On both sides of the auditorium the nuns of Nonnberg Abby are lined up along the stairs inside the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center while Mother Abbess (Gennifer Murphy) leads them through their Vesper Song from front stage. They follow her off stage and Maria (Anna Cunningham) sings the lovely “Sound of Music” as she makes her way down the staircase and onto the stage where she immediately charms the audience with her lovely expression and voice.
Opening shot from the air: We see the Trinity Alps come into view. As the camera gets closer to the top of Weaver Bally, a young lady comes into view dressed in a postulant’s clothes spinning around, arms open wide, an exuberant expression on her face. “The Hills are alive with the sound of music,” she sings.
Trinity County Home School's kindergarten through sixth-grade students can't wait to act, dance and sing their way into your gardens and your hearts. On Thursday, March 19, the community is invited to watch them perform their musical "How Does Your Garden Grow?"
“Our Town” by Thornton Wilder is a synopsis of what Weaverville or Hayfork or any small town in North America might have been like in the early 20th century. Grover’s Corners encompasses the sentiments, nostalgia, neighboring and just daily life in general.
Trinity County Home School’s kindergarten through sixth-grade students can’t wait to act, dance and sing their way into your gardens and your hearts.
When nine American high school students enroll themselves in art school in Florence, Italy, little do they realize how their perspectives on life, love and art will be changed forever.
When nine American high school students enroll themselves in art school in Florence, Italy, little do they realize how their perspectives on life, love and art will be changed forever. Battling culture shock, bidets and homesickness is difficult enough, but add in summer romances, striking train workers, and a chaperone that disappeared five minutes into the trip and you have all the ingredients for a summer to remember.
“Our Town” performances are set for Thursday through Saturday, Feb. 26, 27, 28, and run a second weekend March 5, 6, 7, at Hayfork High School. There will be a final performance at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center in Weaverville on the following Saturday, March 14.
“In our town, everyone likes to know the facts about everyone.” Thornton Wilder wrote this telling line in the play, “Our Town,” the 2015 production of Hayfork High School’s Drama Class. This one line conveys the story of living in a small town and speaks to the intimacy, the growing pains, and the mortality of all small towns everywhere.