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PN Drama Department Presents: “The Drowsy Chaperone”
Tickets on sale NOW at pndrama.org! Just three more performances – Thursday at 6pm (this is a student appreciation night – all student tickets are just $5, with adult general admission at the usual rate), Friday at 7:30pm and Saturday’s matinee at 2pm.
As a man sits in his apartment, he addresses the audience on the woes and wonders of live theatre. He decides to play for them his favorite record: the fictitious 1920’s musical, The Drowsy Chaperone. The musical literally comes to life in his apartment and we are thrown into the musical.
A wealthy widow, Mrs. Tottenham, (Sydney Dudley) is hosting the wedding of the year, but the bride-to-be and famous starlet, Janet Van de Graaff, (Rosie Coryell) would be leaving the stage for love to marry Robert (Ryan Daniel). Her anxious producer, Mr. Feldzieg (Max Case) does not want to lose his leading lady, so he hires a Latin lover named Aldolpho (Isaac Reid) to seduce the bride! Unfortunately, Janet’s chaperone (Audrey Everett) who is a washed up alcoholic diva, gets mistaken for the bride and seduced in Janet’s place. All the while, Feldzeig’s not so bright girlfriend, Kitty (Ashlyn Suloff), is waiting in the wings to take over for Janet. If this wasn’t enough mayhem, Feldzeig’s chief investor has sent gangsters disguised as pastry chefs (Hunter Pitsch, Charlie Marsh, Jason Koch and Jordan Bruner) to ensure he stops the wedding. It is up to the eager best man, George (Nico Weaver), to keep everything in place.
It is meta-theatre at its finest with a musical inside of a comedy. It is a playful, heartfelt, hilarious parody of the 1920’s musical comedies featuring a delightful jazz-age score, and a clever book which took home several Tony’s in 2006!
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Commemorative Brick Sale!
Here’s a fantastic opportunity to ‘Leave a Legacy, Brick by Brick’ on our new athletic campus — for families, alumni, community members and businesses, student organizations or clubs, sports teams, etc. You can also honor the memory of a loved one or maybe a beloved staff member with these personalized brick pavers.
We are proud that our students are a vital component in this brick campaign. Our business students have been a vital part of the design process, our marketing students will be practicing their skills out in the community, our website design class has designed and coded the order website, and our technical arts students will be engraving the actual bricks. We are very excited about the opportunity to include our students as we raise funds to beautify our campus with beautiful fixtures, lighting, banners, outdoor furniture etc, as the new athletic facilities come online, as well as bolster the departments and programs taking part. Please consider Leaving a Legacy, Brick by Brick, right here on Northern’s campus. Order at pnbricksale.com.
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Skyward Family Access
Students login with their firstname. lastname that matches their PPS email and their network password. If your student does not know or does not remember their password, they can check in at their grade office or see Brenda Marsh in the 3rd floor offices.
Parents, if you don’t know your password, here are easy instructions to reset:
1. Make sure your email is on file and up to date with your school. This should have been included with your enrollment information.
2. Navigate to skyward.portageps.org to access the log in screen.
3. Click on the “Forgot Password” link, which is just underneath the ‘Sign In’ button.
4. Enter the email you have on file with your school and click “submit”.
5. You will receive a link in your email inbox with a Login ID and instructions to reset your password.
If you have other questions about Skyward, please contact Brenda Marsh by email or call 323-5466.