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Academy of Our Lady of Peace

Presents

Spring Sing 2014

ERAS

An OLP Tradition Since 1971...

Philosophy | To Encourage: Creative thinking and expression in a musical setting. Students to challenge their creative limits. Class unity through cooperation while strengthening school spirit through participation. The collaborative spirit and talents of the entire OLP community. And support excellence by recognizing individual and class achievements.


Faculty Production Team Production Supervisor

Mrs. Kathleen Herb Baker ’70

Stage Manager Dr. Melinda Blade

Singing Advisor/Accompanist Ms. Katherine Kamrath ’71

Balboa Theatre Hosts OLP Spring Sing The storied Balboa Theatre is the latest location of OLP’s forty-four year tradition – Spring Sing! The Balboa Theatre, named for the famed Spanish explorer, Vasco Nunez Balboa, was designed by Australian architect William H. Wheeler (1873-1956) in the Spanish and Moorish architectural style. Wurster Construction Company was charged with the task of the construction. The Theatre first opened for vaudeville and silent movies on March 28, 1924. The cost for the edifice was $1.5 million. The original 426-pipe Robert Morton organ was installed in 1929, having been constructed in Van Nuys. The organ now in the Theatre is the second organ and it is referred to as the “Wonder Morton,” one of only five in the world. The original organ was removed in 1929 and relocated to the Fox Theater, now known as the Copley Symphony Hall. Sound movies became a hit in the 1930s and the Balboa Theatre took good advantage of America’s fascination with the “talkies” and remodeled the facilities to accommodate a society mesmerized by the burgeoning movie industry. In 1930, the Theatre was renamed Teatro Balboa and became a popular place to view films originating in Mexico City. The Theatre was renovated prior to opening under the auspices of new management. At that time, the four chandeliers seen in the front of the Theatre were installed. Prominent Latin stars could be seen in the films and Teatro Balboa cemented its relationship with the diverse population of San Diego. The Theatre also has served as an office building, a shopping center and was used by the United States Navy during World War II as bachelor officers’ quarters. Following the War, the officers’ quarters were converted into single dwellings. The Theatre was destined for demolishment in 1959 until the Russo family purchased the facility and renovated it to show movies once again.

Dance Advisor

In 1986, the City of San Diego purchased the building through eminent domain. The architectural firm of Westlake, Reed and Leskowsky oversaw the renovation. In 1972, the Theatre was placed on the San Diego Register of Historical Places. The Department of the Interior recognized the significant historicity of the Theatre and in 1996, the building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The celebrated Theatre was closed for more than 20 years and then was renovated and reopened in January, 2008. The facility retains significant aspects of its charming 1920s architecture.

Dance & Staging Consultant

The facility in which OLP students will “tread the boards” this evening has an audience capacity of 1,339. (Some believe that there were originally 1,513 seats to match the year in which Balboa sailed into the Pacific Ocean). The two 28-foot waterfalls in the front of the Theatre will cascade down this evening just as they did on opening night in 1924. Admire the mosaics in the front foyer of the Theatre from the original construction. The 90-foot ceilings will resound this evening with the strains of OLP singers, dancers and actors. Sit back, enjoy the Theatre, enjoy the drama, and enjoy “Eras.”

Ms. Amanda Daly ’08

Ms. Amanda Gustafson ’10

Props Manager Mr. John Baker

Melinda Blade, Ed.D Professional Registered Historian Professional Registered Archaeologist


Stage Managers Tiana Castro ‘14 Dana Price ‘16

Junior Intro MCs Haley Antoine Abbey Sarnowski

Overall Production Team

Freshmen Intro MCs Torrey Schenewerk Vanessa Rebeil

Intermission MCs Noah Brown Taylor Frontiera

Sophomore Intro MCs Seniors Intro MCs Isabella Halley Gabrielle Hadzicki

Finale MCs

Michelle Novak Taylor McLaughlin

Friday Night: Sydney D’Angelo ’07 Nicole Salem ’07 Kathryn Farquhar ’03 Teresa Sapien ’07 Ariel Meek ’09

