The Drama club donated an “unknown at this time” pounds of canned goods and dry goods to the Northeast Regional Food Bank. Once again I met Kathy who is a a Shen graduate and administrative assistant at the bank. The food will help families for the Christmas holidays and into the new year. I will pass on this tradition to a younger member of the Drama Club and hopefully it will continue for many years to come.
I am spearheading the Drama Club’s second annual food drive “Knocking Out Hunger!”. I am working with the Shenedehowa Drama club and teaming up with the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York starting on November 1st and going through the last performance of Our Town on November 19th. Not only are we asking Drama members and their families but additional folks who are attending the plays to donate. Right now they are looking for:
Canned Protein (tuna, chicken)
Canned Entrees (beef stew, ravioli)
Canned Fruit in Juice
Canned Spaghetti Sauce
Canned 100% Juice
I finished my volunteering with the Not So Common Players for there production of The Sweet Smell of Success. It was a lot of fun and I enjoyed working with the cast and crew. We struck the set on Sunday and I am looking forward to working with the Not So Common Players in the future.
I will be volunteering with the Not So Common Players for there production of The Sweet Smell of Success.
Synopsis: Based on the 1957 movie by the same name, The Sweet Smell of Success tells the story of J.J. Hunsecker who rules it all with his daily gossip column in the New York Globe, syndicated to sixty million readers across America. J.J. has the goods on everyone, from the president to the latest starlet. And everyone feeds J.J.’s scandal, from J. Edgar Hoover and Senator Joe McCarthy down to a battalion of hungry press agents who attached their news to a client that J.J. might plug. You can become no one if J.J. turns on you.
NSCP presents Sweet Smell of Success
Oct 21 – Oct 30 · Shenendehowa High School · Clifton Park