The University of Saint Francis Jesters present a universal theme of community with a unique twist in their upcoming spring performance.
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A famous leprechaun, a growth spurt, sabotage — all will be featured in the original Ecstatic Theatrics play “Who Framed Lucky the Leprechaun?” at TekVenture on March 16-17.
Student performances and displays of dance, music and art, as well as guest artists, craft areas, a scavenger hunt and concert will all be a part of the Fort Wayne FAME Festival on Saturday, March 17, and Sunday, March 18, at the Grand Wayne Convention Center.
The Farmland Jazz Band will serve as the guest artists and clinicians at the Barry A. Ashton Jazz Festival on Saturday, March 10, at Northrop High School.
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The Carroll High School winter guard presents “By a Change in the Wind” at the Carroll High School Winter Guard Show on Feb. 10. Carroll won second place among 11 schools competing in Class A. Decatur Central placed first. Despite a winter storm that forced many entrants to cancel, the Carroll audience saw 51 units participate. Leo High School and Concord Junior Varsity earned Gold ratings in Divisional Regional A. Wayne and Concord high schools earned first place in separate events in Cadet and Divisional Regional A. Indianapolis Ben Davis took first place in Open Class. Ryan Long directs the Carroll varsity guard. Brittany Krieg is assistant director. Other staff members are Lauren Lawhead, Courtney Roop, Shelby Frank, Geoff Goelz and Chad Young. Carroll will compete March 3 in the Indiana High School Color Guard Association Class A Preliminaries at Mount Vernon High School, 8112 N. 200W, Fortville, Ind. Admission is $9, $7 for students in K-12, $3 for ages 3 and younger, and free to infants in lap. The Class A state championships will be held March 17 at Center Grove High School in Greenwood, Ind. For details, visit ihscga.org. For more photos of Carroll’s home show, visit infortwayne.com.
A musical co-written by three men who grew up in Auburn will take the stage at the Embassy Theatre at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 31.
Sparty, the Homestead High School mascot, seemed right at home on the Lafayette Meadows Elementary School stage. He greeted a few selected students and staff as part of the “Be Kind” campaign.