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Last Published: April 14, 2016
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Violet Newstead (Hallie N. Voulgaris ’17) shows Judy Bernly (Carrie M. Fowle ’18) the ropes on Judy’s first day at the office.




In an unplanned turn of events, Frank Hart (Geoffrey W. Hegg ’16) confronts the people that have been controlling his company after kidnapping him.




The musical’s heroines: Judy Bernly, Violet Newstead, and Doralee Rhodes (Carrie M. Fowle ’18, Hallie N. Voulgaris ’17, and Chamille J. Lescott ’16 respectively) sing during the finale.




Doralee Rhodes (Chamille J. Lescott ’16) rides on top of Frank Hart (Geoffrey W. Hegg ’16) during a dream sequence.




Chamille J. Lescott ’16 sings during the opening of “9 to 5”.




Doralee Rhodes (Chamille J. Lescott ’16) confronts her boss Frank Hart (Geoffrey W. Hegg ’16) after learning that he’s been spreading rumors about a relationship between them.




Noelle A. Colant ’17 as Roz Keith during “Heart to Hart”.




Carrie M. Fowle ’18 sings as Judy Bernly during the opening of “9 to 5”. At the start of the story, Judy Bernly has been forced to get a job because her husband has run off with his secretary.




The ensemble (Kristina S. Kim ’17, Jeremy T. Wright ’17, Sienna A. Ramos ’18, Leigh-Ana Rossitto ’19, Amanda J. Liu ’17) happily watches as Violet Newstead (Hallie N. Voulgaris ’17) prepares a potion to make Frank Hart (Geoffrey W. Hegg ’16) disappear during a dream sequence.




Students play with Gracie during the first Furry First Friday of the Spring semester. Students will be able to de-stress and enjoy some time with therapy dogs outside of Hayden Library on the first Friday of the month for the rest of the semester.



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