PAC performing The Gift places second at Regionals

Preforming Art Company (PAC) gathered before their performance of The Gift, for friends, family and community members at the Gull Lake Middle School. Photo credit goes to Regan Tustin.

UPDATE: PAC took home a second place at regionals, sending them to the State Finals next Saturday, February 20. They will be on stage at Grand Rapids Christian High School for the competition at 8 p.m.

This coming Saturday, February 13, the Performing Arts Company is traveling to John Glenn High School in Bangor, MI for Regionals. If they place well, PAC will move on to the State Finals in Grand Rapids.

After performing The Gift well at the Theatre Arts Festival, high hopes are set for Regionals.

“I think we will do well because we’ve got a few awards. As well as last week being our best performance yet, so hopefully we keep the momentum,” said sophomore and PAC member Sidney Rotigel-Finegan.

The Gift has definitely connected to the audience members watching.  

“We made some people cry,” said sophomore and PAC actor Keyshawn Wilson.

The seriousness of the acting as they struggle to cope with breast cancer in the family along with the reality that Linda, the wife and mother, was healthy and did everything right and still was plagued with the disease.

The story hits home for many people and Wilson thinks that will connect the audience to their play.


Lexi Warren

My name is Lexi Warren, I'm a senior this year. This is my third year on the Reflection staff. I play varsity girls tennis for Gull Lake High School. I work at Gull Meadow Farms in for the fall season and up until Christmas. I have two older sisters and an older brother. This year I'm taking college classes and a Teacher Academy Education for Employment (EFE).

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