BRAVO TO THE CAST & CREW OF THE 2015 HS SENIOR PLAY, BONE CHILLER!
Article and Photos by HS Senior Intern, Jamie Aranoff
Over 100 high school seniors participated in the annual Senior Play - the most student participation cited to-date on record! The thrilling play calledBone Chiller was written by Samuel French, and kept the audience on their feet with numerous hilarious skits that made everyone in the audience laugh out loud! After working tirelessly for weeks, the all senior run show was a big success!
“I really enjoyed being part of the production. Everyone bonded together and we are so proud of our work” mentioned one student. Another senior commented, “I’ve been a part of several shows here at the high school, but this one was by far my favorite!”
Co-Directors Sam Livigni and Jeremy Lipton motivated, taught, and enlivened everyone that took part in the show. Overall, the play was a tremendous accomplishment for all of the students involved. Traditionally, not only high school theatrical students participate but all those who want to take the stage are welcome (including Viking senior athletes!) This experience helps students not only broaden their performance skills, but encourages seniors to collaborate together and bond as a class. Not to mention, get over their stage fright!
Congratulations go out to the Class of 2015!
Photo Caption: Article and Photos by HS Senior Intern, Jamie Aranoff Pictured are North Shore High School seniors who recently performed in a thrilling play titled Bone Chiller. This production was written, directed, and acted by all North Shore seniors!