• Senior Picnic, May 27th
  • Seniors' Last Day, May 25th
  • Last Day of School, June 3rd
  • Final Exams, May 28 - June 3

The Leaf

SIGN HERE. Last year, the spring show was “Into the Woods.” During one of the performances, the musical was shortened and ridded of any subject matter that is not kid friendly. It was deemed a “kids night” and after the show, the children could take pictures and get autographs from the characters.

Aves Theatre announces season

Sydney Weiss, Web Editor
August 20, 2018
BETTER TOGETHER. Working with such a small cast encourages students to become closer. After a year of being in class together, students usually have had a chance to get to know each other, but if not, student-directed one acts provide an opportunity to bond with students before the year ends. Generally, this is an especially valuable experience for seniors who will be moving on after graduation.

Students direct one act plays

Sydney Weiss, Social Media Director
February 16, 2018
PASSION. Swart’s love of music shines through in his senior photos.  Music has been important to Swart throughout his life. Swart plans to continue music in his future.

Music sparks Swart’s passion

Kirsten Thomas, Spotlight Chief
February 7, 2018
TECHNICOLOR. The musical will have lots of flashy, colorful elements. The show is known for having various types of music represented. The lighting and technical elements will be much bolder than those represented in other Aves Theatre productions.

Aves Theatre puts on dreamcoats

Sydney Weiss, Social Media Director
February 1, 2018
DAFFODILS. Last year’s spring production was “Big Fish.” The cast was comparable in size to that of

Aves Theatre springs into action

Sydney Weiss, Social Media Director
December 12, 2017
DREAM. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” posters are placed throughout the school. They also may be spotted at local businesses. “Come see the show!” Cohen said.

Aves Theatre opens show

Sydney Weiss, Social Media Director
October 25, 2017
SOUND IT OUT. Stage manager Sara Cohen, 12, directs all actions backstage by coordinating set changes on the ground, and through the fly system. “Although some people may think actors just act on stage, they also help out behind the scenes during tech. During set construction, we all work together to create the setting of the show,

Leaders behind curtains

Yasmine Guedira, News Chief
October 21, 2017
TURN IT UP. Each show has a dedicated crew that works hours to perfect the performance on stage. Senior Nitin Pauletti works behind the scenes to coordinate music, microphones, and the orchestra.“You are in charge of your own part, and if you didn't do it correctly, a lot of things could go wrong. I really like that aspect of importance,” Pauletti said.

Sounding it out

Yasmine Guedira, News Chief
October 17, 2017
Curtains up on Amanda Jensen

Curtains up on Amanda Jensen

Kirsten Thomas, Spotlight Chief
October 6, 2017
REHEARSE. Rehearsal for both shows is currently going on. As with any production, it takes copious amounts of rehearsal to perform. Set construction, costume design, and other technical aspects of the show are currently going on as well.

Aves Theatre plays games

Sydney Weiss, Social Media Director
October 3, 2017
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