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MA Workers: Nate Stromberg

The 2018 spring musical, Working, is about everyday working class individuals and the ways in which they struggle with their jobs and find meaning in their work. “MA Workers” is a project by seniors Luke Burnham and Emma Melling designed to give workers within the Minnehaha community a chance to …

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Long hours, large rewards

Sophomore Grace Anderson plays Belle All the world’s a stage — at least it has been this winter for Minnehaha Academy sophomore Grace Anderson. Forty-eight performances, weeks of practices and rehearsals have made for a frenetic but exciting schedule enabling Anderson to do what she loves to do: Act. Anderson …

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Looking back on “US”

Reflecting on a once in a lifetime opportunity “If the plane hadn’t been delayed…that could’ve been them.” With that line, Minnehaha Academy’s first full-length student-written play ended and revealed that most characters might have died if not for the plane delay they so resented. The play held many important messages …

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US

US Preview from Redhawksonline on Vimeo. US: A Minnehaha Academy Players Original Play The Minnehaha Academy Players’ production ‘US’ captures the issues and emotions of our current lives as told by a group of everyday people trapped in an airport. US will be performed at The Guthrie’s Dowling theatre November …

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Grads to pursue majors in fine arts

Humason, Aronson exit Minnehaha’s stages; seek next roles in college You’ve probably seen or heard seniors Matthew Humason and Eli Aronson performing on the stage sometime within your experience at Minnehaha Academy. It might be listening to them playing with other students in the band, performing onstage in one of …

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Much Ado About Nothing: April 20, 21 & 22

Watch the preview: Much Ado About Minnehaha Players from Redhawksonline on Vimeo. The Minnehaha Players present William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing in a black-box production on the Upper School auditorium stage. Thursday, April 20 at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 21 at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 22 at 2:00 p.m. …

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Pushing boundaries

Minnehaha spring play brings Shakespeare to life through “living paintings” Minnehaha’s theater program has never attempted a show concept similar to this year’s. “We want to try to push the boundaries of what we have done, and we have never done anything like this before,” said art teacher Nathan Stromberg. …

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Lights, camera, action!

On Saturday Jan. 28, students, family and faculty gathered together to observe the hard work and talent of Minnehaha actors, directors and writers. This year, the Student Showcase program, which is an opportunity for students from any grade to write, direct or act in a skit or film, was made …

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Greetings from Urinetown

The Minnehaha Players’ second production of the year gives the audience satire about government, corporations and people’s want for excess A group of battered citizens huddle at the entrance to a filthy urinal, labeled Public Amenity #9. Hands grip clusters of coins, and the buildings from the poorest part of …

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Opening night of “Urinetown”

Tonight is opening night of the Minnehaha Players’ production of Urinetown, a musical that uses satire to delve into themes of capitalism, monopoly and societal issues. The musical is showing at 7:30, tonight (October 27th) through Saturday October 29th, with a 2:00 matinee on Saturday. Urinetown premiered on Broadway in …

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