Monday, November 13, 2017

Dress Rehearsal Notes!

Here are some thoughts from tonight's run and a few specific notes...

Overall, HAVE FUN!  Don't be in your head... enjoy the process and if a moment doesn't go as wanted originally, let it go and give in to the next moment on stage.  Be in the MOMENT on stage! You're all doing fantastic, so believe in yourself.

Find the light!  Make sure you are always having your face in the light.

ACT 1

Shoutouts to Parker for having GREAT comedic timing!  Word of caution, don't spike out of nowhere - the anger over them not being hitched yet seems very heightened with no growth to there.  Don't throw the shovel cause it's a bit too harsh.

Sydney was  a STAND-OUT tonight for me!  Great character and timing and genuinely engaged in each scene - loved watching you today cause you stole the show and really took the notes I gave you to heart.  One thing to watch is making surety cheat out ALWAYS! Reminder: "Name of THE star!"

Jordan - awesome and honest reactions today!  Watch your diction cause it was rough in both Kansas and Oz... really take time to taste and experience words.

Nate - some really, really nice reactions to things today!  I love what you've chosen to do so often with your ax.  We all believe in you - believe in yourself!  You have come so far and are doing fabulously!  Keep working on biting your words and then having reactions bigger when a focal point on stage.

Kenna - CHEAT OUT. :)  I know, that's the bane of your existence.  Think of this - you get to decide how much the audience sees and engages with you.  Your character is AWESOME - if you nail down cheating out and diction, you can be a standout or me.  Diction is still really rough on first lines in each scene.  Really bite the LOW tones... when you run to your rock, let it be your "safe zone."

Heather - really great vocal variation, as always - a little more bite in Oz scenes.  Way to keep Gultch scenes going overall.  Make sure things are discovered... this is the first time you think of Poppies to get the girl, for example.

Ensemble:  Getting better, but still PROJECT MORE!  I want everyone to hear you out there!!! Your characters are so great - seriously everyone is doing great with character there.  Make Munchkinland WAY bigger in movement to match the bigness of those dresses.  Shoutout to Lucas for massive improvement and to Giselle for ALWAYS having character! Oh, and Abbey Coleman... GREAT diction! ;)

Trees - nice facial reactions! Can one of YOU pre-place the oil can?  Decide and let me know who!

Crows - Be louder!  Great, great character and much better bending and twisting.

Poppies - Analisa had glitter in her hair... can you ALL?!  It looked amazing! Way to be louder - keep it up!  Remember.... dreamy happy.  MOST are doing this, but you ALL need to ALL the time!

PLEASE, fix the end of ACT I.... PLEASE?!

ACT 2

Can backstage singers up their game a bit more?

Jaren - still looking mad... save it for the Winkies!

Lindsey and Dylan - come further to the front to look at the cloud with Dorothy's name so you can yell lines out from the front.

ENSEMBLE:  Lines in general, but really as Ozians, when you curve, HAVE to curve outward to include ALL the audience... It's like cheating out.  You are cutting off half the audience.  Also, PLEASE don't talk back stage!!! Go out and say what you need to, then slip back in... or WAIT to say it. Great reactions in balloon scene!

PACING!!!! Pick it up overall in this act!

Emma - don't break if Heather gets in your face... really nice reactions to other dumb Winkies!

Lyndsey Nelson - GREAT BA face during Winkies time.

Hide the limbs better....

Freak out with the sparks - be real in your reactions ALL on stage!

Kenna - new tactic on "telegraph line."


OVERALL - amazig job today!  I'll see y'all in a few hours and I'm stoked for our run!  The kids will LOVE it!  Let's conquer character, projection, and transitions tomorrow! :)

Thanks for being an incredible cast!!!!!! :)

