Our favorite annual student-choreographed show, Broadway Extravaganza, is right around the corner! Broadway Extravaganza is a student-produced and choreographed show with dances and solos to broadway songs. Broadway Extravaganza is always no-cut meaning you can show up with zero experience and you are guaranteed a spot. We also feature solos and duets to broadway songs.
Dance auditions: May 10th at 3:30 in the PAC
Singing auditions: May 11th at 3:30 in the choir room
Dance auditions can sometimes be a bit of a workout so make sure to bring comfortable shoes you can dance in, water, and a positive attitude! See you there!
After an amazing performance from our One Act cast and crew, it’s time for a classic Shakespeare performance! Our second winter show, Much Ado About Nothing, performs on February 3-5 at 7:00pm in the Auditorium
Halloween has come early this year with our One Act play Devil of a Job
Performances are on January 27th and 28th at 7:00 pm in the Performing Arts Center!
Admission is free and the performance will There is no need to reserve a seat but donations are always appreciated for the bus ride to the One Act Competition. The show lasts about 45 minutes with no intermission. Masks are required to anyone in the building and social distancing is recommended.
Congrats everyone! Callbacks list is posted on the drama door and outside the activities office! Denice has a few people that she knows where she is going to place in her cast so not everyone is called back.
Winter shows are fast upon us! This year we are presenting Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare, and Devil of a Job by Stewart Boston. We are also thrilled to welcome Denice Mahler to the department! She will be directing our winter show this year.
Auditions will be November 29th and 30th with callbacks on December 1st. They will be held afterschool in the auditorium. Please come prepared with a 30 sec-1 min monologue. This does not need to be memorized though it is preferred.
Tech for winter shows start on December 9th. If you are interested in interviewing to be in tech for the One Act, please contact Jay Asfeld.