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The Past, Present, and Future! NCHS students prepare for 2015 Follies Production.

Check out the photos below from historical Natrona County High School productions.

The John F. Welsh Auditorium was dedicated in 1925!

In that time numerous student, alum, and community productions have graced the stage!

Soon, the NCHS Auditorium will undergo renovations to the Auditorium.

The Casper Area Education Foundation is currently assisting in fundraising efforts for an Orchestra Pit lift in the soon-to-be renovated NCHS Auditorium. The lift is needed to complete the stage in its full thrust position, or lower to accommodate a musical production requiring a full orchestra pit. The State of Wyoming School Facilities Dept. will not pay for this lift in their funding model.

The NCHS Auditorium is used by many local organizations including ARTCORE, the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra, local dance studios, middle and elementary school productions and more.

Any amount donated helps us reach our goal. Please visit this link to donate online:

http://casperedfoundation.org/donate/

Make plans to attend the upcoming NCHS  Follies on April 30, May 1 & 2 at 7 p.m.

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NCHS Drama teacher, Zach Schneider works with students on planning for the upcoming NCHS Follies event.

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This entry was posted on April 10, 2015 by in From the Classroom, Home - Inside NCSD, In Focus.

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