Thursday, May 9, 2013
Performances will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. as well as Saturday at 2 p.m.
The Demon Barber of Fleet Street will make an appearance at Wilmington High School this weekend, with the WHS Lamplighters Guild putting on performances of the musical thriller "Sweeney Todd." The first performance will take place Thursday night at 7 p.m., with tickets available at the door for $12 and $10 for seniors and students. Students can receive a further discount at the Friday night performance for students night, with tickets for WHS students only $8. For more information on this weekend's perfomances, check out the flyer attached to this post.
Tuesday, April 30, 2013
Wilmington students display amazing talent.
Friday, April 26, 2013
The Wilmington Public Schools Visual Arts Department is hosting the 2013 District Student Art Show in the Wilmington Middle School cafeteria this weekend from 5-8 p.m. on Friday and 11 a.m.-3 p.m. on Saturday.
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Monday, March 11, 2013
"Still Falls The Rain" receives several awards from Mass. Educational Theater Guild judges.
The final curtain has not yet fallen on "Still Falls The Rain" and the Wilmington High Lamplighters Drama Guild. Wilmington's young thespians put on another brilliant performance Saturday at the Semifinals of the Mass. Educational Theater Guild One-Act Festival in Norwood. The judges liked the production so much that Wilmington was selected to move into the State Finals, March 21-23 in Boston. WHS is one of just 14 finalists from among 114 schools that started the competition. As they did in the preliminary round, the Wilmington Lamplighters received several awards in the semifinals, including acting awards for Mike Semonelli and Jimmy Lawrenson, awards for makeup and costume and an ensemble award for the "Grey People." "Still Falls The …
Friday, March 8, 2013
With a script by Katie Barrie and a score by Connor Burke, the WHS Lamplighters have advanced to the semifinals of the Mass. Educational Theater Guild for the first time.
The Wilmington High Lamplighters Drama Guild, under the direction of director/advisor Jason Luciana, have advanced to the semifinals of the Mass. Educational Theater Guild One-Act Festival for the first time ever with a play called "Still Falls The Rain." It's okay if you don't recognize the name of the play. In fact, it says something that you don't. "Still Falls The Rain" is an original one-act play written by WHS student Katie Barrie. It also features an original music score compose by fellow Wildcat Connor Burke. The Lamplighters performed the production at the METG preliminaries last week at Chelmsford High and placed in the top three to advance to the semifinals on Saturday, March 9 at Norwood High. There are eight such semifinals …
Sunday, October 21, 2012
These peanut butter cup bars are a dream come true. I dare anyone to eat just one!
"Anything is good if it's made of chocolate." ~Jo Brand Last weekend I got together with some of my favorite girls for a little chat, a lot of chow and a ton of laughs. We try to meet up every couple of months on a Saturday afternoon for a few hours and reconnect over good food and a tasty cocktail. Val brought a dessert that was absolutely delicious...peanut butter cup bars. They were sweet and light and almost too good to be true. Almost. Since they were very real and I really enjoyed the one I had. Ok, the two I had. Oh alright what is this, the Spanish Inquisition? I had three. Sheesh! Val sent us the recipe, which she found on browneyedbaker.com. It is a must try. Val's Amazing Peanut Butter Cup Bars Ingredients: Directions: Enjoy!
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Short on time and in need of a great appetizer? Try making these sweet and sour meatballs-they're sure to please.
"Miracles are like meatballs, because nobody can exactly agree on what they are made of, where they come from, or how often they should appear." ~Lemony Snicket I have been bringing sweet and sour meatballs to parties for years now and they have always been well received. My original version was made right in the microwave and then there was a slow cooker alteration, but I've finally settled on this stovetop version as my favorite.The combination of sweet pineapple and brown sugar mixed with tangy soy sauce and vinegar is just delightful. And come on, how many of us can resist a good meatball? If you are really short on time, go ahead and buy a bag of frozen meatballs. To be honest, I have used them many times and have never had a …
Friday, June 29, 2012
Forget the Former, The Truezoos and The President take center stage at The Harp in Boston.
Local musicians rocked The Harp in Boston Thursday night in Patch's Battle of the Bands finale showcase. Fans joined band members and the Patch family for an evening of free live music from contest runners up, Forget the Former and The Truezoos, as well contest winner, The President. The concert capped off the Battle of the Bands competition, which kicked off in March with three regional competitions and continued with the final round, which was won by The President, a Wakefield rapper, who captivated the crowd Thursday with an hour-plus set at Boston restaurant The Harp.
Did you attend Thursday's Patch Battle of the Bands concert at The Harp? If you took photos, upload to the article.
The President, The Truezoos and Forget the Former rocked The Harp at the Patch Battle of the Bands concert at The Harp in Boston on Thursday. Well more than 100 people came to listen to the local bands and musicians. Did you attend? Then we want to see the concert through your eyes. Upload your photos to this article.
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Local musicians voted by Patch readers play The Harp in Boston -- and you're invited.
It’s been months in the making, but the Patch Battle of the Bands concert is finally here. Tonight, local musicians voted by you will perform at The Harp in Boston. The winner of our Battle of the Bands Contest, The President, will hit the stage after contest runners up The Truezoos and Forget the Former start the night off with their own sets. The President, aka Nicholas Kermelewicz of Wakefield, was the top vote getter in our contest. The contest kicked off with a call for videos in February. Twenty-four bands and musicians squared off in three separate regional contests: Greater Boston, North Shore/Merrimack Valley and South Shore/Cape Cod and the Islands. The top two finishers by region went to the finals, which was won by The …