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McHenry High School's student-written and -edited newspaper

The McHenry Messenger

Collaborating to put on a renaissance-themed dinner and performance, the McHenry Theater and Choir Department collaborates every year for the Madrigal Dinner, run by choir teacher Derek Galvicius.

At your service

Lily Adams, Feature Editor December 12, 2023

A hush falls over the crowd as the queen enters the room. The stage lights shining off senior Adelynn Kuhlemeier’s dress, she blinds everyone with her beauty. As she sings, the king and the rest of the...

Students perform on stage during the Madrigal Dinner on Dec. 3 in the Freshman Campus theatre.

MCHS hosts 18th annual Madrigal Dinner event

Freedom Tomasello, Opinions Editor December 20, 2022

This year, MCHS hosted its annual Madrigal Dinner at the Freshman Campus auditorium on Dec. 3. The dinner featured performances from the Surround Sound choir, skits featuring students and a meal, including...

MCHS prepares for the Madrigal Dinner | Warrior Weekly 11.22.22

Lex Bach, Neo Fritz, and Rachel Blucher November 28, 2022

Madrigal auditions have passed and we look back to how it went. With the auditions, the cast has been selected and practice has begun. Madrigals is not a musical or a play but an improvised semi-scripted...

The first Madrigal dinner post pandemic took place in the FC auditorium on Dec. 4, festivities included dinner,  show, and a magical enviornment.

Bringing tradition back

Nikki Sisson, Marketing Manager December 6, 2021

People sit in the crowd, eating and watching the students of MCHS put on a renaissance show different from most. There's singing, dancing, and conversing with the actors while everyone eats. The Madrigal...

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