Trajectories Update!

Hello all! We as a drama department hope that summer is going well. There are a few updates that have to do with Trajectories, with the most important being the script deadline is moving to July 6th. Shows will continue to be in groups less than 10, but the 6 feet social distance rule has been lifted. Some added safety regulations have been put in place, such as no physical contact, temperature checks before auditions, rehearsals, and shows, and any shared props must be sanitized. We hope these rules and regulations can continue to keep us safe while doing what we love, and we are excited to see what you all come up with this Trajectories!

Trajectories Update!

As many of you know, COVID-19 has caused a huge change of plans for the formatting of the EPHS shows next year. However, Trajectories is still on track! The deadline for scripts and choreography is July 1st. Casts will have to be in groups of 10 or less due to social distancing guidelines, which includes the director. Being apart of many productions will be difficult this year unless the casts are the same throughout both shows. We as a drama department understand the difficulties to these new regulations, and hope to see you all working together again on stage soon!

An Update: the Rest of the Year

Hi all! We have some updates for you regarding the rest of the year.


LETTERING: We are lowering the requirements to letter; you will now need 5 drama clubs, 160 hours, and a lettering project to earn a varsity letter. Lettering projects will be adapted to accommodate the distance learning environment. Lettering materials are due by May 4.


DRAMA AWARDS: Drama awards in some form will happen on May 11. More info will come on this. Voting for awards (including exec) will take place April 20-24. A google form will be sent out to collect votes. Voting for drama awards will count as attending a drama club toward lettering.


EXEC SPEECHES: People who want to run for next year’s Exec Board will submit a 30 second video via this google form by April 17: Exec Application. Videos will be available during the voting period of April 20-24.


Please let us know if you have any questions!

COVID-19 Spring Show Update (3/27)

The following is an update from Mrs. Nebeker about the status of Spring Shows:

  • “I know many of you are wondering about the status of our productions.The short answer is that–like so much else right now–we don’t know. But I do want to give you some information to help guide your expectations. First, the governor has said that schools are to remain closed until at least May 4th. For one, this means that our original calendars and performance contract dates are out the window. This also means that even under the best possible scenario, we’d only be back in school for a few weeks. If we are back at school in May, we will try to arrange some kind of modified performance, possibly something like a staged reading with no tech or limited tech since we’d likely have minimal access to facilities. Again, this is best-case scenario. We have to acknowledge the possibility that we won’t be back in school at all, which would mean no spring productions.
  • Given these realities, I want to let casts and crews know that we are not expecting you to be working on lines or other prep for the shows. If we resume in some form, we’ll accommodate not being memorized (the staged reading would be scripts in hand). That said, you are certainly allowed to continue working on memorizing, characterization, etc., if you choose to. It’s all good actor practice. I just don’t want anyone to be extra stressed or extra disappointed depending on how things turn out. We miss being with you, and we also feel the loss of these opportunities. We were going to be amazing!
  • Similarly, I don’t have any certainty about Broadway. I have to say it’s unlikely we’ll be able to do it. But if you’re at home right now planning your choreography or practicing your solo, you go! These kinds of efforts aren’t wasted, even if we don’t get to perform when and how we expected to. Broadway, live from home???
  • We will do Drama Awards in some way. Jay and I will be working with exec to develop some back-up plans, even if that involves a virtual red carpet.”
  • We hope all are well in this difficult time.

    Almost, Maine Cast List

    Congratulations to those cast in Almost, Maine! The first rehearsal will be Monday, March 9th, from 4 – 6 pm in the AUD.

    Pete: Riley Wilson

    Ginette/Waitress/Suzette: Lahari Hosur

    Glory/Gayle: Jasmine Carter

    East/Phil: Amin Mahdi

    Jimmy/Man: Durssa Albert

    Sandrine/Hope: Reagan Pawlyszyn

    Steve/Randy: Xander Gordy

    Chad/Dave: Sam Aaberg

    Lendall/Rhonda: Caitlin Warshaw

    Marvalyn/Marci: Karin Seaver