LPHS 2022 Variety Show


The Variety Show has been a part of Slicer tradition for over 50 years. It has been a way for all of the Slicers – students as well as teachers – to perform a talent for their peers with no fear of competition. This year’s Variety Show will be held on February 18th at 7 p.m. with auditions and applications (found in the main office)  due on February 8th.

For the past two years, the Variety Show has been put on hold due to COVID-19, but Mr. Sullivan has taken the lead and plans to bring the Variety Show into fruition with the help of Mr. Coe, Mr. Clark, Ms. Cravins, Ms. Tenbusch, and Mr. Hanson. Additionally, Ms. Parker and Mrs. Cooper are returning to the 2022 Variety Show as hosts. 

The goal of the Variety Show is to get as many different acts as possible on stage to see the variation of the student and staff population, though Sullivan has mentioned that their most common submission is karaoke. 

“We are looking for the word variety: dancers, jugglers, musicians, actors. So far, our applications include acting, dancing, and we have a rap band. The idea is to get as many kinds of performing styles as possible, including teachers,” Sullivan said. 

The show usually runs for around 45 minutes to an hour and a half and tickets can be purchased at the door for $5. The show will be following the school’s COVID-19 protocols as well. 

“I definitely think it’s important for students and faculty to perform for our school community in a way that is fun, and there is no winner. It’s not a talent show. The Variety Show is just performance for the sake of performance,” Sullivan said. 

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