The cast and crew of the TAPPS One Act Play received several awards at this weekend’s district competition. Bishop Lynch theater students performed “He Done Her Wrong Or Wedded But No Wife!” on October 28 at Legacy Christian in Frisco, competing against students from area high schools.
In addition to the hundreds of BL students, parents, faculty, and staff who had the opportunity to see the production in the McGonigle Theater over the last two weeks, Director John Athas thanked the families of students who supported the production all the way through. “We are very happy with the talent and hard work put in by the cast and crew,” said Athas.
For their performance, Arturo Pascal and Riley Rose received the All-Star Cast award. Honorable Mention Cast went to Marlania Okolo, Madison Sterling, and Haley Espinosa, and Nick Reed was awarded All-Star Crew. Congratulations to these Friars!
Frank Brown began teaching art at Bishop Lynch in 2000 after many years as a professional artist and illustrator. Mr. Brown’s paintings are in private, corporate and public collections, including the El Paso Museum of Art, The Midland Art Museum, Amarillo Museum of Art, and the San Angelo Museum of Art.
With his caring and soft-spoken demeanor, Mr. Brown has helped thousands of Friars develop their artistic talent, art appreciation and knowledge of art history. Besides his classroom tutelage, Mr. Brown is the moderator for the Amazing Afterschool Art Club and the Architecture Club.
Alumni in the Arts
Bishop Lynch High School graduates have successful careers in the performing and visual arts, and their talent was nurtured on the BL campus. These Forever Friars are leaving their mark in the art world and inspiring audiences – and the next generation.