I didn’t audition for the fall show my freshmen year because I thought, like almost every freshmen, I wouldn’t get in. Boy was I wrong. I remember auditioning for the musical in November and the theatre teacher asking me where I had been for fall play auditions. She could have used me. Hindsight is 20/20.… More Why you should always Audition
My summer ended already… Oh sure, I’m still not in school teaching, but as of three weeks ago my summer as a person pretending to not be a teacher ended. First… let me tell you that as Homestead’s Theatre Teacher, my summers had been traditionally filled with grad school classes seven days a week, but… More My summer ended already
Sylvia Audition Date: Sept 1st @ 3-6 in the Black Box theatre CALLBACKS: Sept 2nd @ 3-6 in the Black Box theatre A callback is when the director calls you back in to see you read again for the parts of the play. By this time I’ll know what parts I’m looking to fill and… More “Sylvia” Auditions
Written by: Sarah Verespej (2017) As soon as Peter Pan and the Girl Who Grew Up came to a close on May 1st this spring, and with the thought of not being in a show until September, I made the decision to find a way to remain involved with theatre over the summer. After doing… More From Pirate Ships to Ocean Liners
Hi, my name is Jada, and I’m excited for school because I’m finally taking theater classes! This year I’m taking Acting 1 and 2, and Technical Theater, and I’m thinking about doing Drama Club again. The reason I’m excited to take those classes is because acting is really fun and I get to act every… More What I’m excited for!
“‘Fiddler on the Roof’ re-created musical theater,” says Tony-winning set designer Robin Wagner. “Until ‘Fiddler,’ musicals spoke only to the immediate generation. ‘Fiddler’ showed how a musical could speak to all generations and cultures.” Fiddler on the Roof is the story of life in a small Russian shtetl in 1905, when Russia was still an… More Fiddler on the Roof: Winter 2017 Musical