Congratulations to Our Graduating Seniors

Sending a huge congratulations to our 2023 seniors! Whether it was for one show or more, we have enjoyed having so many of you as part of our productions over the past four years. Thank you for being a part of the Stage 700 and TWON families!  We have no doubt that you will do amazing things and we can't wait to see what is next for all of you. Wishing you all the best in college and beyond! Please keep in touch and let us know how you are doing. Feel free to send an update anytime! 

Mirella Albrecht

This is my first and final show with Stage 700, but I have previously participated in the shows at BCMS! I absolutely loved my time in theatre and was so excited for Mamma Mia! I will be attending the University Of Rhode Island in the fall majoring in marine biology and a potential minor in theatre! I definitely plan to join a theatre group and maybe a club dance team while I am there!! I am so grateful for my time here and I can’t wait to continue my journey that started at Bethlehem! 

Bella Chirkis

Mamma Mia was Bella’s first show with Stage 700 and she was excited to participate in her first high school show! Favorite past role was a featured dancer in A Chorus Line and she will miss spending time with the people she loves the most. Thanks to her family, friends and directors for always supporting her and her passions! 

Owen Karmel

During his time with Stage 700, Owen performed in two musicals: Les Misérables and Mamma Mia. He has learned so much since he first joined---having never performed before---and is glad to have been a part of such a talented and welcoming community. Owen will be studying engineering at Cornell University next fall. He will be back during break, however, to watch future performances!

Maggie Walters

Maggie Walters is going to William and Mary next year to study Biology with a minor in theater. She is so thankful for her time with both Stage 700 and TWON as she not only has greatly improved but has also been able to form lifelong friendships. She wants to thank Mrs. Roos and the Dashews for giving her a chance to perform throughout Middle school into highschool as well as thanking everyone involved in the theater program for their constant support.

Pamela White

Pam is headed out of Bethlehem to get a BFA in Directing, Playwriting, and Production from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. These past four years have been an absolute whirlwind, from COVID, to Zoom productions, to assistant directing for TWON. Pam is eternally grateful for all of the opportunities this community has offered her. She would not be who she is today, and she definitely would not be working towards a degree in directing, if it weren't for the support and encouragement of the TWON and Stage700 casts, crews, and directors. Pam has made friends through these communities that she hopes will follow her through the rest of her life-long theatrical journey. She can't wait to see what the world beyond Bethlehem has in store for her!

Gu Hong Wu

Gu Hong has had an eventful 4 years at the high school, helped largely by his time with TW/ON, Stage 700, and VJCAT. He would like to thank the Dashews for their guidance, Mrs. Edgar for feeding his interest in Shakespeare, Mr. OKeeffe for helping him in the college process, and finally, Mrs. Roos for her support. Gu Hong will be attending Manhattan School of Music for MT '28!!!!