Due to COVID-19, we have decided to continue with our virtual offerings for the time being. We are looking forward to being able to resume our face-to-face classes and productions when we are able to do so safely and responsibly. In the meantime, we decided to put on not one, but two virtual productions!
For our fall productions, students will connect via Canvas and Zoom to gain theatre skills.
Emails detailing the sign-up process for Canvas will be sent to parents after payment is made.
All registered actors will be cast! We will have a costume and prop pick-up date scheduled (TBA) for each show. If actors participate from our of town, they will be responsible for gathering their own props and costumes. Tuition for actors (ages 8-17) is $150.
Techies wanted! While virtual performances differ from live performances, there are also many similarities. Student technicians will learn the nitty gritty of marking scripts, making cue sheets and costume maps, and will aid in virtual technical theatre stage management. Tuition for technical students (ages12-17) is $100.
Fall Virtual Production
Streaming will be available October 31 – November 15.
Fortunes Read ~ Virtually Only $1, by Kamron Klitgaard
Directed by Belinda King.
Engaged couple Don and Dawn stumble on the website Virtual Fortunes— the one-stop, location for all your online psychic, palm reading, and fortune telling needs! As more visitors seek answers from the vague visionary, the questions and ambiguous answers pile up nearly as fast as the laughs.
Featuring Siena Bleu as the Fortune Teller and Abby King, Colin Davis, Payton Abbott, and Persia Joy in a wide variety of supporting characters.
Technical Direction by Darby Birdwell.
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Holiday Virtual Production
Auditions: Monday, Nov 2, 4:30-6:30pm
Rehearsals: M-Th, Nov 3-Nov 24, Nov 30-Dec 1, 4:30-6:30pm
No rehearsals Wed and Thu during Thanksgiving week.
Performance recording dates: Dec 2-3, 4:30-6:30pm
Ho Ho Ho! The North Pole Chronicles By Pat Cook
Ho, ho, ho! Join the host of The North Pole Chronicles for this special online show that reveals many behind-the-scenes secrets about Santa’s operations at the North Pole. We start with a press conference to answer the press’s questions about the jolly guy, then meet the elves who care for the reindeer and the elves who work the gift suggestion hotline. But the biggest mystery is where Mrs. Claus has disappeared to. Find out in a surprising ending that will leave a smile on everyone’s face.
Students must be available on audition and recording dates.
The recorded performance will be available for streaming.
For more information about Theatre School opportunities, contact the Education Coordinator: Belinda King firstname.lastname@example.org