The Judges

The judges have the difficult task of rating the four classes on the two nights of performance. Their decisions are based on the following criteria:

Miss Spring Sing Freshman

Singing: projection, pitch and enunciation

Sophomore

Chorus Participation: chorus involved in every number, chorus knows movements and stage positions for each song, and originality

Senior

Choreography: dance appropriate to each song, dancers know steps and are together, creativity and novelty Costumes: actors’ costumes colorful, creative, appropriate to character, dancers’ costumes colorful, creative and appropriate to dance, chorus’ costumes color, creative and appropriate to script Acting: characterization appropriate to the character, physical gestures clear, articulation, blocking Story Line/Script: songs appropriate to script, script coherent in itself, adherence to theme Props/Sets: colorful, creative, appropriate to script, adherence to theme

Saturday Night: Chelsea Gustafson ’10 Ralph Munoz Jessica St. Clair ’99 Sara Gosschalk ’09 Ana Paula Garay ’08

Junior

Spring Sing Awards 2014 Props Script Costume Design Acting Chorus Dancing Singing Theme Best of Show

Theme: adherence to general theme, adherence to class theme, novel and creative adaptation We are deeply indebted to the judges for performing this difficult task. Each class extends itself to the fullest, presenting to us exemplary performances far in excess of our anticipation. Congratulations to each and every one of our performers!

The 2014 Overall Spring Sing Award

Meagan Armenta Jillian Virrissimo


Sophomores-20th Century At a seemingly normal wax museum, Haley and her best friend, Tiffany, embark on the ultimate babysitting trip gone wrong. When Haley loses her little sister, Annie, various wax figures come to life and assist the girls while teaching them the importance of friendship.

Cast of Characters:

Haley: Makaela Nagy Annie: Alyssa Tiznado Tiffany: Tatiana Castilleja Audrey Hepburn: Carley Reichert Marilyn Monroe: Allison Simpkins Albert Einstein: Caitlin Edwards Elvis Presley: Isabella Rivera

Robin: Madeleine Ruffo Batman: Elizabeth Hammond Gene Simmons: Julia Osborn Kiss 1: Analie Samawi Kiss 2: Colleen Brady Kiss 3: Elyse Rugee Mc Hammer (Main): Kayla Lawhorn Mc Hammer 2: Caitlin Freires

Student Production Team Directors

Jenelle Seguin Rachel Rougas

Music Coordinators Cameron Asher Katy Andersen

Props Coordinator Costume Coordinators Madeline Ivanjack

Ana Paola Diaz Hannah Teves

Choreographers Ana Carolina Haro Ana Maria Rubio

Secretaries

Kayla Lawhorn Kathleen Pulvers

Thank You! We would like to thank everyone who took part in putting this together. We would like to give a big thank you to Mrs. Allen and Mr. King for their time, support and dedication. We thank everyone on leadership for their dedication and extra hours put into meetings. We thank Cami Asher for writing a 19-song angelic medley. We thank Ms. Daly, Mrs. Herb, Mrs. Kamrath and Ms. Gustafson for assisting us. We are grateful for the support and patience of Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Cullina, Mrs. DeVore, Ms. Rodriguez, Ms. Boettger, Mr. Moreno, Ms. Muther, Mr. Stringer, and Mr. Cowperthwaite.

