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Graduate Robisch makes Mice, a short film, with the help of theater students

Graduate Robisch makes Mice, a short film, with the help of theater students

by Cara Bond and Jacob Blue

January 6, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Fall 2018

On January 3, 4, and 5, alumni and former theater student Lincoln Robisch (Class of 2017), along with his film team from Towson University, gathered in the auditorium to begin filming for Robisch’s short film, Mice. Based on John Steinbeck’s acclaimed novel Of Mice and Men, Robisch’s film showcases...

After school tech theater meeting starts off fall season: Photo of the Day 9/22/18

After school tech theater meeting starts off fall season: Photo of the Day 9/22/18

by Cara Bond, Reporter

September 22, 2018


Filed under Fall 2018, Photo of the Day

On September 14, members of the stage crew for the fall play Almost, Maine met with actors in D101 for an informational meeting. At 2:30, Mrs. Angela Smithhisler, the director of the fall play, addressed the cast and crew as a whole. Smithhisler reviewed the expectations of a theater company with the s...

Drama announces “Almost, Maine” and “Beauty and the Beast”: Photo of the day 6/11/18

Drama announces “Almost, Maine” and “Beauty and the Beast”:  Photo of the day 6/11/18

by Natalie Roth, Reporter

June 11, 2018


Filed under News

On June 10, LHS drama lovers gathered in the school's auditorium for the one of the most exciting theater events of the year: the Drama Banquet. The night started out with 31 inductions into the ITS (International Thespian Society), then moved onto the actor vs. techie games. Here, selected members from each group are pitted against each othe...

Cast rehearses vocals for Footloose: Photo of the Day 3/23/2018

Cast rehearses vocals for Footloose: Photo of the Day 3/23/2018

by Asher Curtis, Reporter

March 23, 2018


Filed under Photo of the Day, Spring 2018

On March 23, the cast of Linganore’s production of Footloose gathered for another rehearsal after school. With the first performance only about a month away, the cast is getting ready for the final stretch.  The vocal group for the song “Let's Hear it for the Boy” worked with Mr. Damon Dye o...

Come see The Addams Family: Photo of the Day 4/6/17

Come see The Addams Family: Photo of the Day 4/6/17

by Madison Reeley, Reporter

April 6, 2017


Filed under Photo of the Day

  The LHS drama department has been hard at work on their latest production, The Addams Family. Tonight, April 6th at 7:00 p.m., is opening night for the event. Shows are also on April 7 at 7:00 p.m., April 8 at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., and April 9 at 2:00 p.m.   The show i...

Macy Armagost performs her heart out on the stage

Macy Armagost performs her heart out on the stage

by Emma Wynkoop, Reporter

January 20, 2017


Filed under #Lancer of the Week, Showcase, Spring 2017

What do Ariel, Louisa Von Trapp, and Tessie Hutchison have in common? They've all  been brought to life by sophomore Macy Armagost. Macy has been in eight local shows so far, and has taken several years of vocal lessons. She's performed with a local community theatre, Spotlight Musical Theatre as well as Linganore s...

One-act play awakens audience to a thespian’s greatest fear: “The Actor’s Nightmare”

One-act play awakens audience to a thespian’s greatest fear: “The Actor’s Nightmare”

by Emma Wynkoop, Reporter

November 10, 2016


Filed under Fall 2016, Features, Showcase

Imagine waking up and being thrown on stage in front of a massive audience, forced perform a show you've never heard of. This scenario is the reality of accountant George Spelvin, played by senior Garrett Wiehler, in Linganore's fall drama, "The Actor's Nightmare." The second of the three one-a...

Drama shows audiences the lottery you never want to win

Drama shows audiences the lottery you never want to win

by Emma Wynkoop, Reporter

November 10, 2016


Filed under Fall 2016, Features, Showcase

What comes to mind when you think of winning the lottery? Fortune, happiness, glory? In the drama department's production of "The Lottery", winning brings the exact opposite. The final of the three one-act shows in The Nightmare Zone, "The Lottery" presents a small town in an ambiguous time per...

Howard’s acting gives new meaning to phrase “It’s all in your head”

Howard’s acting gives new meaning to phrase “It’s all in your head”

by Emma Wynkoop, Reporter

November 9, 2016


Filed under Fall 2016, Features, Showcase

How many times have we heard these phrases in our lives? "It's all in your head." "Life's what you make of it." "We create our own problems." In Linganore Drama's production of Mind Games, a one-act play, part of the larger themed night The Nightmare Zone, senior Lincoln Robisch plays a therapist...

Nightmare Zone performed in the light of day: Photo of the Day 11/9/2016

Nightmare Zone performed in the light of day: Photo of the Day 11/9/2016

by Alicia Nasto, Editor-In-Chief

November 9, 2016


Filed under Fall 2016, Photo of the Day, Showcase

Drama students have been working day and night to put on the 2016 fall play, The Nightmare Zone. They have just gotten through a exhausting "tech week," where students stay after school until 8:30 p.m. to practice and perfect the show the week before they perform. Today was the first official performa...

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