonds-Woodway...

‘Spy spoof’ musical to premiere tomorrow

‘Spy spoof’ musical to premiere tomorrow

By Maxine Taylor
January 14
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This year's MTHS drama program musical “Sympathy Jones,” is set to play Jan. 15 through 18 at 7 p.m. in the MTHS Theater. General Admission is $10 and $8 with ASB card, Senior Citizens, and children 13 and under to enjoy the performance. Director Jeanie Brzovic said she was excited about the...

Inspirational play “The Miracle Worker” lives up to expectations

By Maxine Taylor
November 26
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[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text] The first show of the year, “The Miracle Worker” gathered many students and families to the MTHS theater every evening at 7pm, Nov. 21, 22, and 23, to enjoy the story of Helen Keller. The performance began with Captain Keller, played by seni...

Hilarious Hellcats get the crowd howling, win the Hogan Cup

Hilarious Hellcats get the crowd howling, win the Hogan Cup

By Isaac Otis, Managing Editor
November 8
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On Wednesday night, the MTHS theater sports team Hellcats hosted and faced off against Inglemoore HS in the Hogan Cup, an improvisation competition created to challenge drama students.  This is an intense competition where the teams act out difficult improvisation skits to make the audience laugh and e...

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