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Act Two Notes from 11/11

ALL
  • Nice timing with breaks out of dance numbers 
  • The wall must move before the box and rack on stage left AND BE ON SPIKES
  • Don’t make it clear that you messed up
  • Pacing
  • Set pieces need to be on spikes
  • Bend and twist and avoid straight lines
  • Group pictures need to be cheated out as a whole
  • Fill the gaps and spaces with reactions and character
Addie
  • Bite on “I thought I could go home” line (after guard says wizard won’t see anyone)
  • Nice reaction to Kenna’s faint
  • Only said “Oh no!” during jitterbug, try different things
  • Face in Jitterbug
  • Run to the curtain and kind of push toto offstage then say “he got away from you”
  • Keep being on the upstage side of the bench in witch’s castle
  • Be sad when you realize “there’s nothing in that bag for me is there”
  • Try using the stairs when yelling for the professor to come back
  • Kiss on scarecrow’s forehead was awkward, he’s too tall - go for the cheek
  • Wait longer to enter in cyclone
  • Overall, really nice character; had a nice youthfulness to it
  • DICTION
  • DOVETAIL
  • Good job handling toto
  • Good reactions overall
Sydney P.
  • Enter oz at the end on your hoverboard
  • Move more downstage with Dorothy
  • Play with tactics on, she had to find out for herself
  • You can’t hang out in the house visibly to the audience before you enter
Parker
  • Keep your head up
  • Wear black church shoes for the guard
  • Don’t stand right in front of Dorothy and cheat out
  • When you get the dog for Dorothy, get the same basket that Dorothy was using earlier
Christian
  • When the guard won’t let you in, your Dorothy line is a realization of name-dropping will probably work 
  • Nice thinking of plan 
  • Bite on “why didn’t you tell her before”
  • PACING
Nate
  • If you’re already down when everyone kneels, stay down
  • Let go of the rope when Christian drops it
Kenna
  • Face out more on king of the forest
  • Bite on first courage sentence more
  • Bite on permanent line
  • Look out on “talk me out of it”
  • Bite on sitiation line
  • “Stay with us Dorothy” line was a little creepy
  • DICTION

Heather
  • Hat on hour glass looked nice
  • Bite on the Ks in niKKo
  • Pull your mic bac from your face
  • Bite on pleasant flight
  • Lots and lots of practice was nice and sad
  • When you replace the hourglass after flipping it, put it at the front of the table
  • Is the sleeve causing problems for entrances?
Jordan
  • Get nervous in wizard’s chamber when they refuse to come back tomorrow
  • Bite diploma line
  • Watch cadence and weird pauses
  • Bite on “like an ostrich egg”
General leads
  • Nice “Seeing” the city
  • Move through the gate A LOT QUICKER
  • Come farther downstage for “Merry old land of Oz”
  • ‘f SHE
  • Don’t stand in front of each other 
  • Nice hustle from wizards chamber to emerald city 
  • Quartet sing “Watch out for that bug”
  • React when the witch comes near you
  • Dance is looking a lot better!!!
  • Tinman and lion must move the back of the witch’s stairs 
  • Knock right after “sand” line (make that scene quicker
  • “Li-on”
  • Enter the wizard’s chamber at the end of the transition music
  • Create a picture in wizard’s chamber (Nate thanks for sitting)
  • Dorothy and Glinda, move downstage for slippers
  • Where is the oil can (not in Dorothy’s basket)
  • Stop ad lib at the actual lines in Kansas
  • Nice picture on the haybale
  • Bend and twist
  • Watch out for curtains 
  • Find the light (Wagon in Kansas, runway, wizard’s chamber)
  • FREAKING CHEAT OUT
  • Don’t prereact
  • Freak out more at fire parts
Tech
  • Paint the doorbell
  • Don’t lock the gate after it’s moved back 
  • Get sheet for the wizard’s chamber
  • Add detail to the gate
  • Lights need to come down sooner 
  • Stage manager on book
  • Put a new tarp under the surviving hay bale
  • Fix the skull
  • FAKE LIMBS
  • Paint the edges of the Periaktoids
  • Ribbions for dorothy’s hair
  • Another glove for heather when she has the fire sleeve on
  • Emma’s mic
  • Curtain needs to move faster and be at spike
  • Mics should come on a split second before actors begin their lines
  • Dim lights on fire parts
  • The projection cuts as soon as the curtain is peeked around
  • Second and/or third needs to block the wall during the balloon scene
Ensemble
  • Have black character shoes and tights by Monday (If not tights, leggings and black socks)
  • Some still look uncertain while dancing
  • First group of girls need to run their dance 
  • Do not touch the periaktoids
  • Bring the chairs out sooner (Tinman)
  • At the end (with the hands) continue to vocalize
  • Hahaha movements need to be WAY bigger
  • Those with lines project
  • Winkies leave after the dance
  • Crowds around the door need to be more open
  • Alyssa, nice choice trying to go through the door anyway
  • Dancers in king of the forest had weird spacing
  • Emma, nice knocking over winkies
  • Abbey C and Ashleigh had nice facial expressions
  • Emma, be more scared of heather
  • Good entrance three winkies
  • Winkies should each grab  one of the trio people
  • Sing into the mics for winkies (backstage)
  • Winkies, if you have an undershirt underneath your black shirt, tuck it in
  • If you go on to move something off, and you go on with nothing, take on something that hasn’t been moved on yet and then take off whatever you take off (If taking something on does not interfere with taking the item off)
  • Winkies had nice character when transitioning out of the Wizard’s chamber
  • If the broom is still on stage, pick it up
  • Kansas transition
  • The color flowers on the fence bases face out
  • Fences were not on spike
D.C.
  • Thank you for sweeping up the hay
  • Nice faces
  • Great vocalization, but add some more
  • During the freezes EXCELLENT facial expressions
Monkeys

