March 15, 2012
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Spring Musical “Starmites” Will Be Out of This World

Purchase your tickets early to attend this year’s pop-rock musical Starmites with performances March 21-24. Tickets are now on sale before and after school in the main office and during all three lunches in the cafeteria.

Starmites is an adventure fantasy with a great musical score that you will not want to miss. Comic book fan Eleanor enters a fantasy where the evil Shak Graa threatens the alternate dimension. Along with a ragtag band of space punk boys, Eleanor tries to defend the galaxy. Along the way they meet up with a tribe of Banshees—demonic girls who crave boy band blood. Can the Starmites save the universe? Will Diva’s daughter ever get married? Will Eleanor be home in time for school? Come see the show to find out!

Good Luck Literary Team

Good luck to the following students who recently won Region 6-AAAA and now will travel to Warner Robbins on March 17 to represent Marist at the GHSA Literary State Championship:

Soloist: Hayes Callaway and Becky Ittner
Trio: Natalie Boehnlein, Becky Ittner, and Victoria Fahimmanesh
Quartet: Hayes Callaway, Braden Finch, Neil MacLean, and Branton Wandera
Essay: Eric Eichelberger and Abby Johnson
Extemporaneous Speaking: John Niedzwiecki and Libby Mandarino

Join Us for the Arts Unfiltered Coffee House on May 5, 7-10 p.m.
Something's Brewing! Come experience the finest of the Marist  fine arts in a unique, relaxed setting as the Crest Lobby transforms into the fun and funky coffeehouse we call "Arts Unfiltered." Your ticket ($10 for an individual, $25 for a family of four) gains you access to an evening of student, faculty and alumni art of all media—vocal and instrumental performance, drama and dance, sculpture and ceramics, prints, photography and paintings. Be sure to bid on your favorite items, as all proceeds benefit the Marist Arts Guild and our efforts to provide the extras that make Marist fine arts so exceptional. Excellent coffee and home-baked goods are included in the price of the ticket. May 5, 2012!

Students Wanted to Perform at Arts Unfiltered Coffee House

Students interested in performing at the May 5, 2012 Arts Unfiltered coffee house will audition at the same auditions as for St. Peter Chanel Day on Tuesday, April 3. This will be a great place to showcase your vocal and instrumental talent.

War Eagle Band Leadership Gets Set for 2012-2013
Congratulations to next year’s War Eagle Marching Band leadership. Band members attended several weeks of leadership training, and after a tryout and peer assessment, were selected by band directors Mark Craddock and Scott Sparrowhawk. The newly appointed leadership will be responsible for managing the band both on and off the field.

Congratulations to the following students:
Drum Major: Jackson Taylor
Field Commander: John Stathis
Captain: Grace Ahearn
Captain: Megan Sales
Co-captain: Dennis Frank
Co-captain: Sebastian Kahf
Percussion Captain: Natalie Boehnlein
Pit Captain: Charlie Hickey
Color Guard Captain: Catherine Joseph

All-State Chorus Members Shine in Savannah

Congratulations to Marist’s 2012 All-State choralists who sang in one of six All-State choirs on February 25.
Becky Ittner (6th year)
Hayes Callaway (2nd year)
Victoria Fahimmanesh (2nd year)
Neil MacLean (1st year)
Natalie Boehnlein (4th year)
Bryce Finch (2nd year)
Lauren Hann (1st year)
Brendan Burke (1st year)
Tess Denniss. (1st year)

All-State Band:
Dennis Frank

District Band:
Grace Ahearn
Susan Lee
JiJi Shin
Marissa ValeCruz
Margaret Williams
Noah Barulic

UGA Honour Band:
Susan Lee
Rebecca Hagler
Erin Mc Devitt
Noah Barulic
Matt Boerner
Dennis Frank
Jackson Taylor

The MAG Board Wants You

MAG is looking ahead to fill the 2012-2013 Board and needs your talent to do it. If you are interested in getting involved in Marist fine arts please contact next year’s MAG President Annemarie Boehnlein at