Taste of Nashoba
Taste of Nashoba is coming up on March 22nd. It benefits the Nashoba Valley Scholarship Fund as well as other area organizations including the G-D Athletic Boosters.
This year, the Athletic Boosters will receive $5 from each ticket that is purchased through our own special Paypal link. Tickets purchased through Paypal are $26 and will be held at the door.
The link can also be found on our website at www.gdathleticboosters.org
Taste of Nashoba Flyer
Women's History Month Event (March 16th at 7:00pm at the High School)
Lisa Wong was the first Asian American female mayor in Massachusetts and the youngest female every elected in the state. She will be speaking about three generations of women spanning from China to the United States. Join us to learn about her story and stories of prior generations of women leaders whose selfless acts inspired her call to public service.
By Celeste Vandermillen
Production is in full swing for Drama Guild’s rendition of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. In this comedy, Hero (Zarah Durst, ‘18) and Claudio (Calvin Parker, ‘18) are happy together. Meanwhile, Benedick (Matt Murch, ‘16) and Beatrice (Emily Olson, ‘16) are constantly bickering. As friends of these characters try to bring people together, villains do their best to ruin plans and cause mayhem. GD’s version of the story will have a sitcom-style setting and is sure to be a success!
Actors auditioned before February vacation, shortly after the Festival of One-Act Plays, and the cast of eighteen actors was determined. After returning from the break, rehearsals and tech meetings were soon underway. Student stage managers, lighting and sound designers, set builders, painters, decorators, costume and prop managers, and stage crew members are all working to perfect the technical aspects of the show.
The production is being directed by Mr. Hoffman and assistant directed by Nick Pellizzari (‘16). Shows are on Friday, April 8 at 7 P.M. and Saturday, April 9 with two shows at 2 P.M. and 7 P.M. in the GDRHS Black Box Theatre. Tickets are $10 general admission and $8 for students and seniors. Don’t miss it!