  • Kenedy, when you leave, move behind the periaktoid so we can’t see you crouching
  • Wait until the end of jitterbug to move onto the stage
  • Still sing louder
  • Exit the witch’s castle sooner
  • Kenedy, thank you for pretending to move the haybale

Monday, October 2, 2017

Character Shoe Links

Link to Carpezio Character Shoes 
(These are ones I have owned and can vouch for their quality)

 https://www.amazon.com/Capezio-Womens-Jr-Footlight-Character/dp/B000GXD4LS/ref=sr_1_4?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1506962818&sr=1-4&nodeID=679337011&psd=1&keywords=character%2Bshoes&th=1&psc=1

Link to "Stage Right" Character Shoes 
(I have never used these, but found them on Amazon)

 https://www.amazon.com/Adult-Stage-Right-Character-THP320BLK05-5M/dp/B0100584NE/ref=sr_1_3_sspa?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1506962818&sr=1-3-spons&nodeID=679337011&psd=1&keywords=character%2Bshoes&th=1&psc=1

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Wizard of Oz Calendar and Music Links

Below are the calendars for each month for rehearsals!  Also, at the bottom is the link to all the music so you can practice!  Let's do this! :)


Click on the listen to the music from Wizard of Oz and practice! Munchkinland was too long, so was therefore cut in half and added at the bottom of the list. All music (aside from the Overtures) is present on this link! --> https://sites.google.com/site/wozmusicalta/wozmusicfiles

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Shakespeare Team Individual Events!

HOLY COW!!!! YOU WERE ALL SO AMAZING!  This was very difficult and the votes were very close.  I hope you are all proud of the progress you've made and that you're excited to perform your fantastic pieces at Night of Shakespeare on the 27th.

I will be spending a little bit of time with each of you during rehearsal tomorrow to go over your pieces and performances.  I'm excited to talk about all the progress you've been making!

2017 Shakespeare Competition Individual Events:

Monologues:

Heather Bodine
Sophie Brown
Hayden Phillips

Scenes:

Kenna Armstrong and Sara Holbrook
Gracie Awerkamp and Addison Horrocks


Congratulations all on a job well done!  See you tomorrow!

Friday, September 8, 2017

Wizard of Oz Cast List!

Thank you so much to all who came out to audition for “The Wizard of Oz!”  We had SO much amazing talent this year!  Below is the final cast list.  If your name is on the list, you will need to meet in the theatre room on Monday, September 11th promptly at 2:45pm for our first cast meeting and rehearsal.  Additionally, a parent WILL be required to be present at our parent meeting at 6:30pm on that Wednesday evening, September 13th.  Congratulations to all who auditioned! 

Assistant Director 

Isabelle Siebeneck 

Dorothy Gale

Addie Wray

Auntie Em/Glinda

Sydney Pexton 

Uncle Henry/Gatekeeper

Parker Sackewitz 

Zeke/Lion

McKenna Armstong 

Hickory/Tinman

Nate Brown 

Hunk/Scarecrow

Christian Affleck 

Miss Almira Gultch/The Wicked Witch of the West

Heather Bodine

Professor Chester Marvel/The Wizard of Oz

Jordan Allred 

Mayor of Munchkinland

Jaren Sierer

Coroner or Munchkinland

Abbey Coleman

Munchkinland Barrister

Emma Apsley 

Crows 

Gracie Awerkamp
Rachael McHenry
Anna Johnson
Addison Horrocks
Brooklyn Crosby 
Savanna Seal

Trees

Sophie Brown
Natalie Hood
Kenedy Connolly 
Zoe Bradley
Sara Holbrook
Sadi Christensen 

*The Mayor, Coroner, Barrister, Crows and Trees will also be Ozians and in some other dance/singing sequences! 


