The Rundown

by Bailey Bickerstaff Since the second semester school has just started to pick up, you would think that events might be slow at Brook Hill. Not so, my friend, not so. Here at Brook Hill we’ve been rocking and rolling all through the break, whether it be sports, the arts, or social events. So since…

2014 Brook Hill Dinner Theater

By: Michael Kirkpatrick For years The Brook Hill drama department has been amazing audiences with beautiful sets, costumes, and all-out acting. The Dinner Theater is a well thought out combination of both amazingly prepared food and superb theater. This year, hoping to top last year’s comedy, You Can’t Get There from Here, Director Glen Ballard…

Art Tapps and Drama Tapps

By: Natilse Lourenço and Monica Liang This year TAPPS Art meet was very different from previous years because, to our convenience, it was hosted in Waco rather than in Austin. The competition consisted of drawing activities and previous art work that was judged in various categories. Tito, Eliza, Favour, and Sunny were the boarding students that…

Hello Dolly–coming to the Brook Hill Stage

by Allie Childers Get ready! Brook Hill’s 2014 spring musical is coming this way! This May Brook Hill students will be performing in this year’s spring musical, Hello, Dolly. The show is set in Yonkers, New York, where matchmaker Dolly Levi has her sights set on the city’s most eligible bachelor, Horace Vandergelder. The role…

Dinner Theatre Opening Night

By Samuel Willis The 17th of October (Thursday) was opening night of this year’s dinner theatre. Each year, The Brook Hill School Fine Arts program hosts a high school dinner theatre in order to fund the SOFA (Supporters of Fine Arts) program. The particular play this year is a comedy called You Can’t Get There…

Fine Arts Student Spotlight: Kelsey Kilgore

by Allie Childers Senior Kelsey Grace Kilgore proudly showcases her talent in the Brook Hill drama class as well as the choir. She has been involved in fine arts for the past seven years! “Fine arts is a way to express yourself and show your creative side,” Kelsey says; “Drama lets you escape your everyday…