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Do you enjoy trying to act like your favorite movie star, musician, or Broadway performer? Have you ever wanted to pretend you are a pirate, a damsel in distress, or have you ever wanted to talk in a British accent? Do you sing in the shower, but want to try singing in front of people just to see if it works out for you? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you should consider taking Theatre I, which covers the basic elements of stagecraft, performing, script writing and history. Students will be required to participate in informal classroom skits.

 

This course is for students who more are interested in the performance aspect of theatre. This course requires students to participate in at least one play and one musical each year. Students will also have the opportunity to write scripts, direct productions in class as well as learn about various roles involved in theatre. Participation in after school rehearsals and performances is mandatory. Theatre I is required before this class.

This course is for the student interested theatre. Students will learn about costuming as well as set building. Students in this class will assist in building sets and/or costumes for the theatre class productions in the semester the class is scheduled. Participation in after school rehearsals and performances is a requirement for this class.

Mr. Huckabee’s Theatre 1 Presents:

None this semester!

Mr. Jessup’s Advanced Theater Presents:

Check, Please
Soon after their relationship ends, Guy and Girl are forced by their well-intentioned best friends to plunge back into the dating pool. Unfortunately that pool is filled with forehead-reading psychics, frustrated polygamists, and extreme accountants. And pirates. But are the blind dates really that unbearable? Yes. Yes they are. Tickets are $8 a piece, or two shows for $12 and are sold at the door.

March 5th at 7:00 PM (doors open at 6:30)

March 7th at 7:00 PM (doors open at 6:30)

The Plot, Like Gravy, Thickens

Gathered on a stormy evening at Worthington Manor to celebrate Edward’s fiftieth birthday are his attractive wife, her playboy brother, Edward’s befuddled older sister, his ex-wife and his daughter, a college student. Also present are his shady lawyer and his uptight business manager with his giddy wife and sexy southern secretary as well as the butler, the housekeeper, the maid and the cook. Each has a motive that is barely established when the lights go out! Seconds later they come back on to reveal the knife for the birthday cake protruding from Edward’s back! Who killed Edward? Find out in: The Plot, Like Gravy, Thickens! Tickets are $8 a piece, or two shows for $12 and are sold at the door.

March 6 at 7:00 PM (doors open at 6:30)
March 8 at 3:30pm (doors open at 3:00)

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