The Theatre Department presented the play "Reckless". Congratulations to the talented cast and hardworking crew for sharing their performances with our Grauer community!
Grauer Theatre Department Presents The Play "Reckless"
From Erin Langen, Theatre Teacher: The Theatre Department presented the play "Reckless" on January 12 and January 13. We were so excited for our Grauer community to see our show. It was extra exciting for us to be performing in our beautiful Meyer Hall, and experiencing theatre in the round. I so admire the sincere talent of our cast and crew, and I’m proud of the passion they showed for the entire process. I truly have loved every second with them, and thank them, and their families for their dedication to this incredible department. It takes a village though, so I’d like to thank the entire Performing & Visual Arts Department, as well as our faculty and staff, for their collaboration and support for the show. We hope you enjoyed the show, and now on to the next performances!
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