We are so excited to announce that at the matinee for The Miracle Worker, we are providing ASL interpretation. As part of the sensory-friendly performance, we will have a pair of certified interpreters signing the entire show. We are excited to open our theatre up and welcome a new group of theatre-goers. Tickets for the matinee ($2) are available only in the High School Main Office and at the door. We hope to see many of you at our performance.
Tickets are now available on-line for "The Miracle Worker." The talents of 12 actors and 4 techies will share this timeless story of persistence and resilience onstage.
Performances run December 5, 6, & 7 at 7pm. Tickets are $8 for Adults and $6 for Students/Seniors. Tickets are available online, the HS main office, and at the door.
A special Sensory-Friendly matinee will take place December 7 at 2pm. Special consideration is made at this performance to accommodate those with sensory needs or those with special needs. Tickets for this performance are only available at the door for $2.
Don’t miss “The Miracle Worker”, a show for all ages!!
After opening to a sold-out audience, the cast and crew continued to entertain audiences throughout the weekend. We are so proud of all their hard work to bring these three shows to life. The drama informed the audience of the dangers of cyber-bullying and the comedies had the audience rolling the their seats. This first set of performances of 1 Acts was a complete success and it is fully due to the hard work of the entire cast and crew!
Tickets are now available on-line for "A Night of One Acts." This fun evening includes three 1 Act Plays featuring the talents of 22 actors and 8 techies.
The production opens with A Simple Task, by Alan Haehnel. Empie has a simple first assignment at her new job: Retrieve a box of merchandise for the Boss. But what do you do when the box is blocked by a parade of confusing characters, your Boss keeps changing identities, and your whole career starts to feel absurd?
The second play, Dolphin by Jonathan Dorf, comes from a collection of ten-minute plays called The Bullying Collection. When Petra is complicit in a cyberbullying attack against her best friend David, their friendship is put to the ultimate test. A tender drama that explores the limits of friendship and the consequences of not speaking up. Because of language and subject matter, this play may not be suitable for all ages.
The final play is the comedy, 10 Reasons You Should Have Stayed Home Sick Today, by E.M. Bell. Nostalgic for your high school days? Then you haven’t been there lately. Take a tour of high school’s everyday horrors, from the dreaded surprise test to the battle for a bus seat, courtesy of an ensemble of students who play everyone from the tone-deaf choir kid to the teacher who talks at a snail’s pace. Yeah, you’re definitely gonna wish you took a sick day.
Don’t miss “A Night of One-Acts”, three shows for the price of one!!
Senior students involved in the fall productions traveled to MSU this past Friday. They attended a special matinee performance for High School students of the production of Frankenstein. The production showed just how great collegiate theatre can be; from the acting to the tech design. After the show, they had the chance to speak with professors of theatre about the MSU theatre program, the audition process, and about the production.
Afterwards, they got pizza and ice cream before traveling back to school. A fun trip full of much laughter, learning, and overall fun for all. These are memories that will last forever!
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