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Hallie Gates and Keagan Kantor celebrate their performance after Mamma Mia. Im looking forward to seeing what show we pick..., and being an upperclassman, being able to be that leader that the underclassman look to for some advice, said Kantor.

Co-sponsors named for next musical

by Gabby Bingaman, Executive Producer
April 20, 2020
WCKY is a play about drama, mystery, crime, and romance. This show will keep you guessing the whole time. The cast has been practicing since September, but will it be enough? Meridian Drama will perform WCKY on Friday, November 15 and Saturday, November 16 at 7:00 pm.

The chaos of WCKY

by Karrigan True, Photographer
November 15, 2019
Come out and see the middle schools production of The Wizard Of Oz. I gave this show six out of ten on the D15 rating scale.

Following the yellow brick road

by Kyle Farmer, Executive Producer
March 29, 2019
One final curtain call. The seniors stand with their shadow boxes. The underclassmen worked all morning on these to prepare them for the senior sendoff. Were really like a family, and Im gonna miss that, says senior Jake Deetz.

Seniors take their final bow

by Sadie Scott, Editor-in-Chief
May 8, 2018
Take a bow! Meridian students involved in PERFORM take their bows after a performance of Seussical. Many students decide to do the program in addition to the schools show, sometimes even at the same time. Seussical will always hold a special place in my heart, says Ian Carnahan.

Plethora of PERFORM participants

by Sadie Scott, Editor-in-Chief
April 14, 2018
Very good, Yah?! Senior Kaiden Damery rehearses his role as Hansel with sophomore Claire Palmer. Both earned lead roles in the upcoming play. I wanted to be involved in another play before senior year was over, says Damery.

Speculating Spectaculathon

by Matthew Sander, Reporter
February 2, 2018
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