Dancers “Can’t Touch This” Kayla Lawhorn “Crusin’ for a Brusin’” Laura Alvarez-Hoyos Ximena Aragon Alexa Blanchet Naomi Cerda Ana Paola Diaz Hilda Natalia Espinoza Ana Pascale Geday Ana Carolina Haro Katelyn Heffler Luz Hernandez Alejandra Landeros Daniela Lopez-Cullingford Erykah Lopez Isabel Lozano Karla Sofia Lozano Maria Paula Molina Itzel Naranjo Alexia Nuñez Ana Maria Rubio Analia Rubago Montserrat Serrano Keila Yazdani Ana Paola Herrera “Help” & “Smooth Criminal” Laura Alvarez-Hoyos Ximena Aragon Alexa Blanchet Naomi Cerda Ana Paola Diaz Hilda Natalia Espinoza Ana Pascale Geday Ana Carolina Haro Katelyn Heffler Luz Hernandez Alejandra Landeros Daniela Lopez-Cullingford Erykah Lopez Isabel Lozano Karla Sofia Lozano-Fimbres Maria Paula Molina Itzel Naranjo Alexia Nuñez Ana Maria Rubio Analia Rabago Montserrat Serrano Keila Yazdani Ana Paola Herrera “We’re All in This Together” Laura Alvarez-Hoyos Ximena Aragon

Alexa Blanchet Naomi Cerda Ana Paola Diaz Hilda Natalia Espinoza Ana Pascale Geday Ana Carolina Haro Katelyn Heffler Luz Hernandez Alejandra Landeros Daniela Lopez-Cullingford Erykah Lopez Isabel Lozano Karla Sofia Lozano-Fimbres Maria Paula Molina Itzel Naranjo Alexia Nuñez Ana Maria Rubio Analia Rabago Montserrat Serrano Keila Yazdani Ana Paola Herrera “I’ll Be There/ Halo/ Walking on Sunshine” Laura Alvarez-Hoyos Ximena Aragon Alexa Blanchet Naomi Cerda Ana Paola Diaz Hilda Natalia Espinoza Ana Pascale Geday Ana Carolina Haro Katelyn Heffler Luz Hernandez Alejandra Landeros Daniela Lopez-Cullingford Erykah Lopez Isabel Lozano Karla Sofia Lozano-Fimbres Maria Paula Molina Itzel Naranjo Alexia Nuñez Ana Maria Rubio Analia Rabago Montserrat Serrano Keila Yazdani Ana Paola Herrera Chorus: Gabrielle Abou Charlotte Adema Isabella Alexander Katy Anderson Kathya Arana Shola Armando Dani Armenta Cami Asher Jasmine Bagnas

Francesca Bielar-Buckley Alexandria Brooker Natalie Covarrubias Karina Cerny Eva Curiel Katie DeLara Ana Enciso Belle Geniza Fernanda Gonzalez Alexa Hernandez Madeline Ivanjack Brooke Jacobson Tess Kalfayan Kayla Lawhorn Christine LeSchofs Faith Manderbach Eunice Martinez Spencer McVeigh Irena Murray Kasey O’Connor Emily O’Connor Romary Osorio Kathleen Pulvers Corrinne Rodriguez Sienna Rohrer Rachel Rougas Monica Sanchez Sarah Sanchez Anais-Andrea Santiago Jenelle Seguin Katie Suglich Briana Tangredi Haley Teves Hannah Teves Giselle Valdez Costumes: Ana Paola Diaz Hannah Teves Script Writers: Jenelle Seguin Rachel Rougas Props/crew: Madeline Ivanjack Monica Sanchez Anaiis Santiago Faculty Moderators: Mrs. Donna Allen Mr. Christopher King Parent/Friend volunteers: Mrs. Wendy Andersen


Seniors-Revolutionary You think you know about the American Revolution? Nay. Let’s say the Americans didn’t win the war—the British did. After losing the war, the Founding Fathers (and one Founding Mother) are forced to sign a document made by England’s monarch, King George III, which will strip them of their freedom forever. Left dejected and downtrodden, they must find a way to save the colonies and ensure their freedom. What will happen to the future of “America?”

