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Choir and Drama Goals with Hybrid Learning

The COVID-19 pandemic has heavily affected the performing arts program at Camas High School. Choir and drama both rely heavily on in-person school for rehearsals and performances. The pandemic has caused both departments to work around the challenges and restrictions of remote learning. However, with the recent transition to hybrid learning, choir and drama have […]

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How CHS Band, Choir, and Theater Are Operating Remotely

This year, extracurricular activities and elective classes are online just like all other classes. Questions were raised about how Camas High School would continue classes, such as choir, band, and theatre remotely. Creating props at home, memorizing songs through videos, and discussing what makes someone a good musician have all become the new norm for […]

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The Hunchback of Notre Dame: a Review

“I hope the audience leaves the theater thinking hard about the ways in which we approach out-groups and minorities like immigrants, the differently abled, women, and the mentally ill. My hope is that they leave with more empathy and understanding for those who are ‘outcasts,’” says Mr. Sean Kelly, the Camas High School drama teacher […]

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The Hunchback of Notre Dame

This year the Camas High School drama department is putting on a production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Rehearsals started back in January of 2019, and the whole cast and crew have been working tirelessly to get this show on its feet and ready to perform. Through hours of rehearsals throughout the week and […]

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Macbeth Review

The Camas High School drama department decided to do Shakespeare’s Macbeth as the fall play this year. Though, instead of performing it the normal way, they decided to perform it in a black box setup. This last weekend was opening weekend, which went extremely well. So far audiences have been absolutely loving the show and […]

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Protest Prompts Student Response

After protesters held signs and shouted at students leaving school on Tuesday, classes resumed Wednesday, as students returned to class with mixed emotions. Many students came sporting messages of “love, not hate” while the incident sparked heated conversations in classrooms and hallways alike. Several religious protesters showed up outside the campus on Tuesday as students […]

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Theatre at CHS: One of a Kind

The Camas High School theater program is one of a kind: everyone is talented in more ways than one. And while a lot of people are scared of being outcasts, joining theater is a great way to meet new people and step out of one’s comfort zone. Mr. Kelly, the theater teacher, is the heart […]

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Sad Heart Watching Sillyheart

  Every year Camas High School theater students take part in a play for cancer research, and this year is no exception with “Sillyheart”. The play makes people think about what it is like to lose a child to incurable cancer. As a result, the play will broaden how the audience looks at the toll […]