2016-02-06 / The Bullhorn

Variety Show offers, well, variety

By Kayleigh Long
Bullhorn Reporter


Front, from left, Travis Miles, Daniel Taylor, back, from left, Jared Williammee and Damien Miles practice their number prior to the RCS Variety Show. 
Photo by Jackson Woody Front, from left, Travis Miles, Daniel Taylor, back, from left, Jared Williammee and Damien Miles practice their number prior to the RCS Variety Show. Photo by Jackson Woody The Roxboro Community School Variety Show, was held Jan. 29 and 30 at the Kirby.

The show started off with the RCS Jazz Band playing Runaway Baby by Maroon 5. Later in the night, the Jazz Band played Reptile, The Jive Samba, and Fowl Play. All of the music was lively and energetic.

During the show, RCS students sang on stage. Jenna Scott sang her rendition of Hello by Adele. Daniel Taylor sang Through All of It by Colton Dixon; Lily Morgan performed Basin Street Blues by Spencer Williams. Adam Ramsey performed his version of I’m Not The Only One by Sam Smith. Ahn Overbey performed Love Yourself by Justin Bieber, and Messiah Moore offered A Long Walk by Kris Berg.

The RCS comedy troupe performed three skits on stage during the show. These skits included “Verbatim,” which was a spoof on beauty pageant speeches. “What The Debate Might Be,” was a satire on presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and “Scene From An RCS Classroom” was a portrayal of a day in RCS math teacher Jason Bell’s class.

Brett Gill sang Something Like Olivia by John Mayer while playing the guitar, Brittany Daye gave a performance of Still I Rise by Maya Angelou, and Aivry Coleman danced to Monkey Around by Ahrens and Flaherty.

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