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    Monday, February 27th, 2006
    10:38 am
    [overider]
    cross-posted decently

    Cranbrook Kingswood's Ergasterion Presents:
    Rodgers & Hammerstein's musical
    South Pacific

    Performance dates:
    Thursday March 2nd
    Friday March 3rd
    Saturday March 4th

    All performances begin at 8:00 pm
    lobby doors open at 7:30 pm

    Ticket prices are as follows:
    $10 Adults
    $ 8 Students and Senior Citizens
    $ 6 Children
    $ 0 Faculty

    Log on to [Crannet] to place ticket orders*

    Location:
    Cranbrook School PAC (Lerchen Hall)
    550 Lone Pine Road
    Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303


    *Registration deadlines (quoted from Crannet)
    Registration for the Thursday, March 2 performance will close at 12:00 noon the day of the performance or earlier if sold out.
    Registration for both the Friday, March 3 & Saturday, March 4 performances will close at 12:00 noon on Friday, March 3 or earlier if sold out.
    Tickets may be available for purchase, the night of each performance, if any are still available.
    Wednesday, June 1st, 2005
    7:44 am
    [wally14]
    There's an erg banquet today from 3:30-8:00 in the PAC.

    Theres free food, awards, and games for anyone thats participated in any form on any production this year. (crew, pit, acting, spotlighting!) So please come!
    Sunday, May 29th, 2005
    2:28 pm
    [wally14]
    hey everyone, no one seems to use this anymore...so i thought I would. Congrats to all the almost graduates at CK, you guys really deserve it! congrats to all the Evening of Dance dancers, and the cast and crew of All in the Timing.

    Theres an erg banquet this wednesday. if uve been in a play this year come!!! but you've gotta rsvp so if you wanna come, reply to this post.

    Reflecting: so everyone keeps saying your fresh and soph years that junior year is so hard. that the work is so hard. but to be honest, it wasnt THAT hard. there was just so much of it that one cant possibly do it all. so all you fresh and sophs, the next few years will be challenging just from everything you have to do. develop a work ethic and you'll be fine.
    Wednesday, March 16th, 2005
    8:21 pm
    [garneldo]
    So.....Everyone looking foward to Spring Break?
    Friday, February 25th, 2005
    7:53 am
    [wally14]
    CRANBROOK'S FINEST
    THIS SUNDAY FEBRUARY 27
    KINGSWOOD AUDITORIUM
    doors @ 2:30 show at 3pm
    $6 students $8 adults.
    Monday, February 21st, 2005
    5:21 pm
    [wally14]
    I am getting so sick of the way this school deals with problems? is anyone in agreement with me? seriously, the cock just needs to take a step back and look at what shes doing. whatever, "bird hunting seasons already begun" - Alex Smith
    Friday, November 12th, 2004
    4:39 pm
    [wally14]
    Hey all you Ergies.

    Scott and I have completely redone the entire Erg point system. It's like TOTALLY different. so stuff gets more, some get less, but everyone who was in is still in, so that didnt change anything like that. cuz scott said we had to redo everyones old points. but whatever. so after break ask scott or me for your points, if you actually want them...i mean, they really dont matter. tho i guess scotts gonna pass out awards at the end of the year.
    Friday, October 29th, 2004
    8:58 am
    [wally14]
    Cranbrook/Kingswood
    Schools Performing
    Arts Department is proud to present:

    Bury the Dead
    by Irwin Shaw









    November 4, 5 and 6 @ 8pm
    In the PAC, Lerchen Hall~550 Lone Pine Road
    Students and seniors $6 and adults $7
    This play contains adult themes NOT suitable for young children
    tickets can be purchased through CranNet or at the boxoffice on the night of performance


    If you're an alumni person and want me to reserve you tickets please let me know ASAP! and why did murph put cranbrook/kingswood? /? whatever
    Friday, October 15th, 2004
    11:06 am
    [wally14]
    06!
    Wednesday, October 13th, 2004
    12:10 am
    [elmdor]
    For those of you who may have missed it.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6081348/

    Check the 3rd of the 12 architectural wonders they list as "must visits".

    Current Mood: tired
    Sunday, October 10th, 2004
    12:23 am
    [skoriaan]
    Well well well. Is anyone in this group an Alum of Cranbrook, like myself?

    I miss wandering through the gardens, walking down woodchip, on my way to kingwood(in the winter! :) ) working on the set in the theater(Doc is gone, probably not the same anymore anyway), and playing hockey at Wallace, with a large number of people who didn't care for me.(I was a theater geek, I didn't fit with the hockey jocks :p) I miss the silly asemblies, the dress code(well. I have a NEW dress code, that is even stricter, so I guess I really don't miss it). I still don't own many pairs of jeans. Oh, if I had it to do over, what might I change? Interesting thought that.

