R-Factor comes to RHS


Isabella Skaggs and Meghan Gannon

The Drama Society Club held the R-factor talent show offering the members and fellow students the opportunity to show off their unique skills and talents. Whether it was dancing, singing, playing the guitar, or even a magic act, the members crushed it and had time to shine.  

Junior Julian Ford displayed his hosting abilities with a comedic attitude and demonstrated a hip-hop dance routine as the closing act to the show.  

“Talent should not be hidden, it should be shown,” Ford said.  

Several musical acts, including a duet by seniors Amelia Borys and Savanna Kraft, sang a song from the musical Guys and Dolls, was also featured in the show.  

“I liked it because we got to show off different talents that were selected by students,” Borys said.  

Another duet was presented by senior Taysia Vanburen and junior Devin Newsom.  

“When Roseville hit that stage, we hit that stage,” Newsom said.  

There were other acts, such as a magic act by freshman Kristopher Bain and a tap dance performance by junior Paige Tomala.  

RHS had a lot of talent to demonstrate and there will be more in the future.