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WHS Players to Perform "The Drowsy Chaperone"




Hard Question: Best way to handle the cold start of winter?

Easy Answer: Take in a hot performance of the Whitewater High School Players production of "The Drowsy Chaperone," Nov. 20-22 at 7:30 p.m. in the WHS Auditorium. 

"The Drowsy Chaperone" is a silly, stylized parody of American musical comedies of the 1920s, completely original and not based on a movie or book.

The play is filled with hummable tunes like "Toledo Surprise" that will be stuck in your head as you walk - or maybe dance - out the door. 

To chase his blues away, a modern day musical theatre addict known simply as "Man in Chair" drops the needle on his favorite LP - the 1928 musical comedy "The Drowsy Chaperone" - and the uproariously funny musical magically bursts to life on stage, telling the tale of a pampered Broadway starlet who wants to give up show business to get marrid, her producer who sets out to sabotage the nuptials, her chaperone, the debonair groom, the dizzy chorus girl, the Latin lover and a pair of gangsters who double as pastry chefs. 

Reserved seat tickets are $8 for adult, $5 for senior citizens and students and on sale now at the WHS Box Office or by calling 262-472-8178 to reserve your seats. Click here to see more pictures in our district gallery!
 

Road Rally Success at LINCS!





The students and staff of LINCS participated in healthy fundraiser for the school. The kids earned money by walking and running for LINCS. Thanks so everyone who participated and made Road Rally so successful! Click here to see more pictures from our district gallery!
 
Whippets Run at State




Under sunny, but very cool skies, the duo of Sarah Ziolkowski and Andrea Sandoval ran with immense Whippet pride at the 122nd annual WIAA State Cross Country Meet. After waiting out an extra hour due to a frost delay, the girls finally got to spike up at 3:10 PM.  Sarah and Andrea both ran very strong races that were on par with their best times of the season. Sarah finished in 29th place out of 152 runners with a time of 19:57. Sarah looked poised in her second appearance in the meet and salvaged her season very well after having a tough illness that consumed her mid-season. She is driven to come back stronger next year.  Andrea enjoyed her first experience at the Ridges by finishing in 66th place overall in a time of 20:34.  It can be a very loud and intimidating experience for some, but she was able to put a strong race together despite all the distractions.  I am extremely proud of both these girls as they represented Whitewater well. They complete their junior season having led their team with 1st (Andrea) and 2nd (Sarah) team all-conference awards, a runner-up finish at conference (to a McFarland girls team that won the 2nd place trophy at state - 8 points from the gold variety), and many medals. A number of their teammates came up to support them as they ran Whippet strong. Please congratulate these two on their special season! Click here to see more pictures from our district gallery!