    People who are there now, do you like it?
    People who were there, did you like it?
    People who are going(thinking of going) there, do so. Best highschool around. Education second to none, the facilities are top notch, and the possibilies are endless. Its almost college-esque, esp. for those bording students(except for that curfue they impose).

    Oh well.

    M.

    Current Mood: nostalgic
    Wednesday, September 22nd, 2004
    10:45 am
    [wally14]
    Guys are needed to try out for the Fall Play, Bury The Dead

    Auditions are today in the PAC from 3:45-6:00. Sign up on the Cranbrook Kiosk, or at the Ergasterion table at Club Fair for a time. You may pick up an audition packet in the PAC or ask me for one!

    If cast in the show you will receive full athletic credit for this season.
    Wednesday, September 15th, 2004
    11:16 am
    [wally14]
    THERE IS AN ERGASTERION MEETING TODAY (WEDNESDAY) AT 3:45 p.m. IN THE PAC! If you're interested in theatre PLEASE ATTEND! We will discuss Cranbrook Theatre in general as well as welcome all prospective actors/techies. We will pass out selection peices for auditions for the Fall Play "Bury The Dead", and discuss the upcoming Winter Musical..."Cabaret" Auditions for the Fall Play are next Tuesday and Wednesday in the PAC. Sign up on the kiosk for a time. There are 14 guy roles and 12 girl roles, some parts are doubled. See Mr. Murphy for any additional questions (I know some stuff too, as do Jordan King and Scott Knaffla).

    We're also scouting for crew and I'm in need on an ASM. Our GOAL is to have someone in a grade below me so that when I graduate we have someone to take over, if you would like to or know anyone, please see me or refer them to me.

    Thank You,
    Brian/Wally
    Tuesday, September 7th, 2004
    8:40 am
    [limnvirtu]
    Scared... it's Junior Year
    So yeah, I am going into junior year with a tough schedule. Anybody else fear a daunting schedule may be the end of them?

    • Calc AP
    • English
    • French IV
    • US History AP
    • Chem H
    • MasterSingers



    So anybody had any of those classes before who could offer a little comfort? I am not freaking out I just want a little advice.

    Current Mood: scared
    Monday, August 30th, 2004
    11:10 am
    [wally14]
    So just had a meeting with Dean Winter to discuss school and stuff. very good. hes sooo nice. anywayz there WILL be a studio. sad thing is...is that they're making murph sit thru all the rehersals...yea. i dunno about that part...i told him i didnt think it was fair really.
    Thursday, August 12th, 2004
    9:43 pm
    [geeky_greeky]
    Okay, so, hey! I am best friends with Pollard, her post is just below mine...garneldo.

    Yeah, so, er, anyway, my name's Botch. I'm hopefully going to be attending Cranbrook for highschool, which will be in two years. Yes, I just want to know what kind of people attend your school. Normal people worry me and I don't want to become a loner if I'm the only insane head-case suffering a severe case of paranoia.

    Kidding.

    But I am pretty...different. So, are you all norms?

    Current Mood: neurotic
    Thursday, July 15th, 2004
    2:30 pm
    [garneldo]
    Um, hello my name is Pollard and I'll be starting Cranbrook next year (freshman year). I've only been to the school a few times, so I have this question to ask: Do all faculty members act like they have a mind-control chips implanted in their head? And could you point me to those who don't?

    Understand, I come from nine years of bad public school and when I can't spot someone who looks like they're dealing crack, ee-I get worried. Not that I do drugs, it's just comforting to have that option floating around (or passed out in the parking lot).

    Thank you. Err, I love you.
    Saturday, June 5th, 2004
    5:01 pm
    [wasted___talent]
    hey, im new
    hey, this is prolly for ppl who go to cranbrook n stuff. but I live in NYC nd im thinking of applying to cranbrook for the midle of next year. Id b a sophmore.. ne oppinons?, is it a good school?
    ♥ elle
    Wednesday, June 2nd, 2004
    5:53 pm
    [allit89k]
    8-mile movie
    a rap in the movie 8-mile

    But i know something about you
    You went to Cranbrook, that's a private school
    What's the matter dawg? You embarrased?
    This guy's a gangster, he's real name's Clarence

    And Clarence lives at home with both parents
    And Clarence's parents have a real good marriage
    This guy don't wanna battle, He's shook
    'Cause there no such things as half-way crooks
    He's scared to death
    He's scared to look in his fuckin yearbook, fuck Cranbrook



    cool!

    Current Mood: amused
    Saturday, May 22nd, 2004
    11:45 pm
    [wally14]
    heh Susan. yes. I can bitch about this school
    Well my mother met with Mr. Shaw to tell him how the school he is running sucks. wow they're going to love me over there.
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