Ensemble - Munchkinlanders and Ozians 

(special parts in SINGING, DANCE, and SPOKEN LINES to be assigned!)


Aurie Ackermann
Hunter Allan
Ellie Anderson
Chloe Barrus
Abram Berry
Olivia Bradley
Lindsey Brown
Savannah Brown
Ammon Call
Hannah Call
Jaycee Chenoweth
Caleb Christensen
Kate Davis
Katie Drennen
Hannah Duncan
Emma  Egbert
Giselle Enriquez
Analisa Fenlaw
Gwen Fowler
Erin Fuller
Hunter Hapatrai
Abbey Hardy
Gerolynn Hargrove
Hannah Henderson
Zoe Hohenshelt
Breanna Howlett
Madi Hunter
Ashleigh Irvine
Sophia Jefferson
Jenalyn Jenkins
Alysha Knaphus
Alyssa Larsen
Ivie Malcom
Lauren McHenry
Paige Michaels
Darian Mohler
Hai Mumm
Lindsey Nelson
Chasten Olsen
Dylan Olsen
Lucas Olsen
Lindsey Pexton
Alex Rees
Sara Riches
Abbie Ricord
Dylan Schrader
Alice Scott
Saysia Taylor
Dylan Thomas
Sydney  Trauma
Zane Valentine
Tori Van Otten
Ashton Vriens
Maya Williams
Wesley Wilson

Sidenote:  I apologize if some names are spelled incorrectly- there was some issues transferring things from excel to word to here... thanks for the understanding! :) 

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Wizard of Oz Callback List!

PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE SECTION BELOW!!!

Thanks to all who came out to auditions for this year's musical, "The Wizard of Oz!"  We had SO many incredible auditions and can not wait to get into rehearsals with the full cast.  Below is the callback list.

Those who are asked to come for a callback should meet in the choir room immediately after school to receive some cold-read scenes to look through.  Callbacks will then begin promptly at 2:50pm on Friday, September 8th, 2017.  Listed below are those who will read/sing at callbacks!  You may want to listen to and become familarized with songs from the show - be prepared to read for any and all parts. 

Best of luck to all who are called back and remember, if you're not on the callback list it DOES NOT mean you don't have a part.  Break a Leg!!!


CALLBACKS FOR WoZ

Christian Affleck
Jordan Allread
Emma Apsley
Kenna Armstrong
Heather Bodine
Nate Brown
Abbey Coleman
Kenedy Connelly
Natalie Hood
Addison Horrocks
Anna Johnson
Sydney Pexton
Parker Sackewitz
Addie Wray

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Alta Shakespeare Team 2017


Ensemble Scene "BE":

Hamlet:

*Isabelle Siebeneck

Ensemble (Inner Demons):

*Abby Hardy
*Addison Horrocks
*Aurie Ackermann
*Emma Apsley
*Gracie Awerkamp
*Gwyn Fowler
*Hayden Phillips
*Heather Bodine
*Jackson Rasmussen
*Jaycee Chenoweth
*Jordan Allred
*Kate Davis
*Kirby Balding
*Lindsey Brown
*Lyndsey Kay Nelson
*Maya Williams
*McKenna Armstrong
*Sara Holbrook
*Sara Riches
*Sophie Brown
*Stephanie Triptow
*Sydney Trauba
*Treva Taylor


INDIVIDUAL EVENTS:

Monologues:

*Emma Apsley
*Hayden Phillips
*Heather Bodine
*Isabelle Siebeneck
*Sophie Brown
*Stephanie Triptow


Scenes:

*McKenna Armstrong and Sara Holbrook
*Lyndsey Kay Nelson and Kate Davis
*Kirby Balding and Gwyn Fowler
*Addison Horrocks and Gracie Awkerkamp
*Jordan Allred and Abby Hardy


First rehearsal is tomorrow (Wednesday August 30th) at 2:45 in the theatre room!!!!  See you there!


THANK YOU TO ALL WHO AUDITIONED!!!! I was so impressed with all your hard work.  Please keep auditioning!  Try-outs for The Wizard of Oz are next week and we hope to see you there!


Thursday, August 10, 2017

Far Away Clean-up! Help Needed!

Hey everyone! 

We are gearing up for the new school year and upcoming shows. As excited as we are, we've recognized we're in need of your help. If you can come help with our Far Away reorganization process we need TONS of hands on the 18th! We will start out there around 9:00am and go through the afternoon. I will provide some breakfast (bagels, muffins, juice) and lunch (pizza or sandwiches) for everyone who comes! You will also receive 20 extra credit points at the beginning of the year to make up an absence in any theatre class! If you bring a friend, you can also get an Alta Theatre water bottle or lanyard for free! 

