Stratford Festival fascinates Gull Lake theatre students

On September 8 and 9, twelve Performing Arts Company members traveled to Canada to attend the Stratford Theatre Festival, a

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New drama teacher Jonathan Kind hopes to cement legacy at GLHS

The Gull Lake Community has been greatly impacted by the teaching of Robin Nott, GL’s former Drama instructor, and many

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GL’s Kirsten Sluyter awarded Adam F. Carter Young Artist Award

Gull Lake High School’s Performing Arts Company (PAC) has a one of a kind “stage mother” and her name is

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Drama teacher Robin Nott retires from Gull Lake after 29 years of instruction

At the end of the 2015 school year, drama teacher Robin Nott will accept a severance package from Gull Lake,

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GL and Kalamazoo theater communities honor and remember Adam Carter

From opening Fancy Pants Theatre in 2010 to playing the flamboyant and devilish emcee in Farmer’s Alley Theatre’s production of

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Storytelling Festival Comes to Kalamazoo

The third Annual Storytelling Festival at the Kalamazoo Valley Museum offers fun and enjoyable events including live music, arts and

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Michigan State University professor and poet Anita Skeen speaks at Gull Lake

“I wish someone came into a class when I was in public school and talked about poetry and told me

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Drama department travels to Stratford

On September 12-14 Performing Arts Company went to Stratford, Canada to find out more about themselves and how the drama

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Oral Traditions students buddy up with first grade visitors

Although classes vary in subject and teaching style, not many offer the opportunity to interact with younger students in the

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2012 GLHS Festival of the Senses showcases talented artists

Last Friday and Saturday night the Gull Lake fine arts team provided its fifth annual Festival of the Senses weekend

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