Celia Emmert and Eliza Barton have spent the last 13 Christmas seasons reciting the Nutcracker ballet. With practices taking place for over five hours at a time, these girls have learned all the aspects of their performance down to a science.
Dancers Cecelia Emmert and Eliza Barton join the podcast to discuss their experiences in productions of The Nutcracker, along with their time as dancers.
Cheering and Dance are two staples to every college. Shelby Wright will be a part of those staples at Allen County Community College next year.
Wright has cheered for WHS during both football and basketball seasons. The WHS cheer team also doubled as the dance team, performing during the halftime of the football games and the boys basketball games.
WHS students will have a chance to get “Frozen in Time” at the Winter Formal.
“NHS [National Honor Society] got together and decided that we wanted to do something different this year,” NHS adviser Miriam Barton said. It’s Barton’s first year at Wabaunsee and her first year as an NHS adviser.
As NHS prepares to host a winter formal, we go back nearly 40 years to look at the Morp dance from "Changes," the 1978 yearbook.
Morp, which is "prom" spelled backwards, subverted traditional gender rules by requiring girls to ask out dates and take the boys to dinner.
Ballet plays a big part in freshman Cecelia Emmert’s life. The 2018 Ballet Midwest production of The Nutcracker marks Emmert’s ninth year performing in the ballet. Emmert was introduced to ballet at the age of six. “My aunt signed me up for some classes and I continued from there,” Emmert said. This is Emmert’s... Continue Reading →