There’s no lack of drama in the world of high school drama this week, as hosts Matice Maino and Aidan MItchell speak to guests involved in their schools’ theater programs. Joining them tonight will be Greely actresses Brie Nicolaou and Evan Carrell, Greely stage manager Kaitlyn Megathlin, and Deering makeup director Evi Rondazzo.
Brie, Evan, and Kaitlyn are all involved in Greely’s upcoming production of The Learned Ladies. The showtimes for the production are below:
Thursday, March 17th at 7:30pm
Friday, March 18th at 7:30pm
Saturday, March 19th at 6:00pm (dinner theater)
Evi is the makeup director for Deering’s One-Act Festival production, which will be playing during the festival itself.
Blunt Youth Radio’s Alice Kenny and Lucy Tabb talk to Stan Davis and Sophie Payson. Stan Davis is a civil rights advocate, author of Youth Voice Project, and founder of Stop Bullying Now. Sophie Payson is a social worker at Portland High School. Learn more here.
Join hosts Joliet Morrill and Setareh Jalali tonight as they discuss college and how to pay for it. Studies have shown that the class of 2015 graduates are the most indebted ever at $1.3 trillion, so what are prospective college students supposed to do?
They will be speaking to past Blunt members Leo Hilton, Meggie Parker, Valerie Randall, Molly Adams, and Spencer Scott about their experiences after high school and in college.
In the second half, they will be speaking to Martha Johnston, Director of Education at Finance Authority of Maine, and Cherie Galyean, Education and Scholarship Manager at Maine Community Foundation. They will be speaking about the cost of college and how students can get the most out of their financial aid.
For more information on the scholarships and grants offered by FAME and Maine Community Foundation, visit their websites below: