Category: Reviews

The Government Inspector

The Government Inspector written by Nikolai Gogol (modified for the Hanover High School stage by Mary Gaetz) was a smash hit last month in the school auditorium. The Footlighters put on a show that...

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Movie Review – Thor: The Dark World

The powerful, sledgehammer wielding, superhero is back in action in a movie that is sure to give viewers plenty of excitement.  Thor, one of the many Marvel superheroes, embarks on a journey with the...

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Godspell Charmers

  This year, the Hanover High School Footlighters decided to take on the ambitious undertaking of Godspell for the Spring Musical. While the choice was a bit worrisome to some, Director Mr. Haehnel, Director...

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Don’t Lou’s Out

Tucked away in the heart of Hanover’s downtown lies Lou’s Restaurant & Bakery. Lou’s is a family friendly restaurant where the customers come first. Lou’s is open from six till three on weekdays and...

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Lincoln Movie Review

Seven score and seven years ago a man was able to stop terrible fighting within a nation over an issue of inequality. Steven Spielberg, one of the most renown film directors of the time,...

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Some Perks

The Perks of Being a Wallflower, based on Stephen Chbosky’s bestselling novel, tells the story of high school freshman Charlie.  Charlie, played by Logan Lerman, enters high school alone, after his best friend commits...

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Survivor Season 25

The new season of Survivor brings another great installment into the legacy of reality television. It is the same show that we all have come to love, but with some new twists. We see...

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Once Upon a Mattress: A Play Review

By Anne C. Thompson   I often begin my play reviews by saying that I had had high expectations, and over the course of my review I come to the conclusion that I was...

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A Review of The Crucible

 By Anne Thompson The Crucible was not an enjoyable play to watch. It was beautifully poignant, artfully acted, and incredibly profound. But enjoyable? Never. It was one of the darkest, grimmest, most unpleasant plays...