Senior Marcarious Amoah and Junior Josie Ringhofer acting out a scene between their characters: Prince Charming and Cinderella. (Alex Vigil)
Senior Marcarious Amoah and Junior Josie Ringhofer acting out a scene between their characters: Prince Charming and Cinderella.

Alex Vigil

Game of Tiaras

NUHS Spring play in the works!

March 2, 2022

The body count mounts when the blood and gore of Game Thrones meets the magical world of Disney Princesses.

This spring, Game of Tiaras takes the stage at NUHS. Directed by Carissa Cowles, this hilarious tragedy combines the magical world of Disney Princesses with the gut-wrenching plot twists of Game of Thrones. “I picked Game of Tiaras because I thought it was hilarious and the cast would really enjoy performing it,” Cowles said.

The show consists of 45 students between the cast and the crew. In the past, shows have had smaller casts, but after the Fall musical “Bye Bye Birdie,” more students have been interested in theatre.

“It’s been a good challenge to work with so many people. It’s been great getting to know everyone and learning how to be a better director in the process,” Cowles said.

In addition to the crew, the Intro to Theatre classes have been helping to make the show a success. The classes take place sixth and seventh hours. “The classes have been helping with the set, costumes, and props. It takes a significant amount of weight off my shoulders. Many hands make light work,” Cowles said.

Bird’s eye view from the catwalk.

 

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