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Fast Five: Xavier Mariotti

A Brief Interview with “Urinetown’s” Senator Fipp
The 23/24 Thespian Board: Front row: Sabrina Bogoger, Katie Craft, Tate Halbert; back row: Calder Moore, Kaleb Oakley, Xavier Mariotti, Trinity Klein.

Without spoilers, What is Urinetown about?
Xavier Mariotti: It’s a love story. But it is also a story of average people rising up against tyranny.

How long has it taken to put the show together?
Mariotti: It’s taken about 3 months to set up.

When are the showtimes, and how much are the tickets?
Mariotti: We have a 7 pm performance on March 14th, 15th, and 16th, and a 2 pm matinee on March 16th. Tickets are 15 dollars. Order online, here.

What is an exciting aspect of the show?
Mariotti: The costuming is gonna be so good, and the lighting and set do a great job of telling the story. Those aspects are gonna be exciting.

Who are some students and teachers you would like to invite to the show?
Mariotti: Joe Frenzel, Brandon “Danger” Dill, and Jameson Lockheart.

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Kaleb Oakley, Writing editor
Kaleb Oakley is a Junior at Broomfield High School and a third-year member of the Eagle Way News. Last year, Kaleb wrote articles about movies and other pop cultural topics; this year, Kaleb hopes to continue writing on the same subject. Outside of the Newspaper, Kaleb is on Broomfield’s Thespian Board and the President of the History Club. Kaleb enjoys watching movies, reading books, listening to music, and playing video games. Kaleb is looking forward to another strong year in the Eagle Way News.

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