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Jolly Roger & The Pirate Queen
It is the year , and the wealthy American aristocrat Roger Goodman is practicing his proposal to Sarah Huffington with his butler George. Soon, Sarah and her friends arrive in the garden and Roger and George hide so that they can eavesdrop on their conversation. Sarah and her two friends Kate and Belinda enter the scene, telling jokes to one another. The conversation quickly switches to Roger Goodman, whom Kate and Belinda affectionately talk about. Sarah, on the other hand, is not that interested in Roger and reveals that she would rather marry a pirate. She shows them a wanted poster for pirate Bluebeard, and the other girls recoil in horror.
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Sacred Heart School in East Grand Forks presented the play "Jolly Roger and the Pirate Queen," with some cast members doing double duty as actors in the play and competitors in Minnesota subsection speech competition, all on the same day. The play included a Saturday performance the same day as the Minnesota subsection speech competition in Greenbush, Minn. Above left Kale Eickhof right and Christa Weiler center placed first in drama duel at that event, and David Ewens left was second in serious prose interpretation. Fourth places went to John Ewens second from right in creative expression and Abby Schoenborn second from left in humor interpretation. Media team: Josh Greer. Stage managers: Greg Gulbranson, Ashley Seim. Director: Deb Luth.