HHS Visual Arts students will be displaying and offering for
purchase, original art in the Commons area. Half the proceeds from the
sale of student artwork will go to the student/artist. The remaining
funds will be donated to the HHS Theatre for
the stage curtain fund. Art students will also be on hand to discuss their work and to paint childrens faces.
Performances will include: The Fifteen Minute Hamlet, by Tom
Stoppard, a short version of Shakespeares Hamlet; "Dont
Worry, Be Happy" (Bobby McFerrin), performed by HHS Singers; "Caro Mio
ben" (Giuseppe Giordani), solo performance by Adam Zacher; "Come to Me
O My Love" (Allan Robert Petker), performed by HHS Concert Choir;
"Broken Vow" (Josh Groban, arranged by David Foster), solo performance
by Brad Taylor; "The Lord Bless You and Keep You" (Peter C. Lutkin),
performed by HHS Singers; "Sonata in A Minor" (Marcello), Bass Clarinet
Solo by Danielle Carbonneau; "On the Wings of Swallows" (Michael
Sweeney), HHS Saxophone Ensemble; "Concerto in Eb Major" (Joseph
Hayden), Trumpet Solo by Zack
Nyein; and "Bohemian Rhapsody" (Freddie Mercury), HHS Wind Ensemble.
This event has been arranged as a fundraising effort so Heritage may
purchase new stage curtains to replace the old curtains, which have
suffered a great deal of wear over the years. The established
fundraising goal is $10,000.
As a bonus, local artist, Boone Gray, December, 2003 HHS graduate, will open our evening with astorytelling selection.
The event is Tuesday, April 24. Performances and art displays will begin at 7 p.m., and will conclude at 9 p.m. Tickets, which are $5, will be on sale at the door beginning at 6:30 p.m.
For questions, call Katie Amspaugh at 984-8110.