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Making a name for herself on and off the stage

Senior Sarah O’Brien directs cast members in her choreography for “We Will Rock You: The Musical”, which would have been performed April 22-24 in the school theater.

Sophia Puentes, Staff Writer, Photographer

April 1, 2020

Cal High senior Sarah O’Brien has soared above and beyond in theater at and outside of school. O’Brien was first introduced to theater through school events and community productions when she was around eight years old. She continued to practice the arts in drama club and in theater...

Sister scandal = sayonara snake

Sister scandal = sayonara snake

Joshua Nichols, Staff Writer

May 29, 2019

I cannot believe I am using my talents to write this.  Now I’ll be honest, the only time I have ever watched anything James Charles is when it is being spoon fed to me, dank meme style on Twitter.  In case you were in a coma and you still don’t know who Charles is, then just remember...

Theater 4 goes Hollywood

From left to right. Erica D'Souza, Sarah O'Brien, Katelyn Reedy, and Alex Kerstetter goof around in the Theater 4 class.

Sierra Randel, Staff Writer

October 16, 2018

Lights, camera, action!  With the addition of a Theater Arts 4 class at Cal High, students passionate about drama can now pursue a more advanced level of acting and receive the opportunity to take acting classes in Hollywood. Unlike other theater classes offered at Cal, the new class allo...

One Pill Can Kill

One Pill Can Kill

April 19, 2012

By Nicole Pipp Staff Writer (P)harming, a Cal High original play brought attention to a widely unknown epidemic that is all too accessible to teens, prescription medication. The NCAPDA (National Coalition Against Prescription Drug Abuse) wanted to bring awareness to high schools about prescription...

A Very ’70s Midsummer Nights Dream

November 18, 2011

By Jen Hight Online Editor Although it’s no longer midsummer for Billy Shakes the super-bard, his dream still lives on at Cal High in Laura Wood’s production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” circa the 1970s. The production was just what the drama program needed to kick off the school year this week. William Shakespeare’s classic comedy was transforme...