By Brooke Lovelace Covid-19 better put on its dancing shoes because the play, Newsies, put on by Garnet Valley High School is unstoppable. The cast and staff of this amazing production went through months of hard work to be able to make the play possible. Covid-19 threw a wrench into their plans, but Mrs. Arters
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Here you will find information pertaining to the GVPAA spring musical, Newsies!
By Rose DiPaolo The Drama Club is having a very busy March! With opening night just a little over three weeks away (tickets are available now at gvpaa.org), we’re gearing up for dress rehearsals for our spring show, Newsies. Both the cast and crew is working very hard to make this production safe, organized, and spectacular!
By Kathryn Hutchinson The current circumstances have left many feeling hopeless and sad. As students navigate remote learning while educators navigate how to teach, many clubs and activities have been altered to fit the circumstances and the Garnet Valley Drama Club is no different. After the unfortunate cancellation of what was supposed to be the
In spite of a pandemic and three blizzards, GVPAA is still planning on performing their spring production of Newsies in the outside side lot of Pennington school. We have been practicing outside for the last three months and hope to show you all our (very cold) work paid off. The show is April 8-10 and April
By Rose DiPaolo The GV Drama club set the stage on Friday, December 4th, for a socially distanced, partially virtual, and fully enjoyable performance. The play, “Our World Stopped”, was written by the club’s director, Heather Arters, and contributed to by the entire Drama Club. Students shared their stories about dealing with quarantine and the
By Madison Carr This Friday, December 4th, GVPAA will be performing their fall show, Our World Stopped, live outside Pennington School. The play includes dances, songs, and monologues about experiences during the COVID-19 quarantine. There will also be an online stream of the show available for purchase at 6:00 pm Friday, December 11th and 6:00 pm
By Kathryn Hutchinson This Saturday, October 17, from 4:30 – 8:30 pm, the Garnet Valley Performing Arts Association is hosting a Spooktacular event. Located at Garnet Valley High School, come and enjoy a Trunk-or-Treat, performances, raffles, and more fun activities! As always, social distancing and masks are required at the event. All guides, performers, and
We are performing a Spooktacular on October 17 at the back parking lot of the high school. This event features a socially distanced trunk or treat designed by set and tech crew and performances by the GVPAA drama club, GVHS dance team, and the GVHS drumline. Signups for guests are full, but we will be doing an
By Madison Carr Garnet Valley is one of the best areas for Halloween celebrations. Whether you like fall fun or haunted houses, there is something for everyone. These are top activities that are open for the 2020 season. Masks are required at all events. 5. Linvilla Orchards Linvilla Orchards is a staple in Garnet Valley