Twin Lakes Performing Arts

The Spirit of Twin Lakes Color Guard in their 2019 uniforms. The show's title is “Off the Rails”. The team includes 12 members.

The Spirit of Twin Lakes Color Guard in their 2019 uniforms. The show's title is “Off the Rails”. The team includes 12 members.

Color Guard is an activity where you learn technique and performance. The different parts of color guard are dancing, flags, sabers and rifles. It is a  year round activity, competing in the fall and winter. The shows are always creative and fun to watch or perform. Shows are about 4 minutes during
the winter and about 8 minutes in the fall. The performances and shows are fun and entertaining to watch.

Soundwave in their outfits for the 2018-2019 competition season. This group included 32 members. It also included the late Anahi Garcia. (Save the bees!)

Soundwave is Twin Lakes High School’s show choir. Practice for the show begins in July, and they practice all year long getting ready for competitions in the spring. The shows are typically between 15-18 minutes long; including several upbeat songs and ballads. Each show usually has a few costume changes as well. Directed by Victoria Sayler and accompanied by Crys Bazan, Soundwave performs all around the community, as well as at ISSMA events.

Twin Lakes Theatre’s cast of Reserve Two for Murder. This play had over 40 members in both cast and crew. This show was unique because it had interaction with the audience

Theatre is all about performing. Students can audition for a part in the play and once everyone has a part, each member has lines to remember. After months of practice, the members are ready to perform the play. Each year the play is an hour and a half long. Members of the play dress in fun costumes that go with the play. Everyone is able to attend to watch the play. The audience love to watch the students perform and have a good time.