"Our View"
with Chelsea Cordell and Brian St. Aubin
Take a student's perspective of life at Grove City College

 

Photo of the Week

 

 The One Acts were a huge hit this semester.  The student written "Directing Uncle Vanya" was especially popular among the crowd.  "Less is More" was the motto of these three directors who eventually decided to eliminate the actors from their production altogether. 

 

 

 

Hello everybody. Welcome to another edition of Our View.  This week we will show you the GCC Cheerleaders, Pep Band, and One Acts.  We hope you enjoy the photos.
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The GCC Cheerleaders executed a tricky elevated cartwheel maneuver at the game.

 

 
The GCC Drum Master conducted the band whose music psyched up the Wolverines at the game.

     


The crowd sat in wait for the Tau Alpha Pi One Act Festival to begin.  The dark and creepy suspense only added to the goodness.

 

 
 Derrick Winger played Leon Trotsky in this medical mystery of a play directed by Kevin McGuire.  Megan Mountjoy played Mrs. Trotsky and has the unfortunate duty of informing Mr. Trotsky that he is in fact dead.

 

 


Josiah Hoffman as Actor B in "Directing Uncle Vanya" tries his best to realize the directors' vision but in the end the directors cast a crumpled piece of paper instead.

 

 
Robert, played by George Hampe, practices his breathing during "Labor Pains."  Emily, played by DeAnna Cappelli, is not having as much fun as Robert.

 


Doug Baker winces as his character, Ivan, has slightly offended the father of his love interest.  Silly Ivan, when will he learn to express his feelings.

 

 


Abel Broughton, who played Tom in "For Whom the Southern Bell Tolls," is caught in the act of soliloquy.
 

 
     

Thanks for stopping by again.  See you next time!

In Christ,

Brian and Chelsea

 

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