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Theater production at FHS


Theater production at FHS


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Thanks to theater arts teacher Tiffany Polasek (front center), students can now select theatre production class as an elective and fine arts credit at Floresville High school. The class is divided into five different production committees: marketing, scene design, pre/post show, hair/makeup, and costuming. The imagination and commitment of this brilliant group of students will bring Floresville two show adaptations, all produced and orchestrated by the class, in December and May of this school year.

Students in the class are Juan Pinto, Jeremy Sanders, Joshua Childers, Reagan Middleton, Serena Servantes, Meghan Pairett, Loren Moreno, Brittany Andersen, Brielle Brown, Jacqueline Gandara-Valderas, Gretchen Lerich, Courtenay Haag, Katelyn Norris, Jewel Jimenez, Elizabeth Eckert, Devin Henke, Taylon Zoeller, Katelyn Lopez, Angelia Gonzalez-Diaz, Glory Fite, Damariz Rocha, Evelyn Roberts, Ashley Spencer, Alyssa Gomez, Shelby Dunford, Lauren Ackley, Jessica Kiolbassa, Irassema Alvarado, and Isabella Martinez.
 

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