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EHS places second at Big East Cheering Competition

first_imgEllsworth cheerleaders Morgan Barkhouse, Emma Sweeney and Maddy Harmon hold up Kayla Perry in the team’s performance at Saturday’s Big East Cheering Competition at Ellsworth High School. Ellsworth placed second of 10 teams with 126.6 points.PHOTO BY SALLY HUTCHINSELLSWORTH — Ellsworth placed second of 10 teams with 126.6 points at Saturday’s Big East Cheering Competition at Ellsworth High School.Hermon took first with 132 points, and Hampden placed third with 115.4.“We felt our girls had a great performance,” Ellsworth coach Melanie Fox said. “There is still a margin for a little improvement, and we’re looking forward to a successful season.”Ellsworth cheerleaders include Morgan Barkhouse, Emma Sweeney, Maddy Harmon, Kayla Perry, Victoria Page-Jackson, Emily Young, Maya McCabe, Sierra Firley, Chantal Ouellette, Lindsay Bland, Emily Bridges-Myrick, Kailee Kimball, Molly McCarthy, Hailey McCabe, Piper Hardison and coaches Fox and Kathryn Dickens.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

Capital to witness EXCITING PLAYS

first_imgThe Summer Theatre Festival at Shri Ram Centre for Performing Arts (SRCPA) is back again with its exciting bouquet of well acclaimed, award-winning productions along with great opening shows for Delhi theatre lovers. The festival is scheduled to be staged on June 8-16, at Shri Ram Centre for Performing Arts (SRCPA), New Delhi.Raising the bar in creativity, while offering a fine blend of contemporary and traditional genres, the festival in Delhi will be kicking off with Girish Karad’s ‘Tughlaq’, followed by ‘Meeta Ki Kahani’ by renowned playwright Vijay Tendulkar, ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ directed by famous Feisal Alkazi (an adaptation of Charles Dickens), and many more fun-to-watch plays. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe festival will bring the theatre plays which have been done before too, however presenting them again with an equal zeal is the strength of the performers, assures Sameep Singh, Repertory Chief, SRCPA. He says, “Each play is rehearsed with 100% honesty to recreate the magic on the stage. Actors have undergone regular physical training and literary sessions to live up to the character.” “The audience applaud is what we all look forward too. Since the festival has been an integral part of the SRCPA events, I feel glad to see patrons revisiting the plays bringing along new audience too,” he added. Talking about the plays to be staged, Hemant Bharatram, Executive Vice President SRCPA informs that enriching the vibe of theatre in the cultural arena of the Capital, the theatre organisation will bring selected plays in this nine-day long event, showcasing all genres from dark comedy, romance to contemporary issues.”last_img read more