by Annika Raj
The BTHS Choir Singing “Talking to the Moon” by Bruno Mars.
The crisp, cool air and the spooky season have signaled the arrival of autumn. To accompany the new season, the Arts and Entertainment club hosted a Fall Coffeehouse on Thursday, October 13. Here, several BTHS artists and performers showcased their outstanding skills! Their talents included singing, dancing, poetry, and artwork MC’ed by seniors Rohan Lokhanadham and Kyle Arend. Treya Ghosh, who sang Etta James’s I’d Rather Go Blind, had stated that the experience itself was a lot of fun and very enjoyable! She truly enjoyed watching the performances and having a great afternoon with her friends. Her favorite part of the experience and performing was the overwhelming enthusiasm of the BTHS community. The support of both friends and peers was an extremely important contribution to the event. This first coffeehouse was a massive success, and we are looking forward to the next one!