Jacket Company Performance at Heidelberg University, May 4th at 8:00pm

UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who came out to the JC performance at this past Sunday at Heidelberg University. And a BIG THANK YOU to Dr. Daniel Clark and the Singing Collegians for performing with us… especially considering it was exam week! Hopefully we can perform with you again when you are not bogged down by exams!

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As you can tell by the long title, the Jacket Company will be giving a FREE performance in the Ohl Concert Hall at Heidelberg University on Sunday, May 4th at 8:00pm (which, believe it or not, is already THIS Sunday!) We will even be joined by the Heidelberg Collegians, who will perform a brief concert before ours!

The JC normally gives a free ‘end of the year’ concert somewhere in the Tiffin area, and we are very grateful to the Heidelberg University School of Music & Theatre for allowing us to use their performance hall this year!

The performance is FREE and open to the public, however, we will be accepting donations, which will be split between the New Riegel Music Boosters and the HU School of Music & Theatre.

SQUIRM!

SQUIRM!

UPDATE: The Elementary production of ‘SQUIRM!’ was AWESOME!!! Great job to all the students involved, and a big THANK YOU to all the parents & community members who gave up part of your weekend to come see the show! Photos and videos will be posted later in the week, so be sure to check back soon!

The K-4 Elementary Spring Musical this year will be ‘SQUIRM!’ which will be held on Sunday, April 27th at 7:00pm in the HS Gym and will last approximately 30min. Students should report to their classrooms no later than 6:30pm. Contact Mr. Frankart if you have any questions. If you need a copy of the letter that was sent home, please CLICK HERE.

“Spiders! Snakes! Bats! Worms! EWWW!! AHHH!! Join the wiggles and squiggles as the Itsy Bitsy Spider, Daddy Long Legs, Hook Worm, Snake, and a host of other critters take over the stage. But wait! Before you start screaming, listen carefully to learn how things that make us squirm can be AOK!”