Cast of Characters:

Protester: Danielle Nguyen King George III: Madeline Engelbrecht Queen Charlotte: Grace Nokes Servant: Sierra Arguilez Soldier: Aimei Reily George Washington: Ursula Herrera John Adams: Karina Montague

Thomas Jefferson: Julia Brekka Benjamin Franklin: Natalia Jacobo Abigail Adams: Jillian Virissimo Gold Statue 1: Veronica Wilson Gold Statue 2: Erin Lofgren Statue of Liberty: Kirsten Johnson Uncle Sam: Natalie Ireland

Student Production Team Directors

Rose Marie Oshana Rosa D’Amato

Choreographers Carolina Capetillo Chloe Haddaway

Music Coordinators Madeline “Piper” Evans Courtney Govan Grace Suggs

Secretaries

Hope Morgan Melissa Stepovich

Prop Coordinators Costume Coordinators Renata Galan-Hoffman Faith Konja Shantell Mansour

Katie Anastas Ana Victoria Martinez

Thank You! We would like to thank everyone and anyone who took part in putting together this wonderful production. We couldn’t have done it without you!

Dancers “Power/Skyfall” Aminah Al-Jaber Jacqueline Brady Carolina Capetillo Kaitlyn “Kiki” Cook Maria Estrada Karla Palacio Fimbres Aimee Gonzalez Bianca Gonzalez Chloe Haddaway Ashley Karaniwan Alexia Letayf Dayra Macias Abigail Martinez Madeleine Mendoza Christina Ortiz Nidia Sanchez Karina Torres Mariana Vega Monica Villalpando Ana Sofia Ybarra “One Day” Aminah Al-Jaber Jacqueline Brady Carolina Capetillo Kaitlyn “Kiki” Cook Maria Estrada Karla Palacio Fimbres Aimee Gonzalez Bianca Gonzalez Chloe Haddaway Ashley Karaniwan Alexia Letayf Dayra Macias Abigail Martinez Madeleine Mendoza Christina Ortiz Nidia Sanchez Karina Torres Mariana Vega Monica Villalpando Ana Sofia Ybarra “We’re Not Gonna Take It!” Aminah Al-Jaber Jacqueline Brady Carolina Capetillo Kaitlyn “Kiki” Cook Maria Estrada Karla Palacio Fimbres Aimee Gonzalez Bianca Gonzalez Chloe Haddaway Ashley Karaniwan Alexia Letayf Dayra Macias Abigail Martinez Madeleine Mendoza Christina Ortiz Nidia Sanchez Karina Torres Mariana Vega Monica Villalpando Ana Sofia Ybarra “Don’t Stop”/ “Proud to be an American” Aminah Al-Jaber Jacqueline Brady

Carolina Capetillo Kaitlyn “Kiki” Cook Maria Estrada Karla Palacio Fimbres Aimee Gonzalez Bianca Gonzalez Chloe Haddaway Ashley Karaniwan Alexia Letayf Dayra Macias Abigail Martinez Madeleine Mendoza Christina Ortiz Nidia Sanchez Karina Torres Mariana Vega Monica Villalpando Ana Sofia Ybarra

Erin Lofgren Brenna Machek Dayra Macias Shantell Mansour Abigail Martinez Ana Victoria Martinez Taylor McLaughlin Meghan McMahon Madeleine Mendoza Sabrina Mendoza Kayla Moreno Hope Morgan Michelle Novak Dominique Ochoa Christina Ortiz Rose Marie Oshana Madeleine Ota Priscilla Perez Alexa Querin Marianna Ripa Ninett Rodriguez Nidia Sanchez Isabelle Sandmeyer Madeline Schneider Julia Sinsay Brenna Smith Kelsie Smith Naomi Smullen Melissa Stepovich Breanna Stewart Grace Suggs Karina Torres Mariana Vega Monica Villalpando Veronica Wilson Julia Zarella Costumes Katie Anastas Ana Victoria Martinez Mr. Jeff Kirschbaum

