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Lake Braddock Secondary School Rashomon

By • May 29th, 2013 • Category: Cappies

Rashomon is a thought-provoking, carefully composed evaluation of truth’s place among good and evil, a difficult theme that Lake Braddock Secondary School undertook with vigor.

Lake Braddock High School Arabian Nights

By • May 7th, 2012 • Category: Cappies

The story-telling really came alive in this production, and Mary Zimmerman’s subtle political message was portrayed right up to the very end.

Lake Braddock Secondary School Dracula

By • May 9th, 2011 • Category: Cappies

Lake Braddock Secondary School’s rendition of the classical tale Dracula did well to present an old story in this new world.

Lake Braddock High School Macbeth

By • Nov 24th, 2009 • Category: Cappies

Read Colleen O’Brien’s review of Lake Braddock High School’s Macbeth.

Lake Braddock Secondary School A Streetcar Named Desire

By • May 4th, 2009 • Category: Cappies

Caught in limbo between the Old South and urban life in a desperate attempt to escape her past, Blanche Dubois regrets her travel on that streetcar by the name of Desire. In Lake Braddock Secondary School’s production of A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams, they showcased each characters’ struggle in hot New Orleans.

Lake Braddock High School The Island of Dr. Moreau

By • Feb 18th, 2008 • Category: Cappies

Can humanity change into pure instinct on a mysterious, isolated island? In The Island of Dr. Moreau, performed skillfully by Lake Braddock High School, instinct takes over beast and man. The novel “The Island of Dr. Moreau”, written by H. G. Wells in 1896, was adapted for the stage by Troy Tradup. It tells the […]

Lake Braddock Secondary School Hamlet

By • May 9th, 2007 • Category: Cappies

“Hamlet” features Cameron Doucette Lake Braddock Secondary School’s innovative version of Shakespeare’s Hamlet masterfully blended the classic and the modern in a story of corporate deceit and scandal. Adapting the text and reversing genders for certain characters added subtle nuances not seen in more traditional versions. Use of projectors and lighting (Raychel Trump) also contributed […]