Sinatra Eagerly Awaits RENT

The Musical Theatre program at Frank Sinatra School of The Arts has long been known to perform hit shows such as “Carousel,” “Footloose” and  “Little Shop Of Horrors” each performed as though the… Continue reading

SUS: Student Profile

1) What was the most exciting thing that happened to you last summer? Well, I got the opportunity to ask my favorite rock band, Royal Pirates, questions on the TV show Afterschool Club,… Continue reading

The Boys are Bringing it Back

  When people say ballet, they often think of pink tutus and girls with their hair in buns. Since 2008 there have been no more than two male dancers per grade in Frank… Continue reading

SUS: Student Profile

What’s your final thoughts about Sinatra now that it’s your senior year ? It’s been good for me, I never really had a problem here. This school has a good ambience. Why is… Continue reading

Cabaret is a Billboard Hit

On Friday October 24th and Saturday October 25th, Frank Sinatra School of the Arts (FSSA) put on it’s annual production of Cabaret. Vocal majors of all grades picked a song pertaining to the theme and would… Continue reading

Lights, Camera, Andre

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts’ (FSSA) own super hero Andre Vazquez is more than just the guy that helps with lighting and mic set ups for shows. Mr. Vazquez is involved in… Continue reading

SUS: Student Profile

What is your passion? “Pop culture and media…movies, television, and music. That’s why all areas of performance arts interests me.” What do you like most about performance art? “You can express emotion in… Continue reading

SUS: Student Profile

  What is your favorite day of the week? “Definitely Thursday because that day reminds me of the color purple and the color purple calms me, but more blue purple than the purple… Continue reading

Names that Hurt – Shake it off


SUS: Student Profile

What’s your favorite memory of freshman year? My favorite memory from freshman year would probably be reading Lord Of The Flies in English. I had read the book before, but never analyzed it… Continue reading