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Students immersed themselves in school plays in ’88 and ’89

Schoharie High School actors and actresses — from left, Fay Vamosy, Grayson Stowel, Cassandra Levendusky and Jay Van Derwerken — prepare for their 1988 presentation of “Carousel.”
Schoharie High School actors and actresses — from left, Fay Vamosy, Grayson Stowel, Cassandra Levendusky and Jay Van Derwerken — prepare for their 1988 presentation of “Carousel.”
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Stephen Jackett was only in the sixth grade, but he was one of the biggest stars in the Mohonasen school district during the spring of 1989. Jackett had won the leading role in “Oliver,” which was presented by the Mohon Masque and Li’l Masque Theaters on May 5 and 6. He shared stage and story with Stephen Farmer as Fagin, Tracy Carpenter as Nancy and Mark Jackett as the Artful Dodger. Three hundred students, teachers ...


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lknussman
April 8, 2013
12:24 p.m.

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I was also in Oliver at Mohonasen in 1989 and it really was a wonderful production. The sets were created in such an innovative way so walls could be moved in and out and could be done without shutting the curtains so the audience could feel a part of the action during the set change. So, the acting, the singing, the music, the sets and every part of it made it what it was. Great memories!

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