Musical Theater Cabaret Caps the BHS Theater Department’s Year

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

Editor’s Note: Many of the performers will be at Berklee Performance Center in Boston on Saturday night, June 23, to learn the outcome of the 2018 MET awards presented by the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild. Both of Bedford’s 2019 musicals, Seussical and Honk, Jr. were nominated for a record number of awards.

The Bedford High School Theater Department students presented their annual year-end Musical Theater Cabaret on Saturday evening. Performing songs from Broadway musicals as diverse as Hamilton and The Little Mermaid, students also shared original compositions and a song by Bob Marley.

Musical Theater Cabaret ~ at BHS on Saturday, June 16 at 7 pm

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Bedford High School’s Performing Arts Department presents a Musical Theater Cabaret on Saturday, June 16th at 7 pm in the Bedford High School auditorium.

It’s time to celebrate the achievements and accolades that cast, crew, pit, and staff of Seussical have earned through the Theater at the Mount TAMY Awards and the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild’s MET Awards. (Click this link to learn more.)

The 2018 Barrett-Sotheby Bedford Prom Stroll ~ Official Group Picture

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

Congratulations to all of the Bedford High School seniors and their escorts who attended Thursday’s Barrett-Sotheby Prom Stroll. And thank you to photographer Shannon Dillon, proprietor of Creative Images Boston Photography for the official image.

To see 136 more Creative Images candids from the event, visit https://www.facebook.com/CreativeImagesBoston

Celebrate Our Local Wild and Scenic Rivers During Riverfest ~ June 16 & 17

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

While a plethora of events are attached to Riverfest each year, three scheduled in Beford and Concord on Father’s Day have much to recommend them: An early-morning paddle along the Concord River, leaving from the Bedford boat landing; a Cardboard Boat Race at the Old Manse in the afternoon; and the annual Solstice celebration with its Illuminated Flotilla at North Bridge as the sun sets.

“Angst” ~ An Indie Flix Documentary Movie Screening ~ at JGMS on May 17 at 6 pm

Submitted by the John Glenn Middle School Parents Association

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Changing the world often requires changing the minds of people. One of the most effective ways to change people’s minds — by increasing awareness, by stimulating empathy — is storytelling, particularly visual storytelling. IndieFlix, a leading independent online streaming platform, along with its non-profit arm, the IndieFlix Foundation, is sparking a global conversation about anxiety through screenings of its brand-new documentary, “Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety”

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