Interviewing the Cast and Crew of Wizard of Oz

Interviewing the Cast and Crew of Wizard of Oz

April 9, 2014 • Carina Leggio, Staff Writer  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Last month, Bethel High School put on their annual musical production, and this year the cast and crew tackled the classic, The Wizard of Oz. The extremely talented cast, starring Kathryn Kennedy (’14) as Dorothy, Kelly Roper (’14) as the Wicked Witch of the West, Caroline Renner (’14) as the Scarecrow,... Read more »

Wizard of Oz Comes to Bethel High School Stage

Wizard of Oz Comes to Bethel High School Stage

March 24, 2014 • Pat Deuschle  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Bethel, CT  -  Bethel High School’s 2014 musical presentation of The Wizard of Oz is sure to delight audiences of all ages as the student cast, crew and musicians bring to life the story of Dorothy and her friends Scarecrow, Lion and Tin Man in four performances: Friday, March 28 at 7:00 pm, Saturday,... Read more »

Petey Preview #3

Petey Preview #3

February 14, 2014 • Petey Oneto, Website Manager  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

It’s not quite Summer yet, but at least the cinema is picking up with some noteworthy releases. Non-Stop – February 28 Liam Neeson hasn’t headlined a movie since 2012’s Taken 2. Now he’s back with Non-Stop about an air marshal (played by Neeson) who receives anonymous text messages while... Read more »

The Impossible Review

The Impossible Review

January 16, 2014 • Kendall Meenan, Staff Writer  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Academy Award nominee Naomi Watts, Ewan McGregor, and Tom Holland star in one of the most heartfelt movies of the year, The Impossible. Based on a true story, The Impossible chronicles the fate of a tourist family after the tsunami caused by the Indian Ocean earthquake floods Thailand. Maria Bennett... Read more »

Artist of the Month: Nikki Shaner-Bradford

Artist of the Month: Nikki Shaner-Bradford

January 7, 2014 • Kasey Burke, Staff Writer  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Nikki Shaner-Bradford, sophomore at Bethel High School, has thoroughly embraced the art department here at BHS. So much so that the Art Department has decided to nominate her as The Wildcat Word’s Artist of the Month. The talented artist, who previously attended Wooster School in Danbury, is a... Read more »

Petey Preview #2

Petey Preview #2

January 6, 2014 • Petey Oneto, Website editor-in-chief  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

After a couple of months of Thor, Katniss, and Bilbo, the holiday season is here bringing with it quite a few big films. The early months of the year are unfortunately Hollywood’s dumping ground for their “unconfident films” (they don’t believe they will do that well in the box office). Still,... Read more »

The Book Nook: Volume 2

The Book Nook: Volume 2

January 6, 2014 • Kendall Meenan, Staff Writer  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

A nor’easter is coming! That means being trapped in the house, and I’m sure you’re excited for the quality time with your family (not). If you need an escape, grab one of these books and sprint for your bedroom! Nineteen Minutes – Jodi Picoult Nineteen Minutes is a fictitious novel written... Read more »

Three Bizarre Christmas Classics

Three Bizarre Christmas Classics

December 11, 2013 • Petey Oneto, Website editor-in-chief  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment

We’ve all seen some weird Christmas movies before. In “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” trick-or-treaters kidnap Santa Claus. In “Gremlins,” cute little creatures attack a small town on Christmas. In “Bad Santa,” a mall Santa puts the kids on the naughty list to shame. In “Home Alone,”... Read more »

Little Women Review

Little Women Review

December 3, 2013 • Colton Zuvich, Staff Writer  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

“I think the show was incredibly successful. I’ve talked to tons of people who’ve gone and they’ve all enjoyed it. We had a great turnout, and our director was really happy” Alison Baranovic ‘16 (Stage Manager). The On-Stage Players latest endeavor was to tackle Peter Chaplain’s adapted... Read more »

The Book Nook

The Book Nook

November 21, 2013 • Kendall Meenan, Staff Writer  
Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Top Stories

Now that the second quarter is in full swing and the holiday break is fast approaching, you’re going to need a good book. Whether you are required to complete an independent reading project or wish to find a cure for the loneliness of a full week off from school, grabbing one of these novels is the... Read more »

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