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Colton High’s theatre students bringing new production for 2018

Isaac Trujillo, Reporter

February 27, 2018

Attention Colton High students, if you love theatre look at this! Colton High School is hosting its last production for the 2017-2018 year, as it will end with a musical bang, airing on March 8th, 9th, and 10th. Current Cast member will have tickets ready for Pre-sale for $5 other wise...

Arsenic and Old Lace

Carmela Lucero, Special to the Pepperbough

December 1, 2017

A play telling the endeavors of two aunts and nephews who would murder those who crossed their paths, further leading them to bury their victims in their basement. The acting of this play was on par, as Ms.Aldrich said right after i...

Addams family visits Colton High

Eric Chavez, Reporter

March 16, 2015

They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky, they're altogether ooky, and they're here at Colton High, the Addams family! Who doesn't love this abnormal family that America first met on the pages of New Yorker m...

Charlotte’s Web a hit; Aldrich and drama team does it again!

Eric Chavez, Reporter

October 16, 2014

Charlotte’s Web has come to the Whitmer Auditorium and never before has this childhood classic been seen in such a joyful way. From the cast to the great costumes, this play is great. We see all of our favorite characters come t...

“The Hundred Dresses” musical a smash success

Christian Morales, Reporter

March 20, 2014

From March 13th to 15th, this year’s spring musical production, “The Hundred Dresses”, written by Ralph Covert & G. Riley Mills, was a success, filling the audience’s hearts with joy but also with tears. Director ...

“Backstage” hits a comedy home run at the Whitmer

Ivy Levan, Reporter

October 17, 2013

Sometimes there’s more drama going on backstage than the theatrics on stage.  Case in point: the fall school drama production. “Backstage.”written by Pat Cook, was certainly a witty, histrionic, and unpredictable play....

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