Senior Edition: 2017
Pippin, Drowsy Chaperone top stage favorites

 

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Throughout the years, the Kings Theatre department has put on incredible shows. We asked the graduating class of 2017 what their favorite production was, with the top 5 resulting in Pippin, The Drowsy Chaperone, Beauty and the Beast, Almost, Maine, and Much Ado About Nothing. You can see which of our survey respondent  love which productions inside … Continue reading

Spring 2017
 KHS showcases talent

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Students hit the stage Monday night at 6pm in the second annual talent show at Kings. A wide variety of talents were showcased such as such as singing, interpretive dancing, acoustic guitar playing, piano and cello were also featured. The night concluded with Erin Ryan and Claire Galberg taking first place for their performance of an instrumental duet. Tianna Onnen and Adriann Bruemmer took second after singing together.

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Winter 2017
 Student Art picked for display

Seven KHS Digital Media Arts students have been chosen to display their art for the “Artist Reaching Classrooms” exhibition at the Cincinnati and Hamilton County Public Library on April 12.

There will be one winner of a $200 gift card from each of the twelve schools that have entered their art; One People’s Choice Award winner of a $200 gift card; One award for “Best Artist Statement” winner and three top awards from the overall exhibition receiving Apple supplies such as iPads and Computers.  Continue reading

Film Review
‘A Cure for Wellness’

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A Cure for Wellness is a 2017 psychological thriller directed by Gore Verbinski, the creative mind behind famous films such as The Ring and Pirates of the Caribbean.

A Cure for Wellness starts with a young Wall Street stockbroker named Lockhart, who sent to find his company’s CEO, Pembroke, after he disappears to a mysterious “wellness center” in the Swiss Alps.  Continue reading

Winter 2017
Stage Debut: ‘Knight on Broadway’

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“Knight on Broadway” made its debut Saturday night on the KHS stage. The fundraising production, student-directed by senior Morgan Reece and junior Dane Doebereiner, featured songs from famous Broadway shows such as: Oklahoma, Wicked, Phantom of the Opera, Next to Normal, and Hamilton. Joining Reece and Doebereiner onstage were Jillian Krynock, Amy Helms, Skyler Reisinger, Addie Collins, Ansley Taylor, Shelby Malburg, Kaeli Halliman, Danae Hruska, and Zoe Fitzgerald-Kidwell.

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Winter 2017
Scholastics showcase artwork

Kings High School students recently submitted their artwork to the Regional Scholastics Competition. A wide array of paintings, drawings, photographs, and digital media images were submitted, and 23 students received awards. Students can be awarded a Gold Key, Silver Key, or an honorable mention. A Gold Key is the highest award offered and those who receive one are entered into the National round. If the Gold Key winner receives an award from the National level, they are invited to New York City for an award ceremony.   Continue reading

Holiday Issue: 2016
KHS stage star Reece eyes Broadway

 

In the Kings High School hallways, one could see a diverse range of teenagers who love the extracurricular activities that they are involved in. One young woman in particular stands out, with a voice that has captivated audiences for most of her life. Morgan Reece, an 18-year-old senior, lives for a life on stage.

“I have sung ever since I was little,” Reece said. “I just love how it can take you into another world and escape reality for a while.”  Continue reading