Chorus Ana Sofia Ybarra Isabela Alba Aminah Al-Jaber Katie Anastas Alexis Athis Abigail Bacon Elisabeth Balourdas Vanessa “Isabella” Beatie Stephanie Begle Jacqueline Brady Montse Elorduy-Bremer Ana Emely Camarena-Gamboa Jaliza Cancino Carolina Capetillo Janesa Carreon Constanza Charles Alicia Comer Kaitlyn “Kiki” Cook Bianca Corallino Rosa D’Amato Imelda Daniel Nicole Marie Derr Iliana Douraghi Scriptwriters Emily Edgin Rosa D’Amato Maria Estrada Rose Marie Oshana Madeline “Piper” Evans Karla Palacio Fimbres Props and Crew Alexandra Flores Renata Galan-Hoffman Renata Galan-Hoffman Faith Konja Aimee Gonzalez Shantell Mansour Bianca Gonzalez Ms. Suzie Knapp Maria Fernanda Gonzalez Courtney Govan Faculty Supervisors Ashley Gracyk Ms. Cascarano Kimberly Ha Mrs. Gascho Chloe Haddaway Ms. Guerin Katherine Hammond Ms. Hanley Catherine Hanczor Mr. Kirschbaum Catherine Hartmeier Ms. Knapp Morgan Hazel Mr. Reichardt Aranza Hernandez Mr. Boyer Megan Houston Mrs. Wyatt Nijelle Huynh Ms. Tooker Jenna Hyatt Natalie Ireland Parent/Friend Volunteers Kirsten Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Jeff and Holly Anastas Kristi Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Marco and Mariza Martinez Ashley Karaniwan Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and Carolyn Galan Rebecca Kielty Mr. and Mrs. Issam and Ban Konja Faith Konja Mr. and Mrs. Andy and May Mansour Kyra Leone And thank you to all of the senior parents for Alexia Letayf supporting your daughter’s participation!


Juniors-Future

Dancers

Come travel to the year 3015 and meet Nova, a teenage girl researching a history project on the 1980’s who isn’t having much luck. Her teacher, Siri, helps by producing a real girl from 1985. Cindy comes in a time machine to teach Nova about the time period. However, Cindy wants to go explore the future. The two go off on an adventure to see what the world is like in the year 3015. They see “ancient ruins,” new technology, robots, and even aliens, and end up becoming friends in the process.

Cast of Characters:

Vega: Abbey Sarnowski Gary: Natalie Panigall Nova: Lauren Brown Cindy: Belle Para

Tour Guide: Keara Kirkpatrick Alien Couple: Lucia Ventura Alien Couple: Andrea Cervantes Siri 3000: Elizabeth Farkas Statue of Liberty: Noah Brown

Student Production Team Directors

Katy Johnson Riley Stenehjem

Secretaries

Catherine Chan Julia Covington Tori Mullenix

Costume Coordinators Music Coordinators Artemis Hodoyan Costanza Morellon

Veronica Marquez Mariel Martinez Elizabeth Villanueva

Choreographers Susana Alvarado Alejandra Wehber

Prop Coordinators Alejandra Cruz Karina Scolari

Thank You! We would like to thank our legendary moderators, Ms. Stefini Ma’ake ’98 and Mr. Aaron Gonzalez, for their inspiring dedication to guide us to achieving greatness in Spring Sing, we appreciate their strong support and constructive criticism and putting up with our far-fetched ideas and mass amount of laughter. Thank you to everyone who joined Spring Sing, we know Junior year is very hectic but you still managed to blow our minds every day when you sang, danced, smiled and laughed, we love you. Thanks to Mrs. Hodoyan and Mr. & Mrs. Morrellon. Lastly, thank you to Mrs. Herb-Baker for yet another amazing year of Spring Sing, this tradition needs your wisdom to thrive. Thank you, America.

