By: Anna Sheets
It’s that time of the year again - the variety show is coming up again. Friday, April 28, the students will have their opportunity to showcase their talents, with everything from beat boxing and singing to unicycling and dunking on Mr. Hossaflook.
Freshman Hayden Scott said, “I’m feeling mostly excited and a little nervous. Everyone I’ve talked to about my plan to preform has been encouraging. I plan on including modern memes and logos in my act.”
This year’s Variety Show will be hosted by Seniors Brianna Ware and Elijah Washington.
“I’m super hyped to host the event and keep the crowd laughing throughout the show,” said Ware.
Social Studies teacher Justin Johnson is in charge of the Variety Show this year, not only scheduling the lineup and getting the auditorium ready, but also arranging the lights and doing all the music from backstage during the show.
“I love putting on the variety show every year. Students get nervous to perform, but we really have a great student body that is energetic and supportive of their peers. If students want to perform, they absolutely should; they could discover a new passion or talent.”
Students can sign up for the variety show in Johnson’s.The Variety Show will take place in the auditorium during the second half of the day on Friday, April 28, and the cost of admission will be $1. It does not cost anything to perform in the show.