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The Curtain Has Closed

Hopefully you are one of the lucky ones who came to this years theatrical spectacular, On the Town.  Yesterday capped a 4 day run that took months of preparation and hard work by students, parents, teachers, and countless others.  On Sunday the Kennedy Catholic community celebrated the Mass of the Holy Spirt, followed by a delicious brunch in the Lake View room, and wrapped up the afternoon with an outstanding 3 pm matinee performance.

By the way… anyone who attended the Thursday and Sunday performance was graced by a special guest appearance by Mr. Matthew Tieber.

Dear Seniors:

Please know that it has been a pleasure to see your talents progress throughout the years.  You have left something very special behind with the underclassmen… something that will live on. As I watched you last night take your final bows on the stage in the Kennedy Catholic auditorium, I could not help think of some of the amazing experiences you are about to encounter.

Dear Mrs. Wilhelm-Boston:

Congratulations on a successful event.  It is evident that the production was a huge success by the seamless performances of the actors and the flawless transitions of the stage crew; a sentiment reiterated by Father Mark Vaillancourt in his closing speech.

 

To Every Parent, Teacher, Student, Friend, and other who helped Make On The Town a hugh success:

There are too many people to thank, many were highlighted by Father Mark and by Tony Ruperto.  Please know that your efforts did not go unnoticed.

Here are a few of the images from the performance.  You may see more HERE

 

 

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