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Cast offers insight on the production of Little Shop of Horrors

Cast offers insight on the production of “Little Shop of Horrors”

Nubia Rodriguez, Reporter
April 19, 2024

“Little Shop Of Horrors,” a horror comedy rock musical, hit the stage at Seward County Community College. Student preview night took place on April...

These talented actors stood in formation as they sang a variety of songs. From singing about the exciting bee to having one actor singing about knowing six languages, there were a variety of great performances given.

SCCC puts on musical for the first time in two years

Dani Arellano, Multimedia Editor
April 25, 2022

From hearing the crowd buzz with laughter, gasp in shock, and cheer with exuberance; it is no big surprise to announce that this year’s play at Seward...

This years musical is called “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” and it is the first musical since the COVID-19 pandemic. The musical will be shown on April 21-23 at 7 p.m. Tickets are being sold for $10; however, if you are a student you can get one free ticket by using their student ID.

Lights, Camera, Action

Melvin Le, Copy Editor
April 19, 2022

“The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee'' follows a group of middle schoolers participating in a spelling bee where they learn to overcome the anxiety...

Seward County Community College will be bringing the animated adaptation of The Little Mermaid to the SCCC showcase theatre on April 5, 6 and 7. Community member, David Adams will be playing King Triton and SCCC bookstore Associate Madelyn Sander, will be playing Ariel.

Reclaim your childhood, enchant your adulthood

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor
April 2, 2019 Annette Meza Get on stage and experience a scene with SCCC's theatre department with a 360 view. (rotate...

Rosa Strydom is the scenery designer for the SCCC Spring musical, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” Strydom has been working on the scene as a part of work-study, but has spent countless hours of her own perfecting everything.

Rosa Strydom: The girl behind the set

Alondra Trevizo, Reporter
April 13, 2018

It’s opening night for the drama and music departments spring production: “You’re a good man, Charlie Brown.” Months of behind-the-scenes prep...

Members of the cast for “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, perform the title song in Act I of the musical during rehearsals. Opening night is Friday, April 13.

SCCC presents You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown

Angelica Alfaro, Club Reporter
April 11, 2018

"You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown" is coming to Seward County Community College. The drama and music department will be presenting the spring musical...

Review: Sister Act provides a great time

Review: Sister Act provides a great time

David Gomez, Reporter
April 7, 2017

In the Seward County Community College performance of the musical Sister Act leading roles are Amira Coleman as Deloris Van Cartier and Lisa Bergman as...

The nuns welcome Deloris into their church. Deloris is only there to hide away from Vince.

Sister Act debuts Thursday

April 4, 2017

The Divine Musical Comedy Sister Act the Musical will be presented by the SCCC Music and Theatre Departments. The musical will be performed on April 6,...

Musical needs singers, actors

January 13, 2017

SCCC music and theatre departments will bring to the stage, "Sister Act," as the spring musical. But first, they need singers, actors and all kinds of...

Spring musical joins Shakespeare and ‘Star Trek’

Spring musical joins Shakespeare and ‘Star Trek’

February 5, 2015
Award winning musical “Return to the Forbidden Planet,” which organizers say will include an “8 foot octopus and a robot on rollerskates,” will be presented by the Seward County Community College theatre department.
Brent Harris tells students of the full-body mechanism he is connected to for the role of “Scar.” He wears a large mask, tail, and many wires and hand controls that together, weigh around 40 pounds.

Dynamic lighting sets tone for “Lion King” scenes

September 13, 2012
Darkness is everywhere and everything is silent. Then a dim blue light begins in the horizon that slowly changes to purple.
Actors Brent Harris and Rashada Dawan pose with Seward students after the “Lion King” performance. Harris played “Scar,” who is Mufasa’s brother and Simba’s uncle. Dawan played “Shenzi,” the female hyena, as well as on of the legs of the elephant in the opening song of “Circle of Life.”

“The Lion King” leaves lasting impression on Seward students and faculty

September 13, 2012
From the opening note of “The Circle of Life” by the character of Rafiki, the Broadway Across America group performing “The Lion King” awed the students and faculty of Seward County Community College.
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