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Leahy bends down for a kiss.

Sophomore Gavin Leahy proves passionate for theatre

Lauren Bianco and Mia Merchant, staff reporters
January 24, 2018

  Animated voices echo through the halls of Interlochen Center for the Arts.  These passionate students are hard at work honing their crafts in all forms of art. Sophomore Gavin Leahy, an aspiring...

CHUCKLING CHUCK: Writing and performing his comedy skits in Original Comedy, a speech event, Quinn takes on the roles of Sex Drive from “Lipstick Stains on My Left Side Brain. Quinn has participated in various performances at South.

Quinn expresses passion for acting, explores professional opportunities

Imra Tajuddin, staff reporter
February 5, 2016

For many South students, theatre is their passion, and some venture into opportunities beyond school activities. Senior Chuck Quinn IV acts professionally outside of school and has been doing so since...

Duca dazzles in jazz singer role for FOX’s Empire

John Park, staff reporter
February 5, 2016

On a dimly lit nightclub stage, a band starts to play a soothing, jazzy tune. A couple measures in, a dulcet voice begins to sing a melody and creates an atmosphere that invites the club’s audience back...

Olen documents acting with Asperger’s

December 18, 2015

When senior Connor Olen steps out onto the auditorium stage in front of the bright lights and eager crowd, he is transformed. He is no longer Connor Olen, but rather ‘Cheever’ in South’s production...

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