The C-EB Drama Club hosted its annual talent show Wednesday, May 1 in the C-EB High School auditorium.
Nine acts took the stage demonstrating their talent in music, acting and comedy.
Junior Delilah Metcalf and Senior Oliver Miner kept the audience entertained with clever jokes and puns.
Teachers and students got into the show, with Ruth Beckler singing a Disney song, and Steve Beckler and Larry Elwess, math and history teachers, provided a comedy sketch along with a rendition of “Sweet Caroline” by Neil Diamond with audience participation.
The show provided a nice respite from the end-of year stress.
MCing the talent show and providing some stand-up comedy are Junior Delilah Metcalf and Senior Oliver Miner. Photo by Jody Rust
Alliyah Pesicka and Timerie Red Bear perform “Bless the Broken Road.” Photo by Jody Rust
Math teacher Steve Beckler performs with History Teacher Larry Elwess a comedy sketch and “Sweet Caroline.” Photo Jody Rust
Lakota Teacher and everybody’s “favorite Indian” Emmanuel Red Bear performs a round dance love song. Photo Jody Rust
Playing several acoustical pieces, Bobby Mendoza demonstrated that practice can fill the room with beautiful acoustical melodies. Mendoza also sang “Nobody Like the Opening Band.” Photo by Jody Rust
Drama Club Advisor Ruth Beckler sings “Part of that World” from The Little Mermaid. Photo by Fallynn Cloud Eagle
Mitchell Yellow Wolf and Tovano Browning perform “Brother.” Earlier in the show, Brown rapped “No Name” without missing a beat. Photo by Fallynn Cloud Eagle
Drama Club members performed “The Tale of the Lake,” which turned out to be a story with a math punchline. Photo by Fallynn Cloud Eagle