THE NATIONAL PLAYERS RETURN TO THE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER IN A TALE OF TWO CITIES
The National Players return to the Warsaw Performing Arts Center to present one of the most often read and beloved works in the literary canon, A Tale of Two Cities. This professional group will bring this
Charles Dickens beloved story to life on stage March 24 at 7:00 pm at the Warsaw Performing Arts
Center. The National Players will hone in on the duality of divergent worlds, retelling Dickens’ classic
with the undeniable and surprising theatricality that has become a National Players trademark. Rooted
in the personal and societal violence that inspired the French Revolution, A Tale of Two Cities will surely
captivate. This show sponsored by the Kosciusko Community Foundation and the Warsaw Community
School PTO. Tickets are $5.00 and available at the Warsaw Performing Arts Center Box office or by
You can also get your tickets and choose your seats online at
www.ataleoftwocities.brownpapertickets.com/ Don’t wait, get your tickets today!
The WCHS Orchestra had 18 students participate in ISSMA Solo and Ensemble Contest Saturday, January 30. These students entered a total of 10 events. 9 events received gold ratings and one event received a silver rating.
Students receiving gold ratings in Group 1 events and advancing to State contest in Indianapolis:
James Chan, violin solo
Lydia Harrison, cello solo
Analiese Helms, violin solo
Analiese Helms, viola solo
Violin and Viola Trio: James Chan, Noah Diaz and Analiese Helms
Students receiving gold ratings in Groups 2 and 3:
Natalie Lindquist, violin solo
Nathaniel Wise, cello solo
Quintet: Carrie Elliott, Morgan Hooks, Natalie Lindquist, Keagan Rice and Nathaniel Wise
Large String Ensemble: Katlynn Brower, James Chan, Madison Chew, Noah Diaz, Morgen Fuentes, Lydia Harrison, Analiese Helms, Marie Hoover and Juan Terrazas
Bass Trio substitute: Nathaniel Wise
Students receiving silver ratings in Group 3:
Quartet: Chase Byron, Emily Kitson, Kyla Smith and Mackenzie Connolly
Congratulations to all of these orchestra students for representing Warsaw High School so well!
The WCHS Drama Dept. will present An Evening of One Act plays on Feb. 11th at 7:00 in the PAC auditorium. These 6, very diverse, plays have been directed by some juniors and seniors in the Theatre Dept and the 60+ students involved are letting their talents shine. This will be an extremely enjoyable evening with plays about people who meet in a subway station, the effects of the Word Trade Center attacks, test anxiety, the personalities of people involved in theatre, a murder mystery on a train, a the humorous struggles of a family.
Tickets are $5.00 at the door and it promises to be an entertaining evening.