Almost, Maine - December 02 - December 05, 2020

Union High School

 Senior Bios  

  • Colton Aubuchon

    A lot happened in the last four years, man. It's been a wild ride. I've been part of this theatre program since I've been at UHS and it has been some of the best times of my life. In theatre, band, and choir I've made friends and memories that I will always remember. There's too many people to thank individually so here's one big one for everyone. Thank you. I've learned a lot, I've done a lot and hopefully it pays off in the end but I'll probably forget most of it. I don't know what else to say so.. um.. HOW ABOUT THAT? 

  • Ayden Sherwood

    In my sophomore year of high school, my best friend, Adam Vancil, convinced me to join theatre and I am thankful every day for him doing that to me. He changed the course of my life forever by bothering me nonstop for a week to sign up for the fall play. I have met so many amazing and talented people through theatre and it has brought me so much joy.

    Since joining, I have worked on every single play that we have put on and I don't regret a single moment of it. I have grown so much as a person and as a theatre nerd. I am happy that I gave in to my friend's pestering and signed up for the show. I want to thank everyone for being such a supportive community and a special thanks to Ms. Serbus for always believing that I can be great.

    And last, but not least, I want to thank Adam Vanicl for dragging me here. My life definitely would not be the same if he didn't convince me to give it a shot. 

  • Theodore Pride

    I started theatre my freshman year not because I wanted to or thought it was fun but because I was forced to. I didn't imagine that it would completely change my life. I could have never imagined that I would have directed two one acts, acted, or met so many amazing people in the span of three years. I'm glad I had the chance to meet these amazing people because of theatre.

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