Thank you Mr. Hupe
By Nathan Buendia
August 19, 2006
Thank you Mr. Bill Hupe for your kind words and very supportive
article about Aladdin Jr. I really appreciate your SitNews coverage
of our yearly performances. I also want to thank Sharon Allen
for her article in 2005 about Jungle Book. You were all so nice
to us. It makes us more eager about the coming ArtsCool Camps.
I have done this camp for five years now and each year was a
I think we will not be able to do a good job if our teachers,
Elizabeth Nelson and Clare Bennet, were not as good and patient
with us. We are so lucky to have them as our teachers. I also
want to thank our clothes designer, Sherry and musician, Kim
Henrickson plus the wonderful volunteers.
Thank you again to you and your company. I hope we made a lot
of people feel like the Aladdin show was worth watching.
Ketchikan, AK - USA
About: " I will be in
grade six next school year at Holy Name School and Craig School
District PACE. I attend Ketchikan Theatre Ballet and ArtsCool
Camp. My hobbies are drawing, tap dancing, and singing."
The Ketchikan Theatre Ballet Presents
Movement Creations" and the First City Player's Performance:
By Bill Hupe - "Movement Creations" highlighted the
work of the Ketchikan Theatre Ballet in four pieces which featured
the talents and creativity of a troupe of hard-working and talented
children, which augurs well for continuing the high entertainment
standards we have here in Ketchikan. - More...
August 13, 2006
ARTScool's JUNGLE A "ROARING"
GOOD TIME! By Sharon
Allen - On Saturday August 13th at Kayhi, some of the kids in
Ketchikan went totally WILD!
. . . but not with vandalism
or bad language or rude behavior. In spite of the bad press so
often written about the youth of today, the wildness I'm talking
about was a positive commotion - not a negative one. - More...
August 22, 2005
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