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Junior Jeremy Creek performs as the only male character in the One Act Play put on by the Tiger Theatre Company. The five actors competed along with their tech crew at Sulphur Springs, advancing in the UIL competition.

The sky is the limit

Story by Doug Kyles, news story March 10, 2021

On Thursday afternoon at Sulfur Springs High School, the curtains closed on the Tiger Theater’s company’s district performance of Silent Sky, a modern historical play by Lauren Gunderson. As the company...

Junior Maddie Frost and senior Lia Grahm perform during Tiger Theater Companys UIL One Act Play, Silent Sky. The Tiger Theater Company has been constantly hard at work in preparation to compete.

Playing the past

Story by Doug Kyles, news editor March 1, 2021

Behind each and every scientific breakthrough there are more names than the one who gets credit. Tiger Theatre Company’s next production does more than tell a story, it highlights some of the unknown...

Seniors Mason Smallwood and Zane Johnston rehearse for the upcoming fall play Puffs. Ticket can be preordered for the Nov. 7, 8 and 9 showing.

Places for scene two

Story by Zoe Rushing, staff writer October 29, 2020
Practicing for hours all throughout the week. Auditioning for the roles they desire. Performing at the end of it all and getting a round of applause.
graphic by Victoria Van

A curious incident

Story by Salem Karr, staff writer February 10, 2019

If you enjoy a murder mystery with a twist, you’ll love “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.” This play focuses on 15 year old detective and mathematical genius, Christopher Boone....

A piece of history

A piece of history

Story by Joseph Rodgers, editor in chief June 5, 2018

Black words on a page seemed like no more than black words as they fancifully described the French Revolution. European History AP students had read this all year, well familiar with Napoleon Bonaparte....

Over a hundred people were involved in the production of Oklahoma! The play was held last weekend with three showings.

‘Oklahoma!’ Review

Story by Joseph Rodgers, news editor January 19, 2018

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!” filled the stage in the PAC from Jan. 12-14. The renowned musical was performed by the Texas High Theatre Company after hosting tenuous rehearsals since October. “This...

Senior Colton Johnson and freshman Cate Rounds sing together during Oklahoma practice. The show will open tomorrow, and stay open through the weekend.

The curtain is calling

Story by Colton Johnson, editor in chief January 11, 2018

Aunt Eller’s little yellow house is built, ready to welcome all who come in its presence, the sun is ready to rise and paint the sky with soft orange light and Curly McLain is waiting patiently to sing...

Oklahoma preview, 2017

December 6, 2017

Senior Bree Barnett, center, plays the character Ambrosia in the performance “A Chemical Imbalance: A Jekyll and Hyde Play.” The show is focused in the Victorian Era, and satirically comments on society.

The experiment has been a success

Story by Colton Johnson, editor in chief October 17, 2017

A hush falls over the crowd as the cast and crew wait in the shadows, holding their breaths backstage. The lights dim–there is a pause of silent anticipation. Then a single spotlight illuminates sophomore...

Junior Gabe Lohse performs as Harry Houdini in The Last Illusion.  The one-act play will advance to area after winning the district competition.

The magic continues

Story by Emily McMaster, staff writer March 24, 2016

On March 15, the Tiger Theater Company won first place at the district UIL One-Act Play competition. This was the first time in over ten years Texas High will be moving on to the area competition. “We...

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