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Just So: Just So: Woodgrove Drama Plans their Fall Musical

Just So: Just So: Woodgrove Drama Plans their Fall Musical

Written by Rebecca Faletti and Meghan Dunster

October 25, 2018


Filed under Local News, News, Student News, Top Stories

The Woodgrove Drama department is kicking off their season with a relatively unknown show: Just So, a Drewe and Stiles musical adaptation of Rudyard Kipling’s short stories. It’s unusual for the fall show to be a musical, but this particular change was the result of a reaction of the students to...

Woodgrove Theater Frights and Delights with ‘‘The Addams Family”

Woodgrove Theater Frights and Delights with ‘‘The Addams Family”

Written by Dominique Cruz, Rebecca Faletti, and Dillon Holdrigde

May 22, 2018


Filed under Features

The Woodgrove Theatre department brings the Addams Family to life in their latest annual spring performance. The Addams Family, a ghoulish, yet comical musical directed by David Noland, renders an American family with an attraction for everything grotesque. As the curtains separate, the audience is...

Official Cappies Review of Woodgrove’s The Addams Family

Official Cappies Review of Woodgrove’s The Addams Family

Written by Special to the Woodgrove Outlander: TT Weidenkopf

May 21, 2018


Filed under Features

The Addams family is one of the most beloved and successful TV families in America, having been made into several movies, a TV show and a musical. Written by Andrew Lippa, the show was first performed in 2010 on Broadway.  Woodgrove High Schools rendition of this delightfully horrifying show dazzled...

Official Cappies Review of Woodgrove’s The Addams Family

Official Cappies Review of Woodgrove’s The Addams Family

Written by Special to the Woodgrove Outlander: Leah Incan

May 21, 2018


Filed under Features

Badadadum snap snap badadadum snap snap badadadum badadadum badadadum snap snap. Sound familiar? Then you must be a fan of the gruesomely wonderful Addams Family. The family everyone grew to love and enjoy was turned into a musical with music by Andrew Lippa and the book created by Marshall Brickman and R...

Woodgrove Arts Begin the Year With Striking Success

Woodgrove Arts Begin the Year With Striking Success

Written by Rebecca Faletti and Bridget Vasta

December 14, 2017


Filed under Features, News, Top Stories

DRAMA The Woodgrove drama department has begun the year with astounding success. The Purcellville Town Council voted to honor them with the 2017 National Youth Arts Award, and with two shows under their belt and more on the way, the preparations are well underway for a successful year for the performing...

Woodgrove Presents “Beauty and the Beast”

Woodgrove Presents “Beauty and the Beast”

Written by Rachel Tapia

April 21, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

The Woodgrove High School Theatre department will be presenting “Beauty and the Beast” on April 21, 22, 28, 29 at 7 PM and on April 22 and 29 at 2 PM. Woodgrove High School will also host a “Tea with Belle” at 12:30-1:15 on April 22. The Tea with Belle will have a $15 fee which includes a mati...

Fine Arts Ends Winter with a Bang

Fine Arts Ends Winter with a Bang

Written by Rebecca Falleti, Brady Reynolds, and Bridget Vasta

March 28, 2017


Filed under Features

Drama The Drowsy Chaperone The musical ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’ was performed in the last two weekends of January as a class play. It contained a show within a show, as a full production. This play was produced by the musical theater class, with all rehearsals being in school during class. Senior Eric...

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