“Hey Ya / Mickey / That’s Not My Name” Susana Alvarado Paulina Armenta Maria Sofia Hernandez Bridget Mallett Karen Noriko Miyai Constanza Morellon Nicole Nassif Adriana Olivares Erika Pichardo-Ley Priscilla Posada Alejandra Ramirez-Fierro Andrea Tamer Krista Walsh Alejandra Wehber Sarah Wreschinsky “1985” Susana Alvarado Paulina Armenta Maria Sofia Hernandez Bridget Mallett Karen Noriko Miyai Constanza Morellon Nicole Nassif Adriana Olivares Erika Pichardo-Ley Priscilla Posada Alejandra Ramirez-Fierro Andrea Tamer Krista Walsh Alejandra Wehber Sarah Wreschinsky “Don’t Stop Me Now” Susana Alvarado Paulina Armenta Maria Sofia Hernandez Bridget Mallett Karen Noriko Miyai Constanza Morellon Nicole Nassif Adriana Olivares Erika Pichardo-Ley Priscilla Posada Alejandra Ramirez-Fierro Andrea Tamer Krista Walsh Alejandra Wehber Sarah Wreschinsky “Pompeii” Susana Alvarado Paulina Armenta Maria Sofia Hernandez Bridget Mallett

Karen Noriko Miyai Constanza Morellon Nicole Nassif Adriana Olivares Erika Pichardo Priscilla Posada Alejandra Ramirez-Fierro Andrea Tamer Krista Walsh Alejandra Wehber Sarah Wreschinsky “Time Warp” Susana Alvarado Paulina Armenta Maria Sofia Hernandez Bridget Mallett Karen Noriko Miyai Constanza Morellon Nicole Nassif Adriana Olivares Erika Pichardo-Ley Priscilla Posada Alejandra Ramirez-Fierro Andrea Tamer Krista Walsh Alejandra Wehber Sarah Wreschinsky Chorus Haley Antoine Julianne Arellano Nadia Balin Courtney Bahoura Emily Bekkema Diana Castillo Lesly Castro Catherine Chan Alejandra Cisneros Kristen Claunch Julia Covington Alejandra Cruz Rebecca Cudal Ana Paula Del Rio Khrissa Devon Rebecca Diaz Abigail Engle Samantha Faustino Leila Firestone Caroline Flagg Taylor Frontiera Amanda Gateley Kellie Gerhart Gabrielle Hadzicki Isabella Halley Laura Handy Artemis Hodoyan Bridget Hulburt Katy Johnson

Rebecca Lindgren Veronica Marquez Sophia Martin Mariel Martinez Jasmine McCarthy Patricia Miramontes Tori Mullenix Sierra Peralto Hannah Roach Karina Scolari Megan Shamoun Riley Stenehjem Jordan Stewart Brenda Trujillo Elizabeth Villanueva Anna Williamson Faculty Moderators Aaron Gonzalez Stefini Ma’ake Script Writers Riley Stenehjem Katy Johnson Costumes Artemis Hodoyan Constanza Morellon Props/Crew Alejandra Cruz Patricia Miramontes Karina Scolari Ana Paula Del Rio Kendra Vu Megan Shamoun Supervisors Mary Hay Jackson Wyatt Carole Meilich Susan Antolin Veronika Szaini Teri Heard Jim Carlin Kathleen Herb-Baker Amanda Gustafson Stefini Ma’ake Aaron Gonzalez


Dancers

Freshmen-Greek Aphrodite, the goddess of love, is a teen at Mount Olympus Academy along with her best friends, Athena, Artemis and Antiope. She is invited to the Spring Dance by cutest guy at Mt. Olympus. She is very excited, but Zeus, her father, is not. Will love convince Zeus to let his little girl go?

Cast of Characters:

Aphrodite: Isabelle Abou Zeus: Rita Daniel Hermes: Sofia Gonzalez Adonis: Amaris Leal

Hera: Karime Laborin Athena: Elizabeth Yokley Artemis: Isabella Magana Antiope: Sophia Navarro

Student Production Team Directors

Natalia Ventura Erin Stumm

Music Coordinator Choreographers Katie La Costa

Costume Coordinator Prop Coordinator Alejandra Garcia

Luz-Celeste Magana

Riley Collazo Andrea Peraza

Secretary

Melissa Lopez

Thank You! Special thanks to Hannah Littlefield for helping us with our chorus! You’re the best. Thank you to Mrs. Amanda Gustafson and Mrs. Katharine Kamrath for helping us with our chorus and acting.

