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Kimball One-Act play "Cyrano de Bergerac," was performed on the HL-W--W stage for Subsection festival Saturday, Jan. 26. In he case was Camen Miles as Cyrano, Kenzie Traurig as Roxane, Logan Bartholomew as Christian. The entire cast is seen in photo, and they won a second-place trophy, advance to Section 2A at LeSueur-Henderson High School Saturday, Feb. 2. Photo courtesy of Lana Vossen. By lody Markgraf, coach In a dark auditorium, a cell phone rings. The actors, in mid- performance, look out into the audience in disbelief at the rude interruption. A tiny blonde stands, answering her cell phone, and rushes out of the room, embar- rassed. That tiny blonde was actually a part of the cast performing "Din- ner with the MacGuffinns" on stage, and was the first role for Ken- zie Traurig in Kimball's One Act play program. The following year, classmates Janessa Dahle, Camen Miles, and Logan Bartholomew would join her on stage to perform "Asylum," a play about patients trapped in a mental institution. Since then, these four performers have formed a strong core for Kim- ball's one act program, coached by Jody Markgraf. Together, along with their castmates and crew, these students learned to develop characters, research details of his- tory, take direction, analyze criti- cism, and pull together as a group to create a theatrical performance. They applied these skills to Edmond Rostand's "Cyrano de Bergerac," a classic tale about a boy who loves a girl who loves a different boy. This tale of love, loss, and loyalty graced the How- ard Lake-Waverly-Winsted stage at the Subsection festival Sat- urday, Jan. 26. The cast, led by Camen Miles as Cyrano, Ken- zie Traurig as the beautiful Rox- Classroom of the Week: On stage is the presentation of Kimball's One-Act play Cyrano de Bergerac. Staff photo by Stephanie Johnson. Kimball 2013 Snow Days candidates ane, and Logan Bartholomew as her object of infatuation, Chris- tian, was honored with a second- place trophy and advances to the Section 2A festival held Saturday, Feb. 2, at Le Sueur-Henderson High School. This will be Kimball's first appearance in the Section festi- val since 2005. Maple Lake placed first with a beautiful performance of "Do Not Go Gently" by Susan Zeder and directed by MaryBeth Barder. Kimball will perform at 11 a.m. Admission prices for the festival are $6 for adults and $4 for students, and no passes are accepted. Eight plays will be per- formed, and trophies for first and second place, with the first place performance advancing to the State One Act Festival. Cast members include: lan- essa Dahle, Tess Vossen, Holly Dahlinger, McKenzie Dammann, Caleb Anderson, ]onathan Bisila, Alex Harter, Maicy Vossen, Bridget Anderson, Kenzie Traurig, Camen Miles, Megan Bisila, Logan Bar- tholomew, and Lidiah Zipp. Crew included Eryn Eken, Brady Sand- ers, Jacob Bisila, Talyn Schlueter, and Hannah Bisila. Kimball One Act Play thanks, for their contri- butions, Mitch Zaleski, Lana and Gary Vossen, Bob Markgraf, Pat and Judy Dahle, Laurie Bisila, Eileen Dahlinger, Mitchel Hurrle, Carelyn Hillstrom, KAHS Custo- dial Staff and KAHS Administra- tion. Mrs. Bernardy's 6 th Grade Kimball Snow Days coronation will take place at 2:20 Friday afternoon at the school. Candidates for Kimball Area High School 2013 Snow Days are: (back row pairs) Torey Rohloff and Kaylee Petty (yearbook}, Colton Denn and Alissa Jones (band), Lane Blanchard and Kaylyn Mancini (BLT), Austyn Schlueter and Raelynn Callander (art), Bradley Mies and Hannah Zipoy (NHS), and Ben Serbus and Stacy Hurrle (prom); (front row pairs) Caleb Anderson and Olivia Straley (choir), Jonathan Massmann and Erin Wicker (FFA}, Brandon Loch and Shelby Schiefelbein (Knowledge Bowl), and Logan Bartholomew and Kenzie Traurig (speech). This photo was taken on "Blast from the Past" dress-up day. Staff photo by Stephanie Johnson. Mrs. Bernardy's sixth-grade class. Front row (seated), left to right: George Matua, Thomas Giles, and Joel Hendrickson. Second row (kneeling): Tessa Epple, Chloe Hamacher, Madeline Gustafson, Rachel Merten, Sidney Schreiner, Victoria Banken, Holly Berscheid, Krista Loch, and DeAndre Borge. Third row: Julia Zipoy, Shania Garding, Allison Nesenson, Preston Albrecht, Carl Blanchard, Jake Traurig, Athena Capes, and Israel Elznic. Back row: Maddie Fox, Justine Miller, Casey Gohmann, McKenna Wills, Zack Streit, Riley Matthiesen, Trevor Combs, Riley Miller, Jenna Lund, and Mary Bernardy. There are 29 students in our class. Kelsey Toppson is our stu- dent teacher. Some of what we'll learn this year is PLTW (computer-animated drawing), grammar, shapes, New- town's Laws, multiplying and divid- ing fractions, and we're learning about the Holocaust. Our field trip will be to the Deep Portage Environmental Learning Camp in the spring. We also will go skiing and to the St. Cloud Techni- cal College Career Education day for non-traditional careers. Our fundraisers were The Chip Shoppe and our fish fry earlier this month. Sixth grade is special because it is their last year in the elementary school. It is fun to hear their opin- ions on what goes on in the world. 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