schools to present play, concerts
Prairie H.S. Dramatic Arts presents “Too Many Doctors”, a play adapted from Moliere’s “Imaginary Invalid”. Performance will be held at PHS on Tuesday, May 12th, 7:00 p.m. A comical farce featuring a hypochondriac who is dependent upon the care of “snake oil” doctors, a gold-digging young second wife, and indulgent daughters. However, his housekeeper turns heroine by posing as a world famous German Doctor who scares him out of his state of hypochondria. Join us for an evening of light hearted fun and entertainment. Admission: Adults $3.00, Students $2.00 (children under the age of 12 accompanied by adult no charge)
Prairie H.S. and M.S. combined Spring Concert, to be held at Prairie Middle School on Tuesday, May 19th at 7:00 p.m. The award winning Prairie H.S. Concert Band, will combine with this year’s outstanding Prairie Middle School Band to open the concert. Fifth and Sixth Grade Bands will be combined for several band selections. Prairie H.S. Concert Choir, and Prairie H.S. Band will conclude the evening concert. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to hear these outstanding groups present their end of the school year performances! Admission is free to all and open to the entire community.
Prairie H.S. Band students selected to perform at the prestigious “Music In May” Festival, hosted annually by Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon. “Music In May” is the oldest, continuous honors music festival in the Northwestern United States! Gina Seubert (vocalist), Kylee Simmons (alto sax), Mike Karel (trumpet), and Silas Whitley (trumpet), have been recognized for their superior performances at past Idaho Music Educators Association, District II solo and ensemble festivals, District II Honor Band and Choir participation, and by their music director, Mr. John Eynon for their outstanding musicianship and citizenship.
These students will be participating with some of the most outstanding high school musicians from throughout the northwest on Saturday, May 30th following two event filled days of rehearsals, workshops, and private lessons conducted by nationally recognized music directors and professors. Travel plans include a visit to Cannon Beach, downtown Portland, and a climb up Multnomah Falls. Scholarship donations are requested from any local business, or resident with an interest in contributing towards music excellence in the Prairie School District. Please notify the PHS office at 208-962-3901 in the event you would like to contribute and help with the cost of sending our students to this event.