“Feeling Good” Melyna Blanco Delia Garland Alexa Gonzalez Luisana Gonzalez Maria Jose Arreola Sofia Orso Valeria Otanez Zarina Parra “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” Alondra Ackerman Melyna Blanco Alexa Gonzalez Luisana Gonzalez Maria Jose Arreola Sofia Orso Valeria Otanez “Devil in Disguise” Alondra Ackerman Melyna Blanco Delia Garland Alexa Gonzalez Luisana Gonzalez Maria Jose Arreola Sofia Orso Valeria Otanez Zarina Parra “Oh, What a Night” Alondra Ackerman Melyna Blanco Alexa Gonzalez Luisana Gonzalez Maria Jose Arreola Sofia Orso Valeria Otanez “Footloose” Alondra Ackerman Melyna Blanco Delia Garland Alexa Gonzalez Luisana Gonzalez

Props Luz-Celeste Magana

Maria Jose Arreola Sofia Orso Valeria Otanez Zarina Parra Chorus Katrina Alberto Anneliese Babka Carissa Barragan Gemma Carretta Ashlyn Crowe Elizabeth Culp Hana Diamond Denise Drachenberg Anna Durr AnaLucia Esparza May Ann Gelle Paola Guerrero Elizabeth Hanczor Madeleine King Ana Laniado Elisa Litke Natalie Lopez Andrea Lozano Meagan Macavinta Elizabeth McCue Sabrina Oghassabian Elizabeth Ortiz Hannah Quijano Katie Riego de Dios Alexa Ripa Virna Serrano Katelyn Smith Laura Toscano Ana Paola Trujillo Hana Zarela Velazquez Riley Whalen

Faculty Supervisors Mrs. Diane Yandell Mrs. Kristie Zapala Ms. Ilene Nagem Mr. Tim Paluso Mrs. Leticia Oseguera Mrs. Eileen Lazar Ms. Margaret Wiedower Ms. Pauline Carbone Mrs. Jill Hicke Mrs. Katie Turner Parent/ Friend Volunteers Thank you to the parents who brought snacks: Mrs. Yokely Mr. Culp Mrs. Macavinta Mrs. Stumm Mrs. Smith Mrs. Lopez Mrs. Arreola

Costumes Alejandra Garcia Special thanks to Mrs. Diane Yandell Script Writers Natalia Ventura Katie La Costa The Leadership Team Special thanks to Mrs. Kristie Zapala


Spring Sing Themes Through The Years 1971 1971 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980

Celebrating The First Year We’ve Come To Look for America Broadway Seasons Fantasy Our American Heritage Hello To Hollywood Remember When The Year of the Child Festival of Holidays

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 2011 2012

Directions Celebrating 100 Years Lands of Disney A Salute to Our American Cities Transportation Seasons That’s Entertainment It’s a Small World--Lands of Adventure Tell Me A Story That’s Entertainment Board Games Shoes

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Tribute to Composers A Rainbow Connection Lands Seasons Through the Years Cities Cosmic Revue Talk to the Animals All-Aboard Time Travelers

2013 What A Wonderful World 2014 Eras

A Special “Thank You” To: Mrs. Lauren Lek, Head of School Mr. John Galvan, Vice Principal Mrs. Jessica Hooper, Associate Principal Mrs. Jeanette Handelsman, Associate Principal Theater Design Class OLP Cheerleaders Mr. John Baker Mrs. Melissa Acosta Mrs. Samantha Lomeli Mrs. Colleen Prantil The Management of Balboa Theater The faculty, parents, students and friends who supported the cast with their presence. ACADEMY OF

OUR LADY OF

PEACE FOUNDED 1882

Thank You For Joining Us!

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Extra! Extra! Read All About It! This is Our Land All That Glitters How I Spent My Summer Vacation American Jukebox Classic Sitcoms OLP Street Scene Shakin’ Up Shakespeare That’s Entertainment Seasons of Love


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