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Malibu High School student Claire Anneet (middle) performs at the Thursday, March 1 opening of Malibu High’s “Masque” show. She won the judges' award for best singer. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
Kylie Mcnulty and her lip-syncing puppet peek out from behind the curtain.
Dancer Coco Williams performs as part of the variety show on March 1.
Musician Jude Iredell received the award for the best overall performance during a Thursday, March 1 performance.
The Super Stars Dance Group performs Thursday, March 1, in Malibu High’s “Masque” variety show.
Marcus Berns (left) and Lauren Carr-Reed of Lulu & the Frantic Shrimp perform.
Event emcees Jack Hughes (left) and Victor Scoffie take the stage.
Judges (left to right) Hunter Larsen, a singer/songwriter and MHS alumna; Brian Corrigan, an MHS math and science teacher; Adam Panish, a Malibu social studies teacher; and Scott Henderson, an agent with William Morris Endeavor, pose for the camera.
Bella Manera performs “A Love I’d Lose.”
Singer/songwriter Hunter Larsen (third from right) takes the stage with the Teacher Act.
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
9:00 am PST March 6, 2018
“Masque” is a three-day, well-honored Malibu High School tradition that students, teachers, and members of the community anticipate and enjoy.