Tag and invite people on the Facebook event page and let us know if you're coming- It would mean a lot to me and Ms. Barker, as well as The Wizard! 

Monday, July 17, 2017

Wizard of Oz: Artistic Design Team Applications!

If you have a desire to be a part of the ARTISTIC DESIGN TEAM for Wizard of Oz, here's your chance! 

Take a look at the application questions below, fill them out for the position you're interested in, and send them back to Miss Struiksma at linze.struiksma@canyonsdistrict.org by August 1st! Those holding these positions will receive 2 complimentary tickets for their hard work and dedication, a shout-out in the program, and a lot of thank-yous from Miss Struiksma and Mrs. Barker! I look forward to hearing from you, and please feel free to email me with questions! :)


COSTUME DESIGNER 
Name:
Grade:
Email Address:
Have you been involved with Alta Theatre before, and if so, in what way?
What experience do you have with costume design? (Don’t hesitate to apply if this is minimal!)
Why do you want to be a part of this show? Why do you feel you would be a good fit for this position?
With this position, you would be required to meet with Ms. Struiksma once before school starts, and then a few times during the first month of musical rehearsals to talk concept and progress - these meetings may also happen with the show’s Assistant Director. Additionally, you would have to do a certain amount of research about costuming for this show and hit certain deadlines of getting pieces together. You would need to be able to make calls directly to rental places, parents, etc. and speak with adults as an Alta Theatre Representative. You need to plan an extra 1-2 hours of work a week outside of rehearsal time for fittings, picking up costumes, etc. Do you feel like you could fulfill these tasks in an effective and timely manner?


SET DESIGNER
Name:
Grade:
Email Address:
Have you been involved with Alta Theatre before, and if so, in what way?
What experience do you have with set design? (Don’t hesitate to apply if this is minimal!)
Why do you want to be a part of this show?
Why do you feel you would be a good fit for this position?
With this position, you would be required to meet with Ms. Struiksma once before school starts, and then a few times during the first month of musical rehearsals to talk concept and progress - these meetings may also happen with the show’s Assistant Director. Additionally, you would have to do a certain amount of research about set design for this show and hit certain deadlines of getting set pieces completed. You may need to be able to make calls directly to hardware or rental places, parents, etc. and speak with adults as an Alta Theatre Representative. You need to plan an extra 2-3 hours of work a week outside of rehearsal time for building, painting, teaching technicians to bring your ideas to life, problem solving, etc. Do you feel like you could fulfill these tasks in an effective and timely manner?


HAIR & MAKEUP DEISGN
Name:
Grade:
Email Address:
Have you been involved with Alta Theatre before, and if so, in what way?
What experience do you have with hair & makeup design? (Don’t hesitate to apply if this is minimal!)
Why do you want to be a part of this show?
Why do you feel you would be a good fit for this position?
With this position, you would be required to meet with Ms. Struiksma once before school starts, and then a few times during the second month of musical rehearsals to talk concept and progress - these meetings may also happen with the show’s Assistant Director. Additionally, you would have to do a certain amount of research about hair/makeup designs for this show and hit certain deadlines of getting drawing finished and presented. You may need to be able to make calls directly to stage makeup places, parents, etc. and speak with adults as an Alta Theatre Representative. You need to plan an extra 1-2 hours of work a week after school during the first three weeks of November to teach some techniques to actors and demonstrate ideas. You may need to be there for an hour and a half before each show performance to help with hair and makeup too. Do you feel like you could fulfill these tasks in an effective and timely manner?



LIGHTING DESIGNER
Name:
Grade:
Email Address:
Have you been involved with Alta Theatre before, and if so, in what way?
What experience do you have with lighting design? (Don’t hesitate to apply if this is minimal!)
Why do you want to be a part of this show?
Why do you feel you would be a good fit for this position?
With this position, you would be required to meet with Ms. Struiksma once before school starts, and then a few times during the first month of musical rehearsals to talk concept and progress - these meetings may also happen with the show’s Assistant Director. Additionally, you would have to do a certain amount of research about lighting design for this show and hit certain deadlines of getting lighting plots and set-up completed. You may need to be able to make calls directly to lighting or tech places, parents, etc. and speak with adults as an Alta Theatre Representative. You need to plan an extra 2-3 hours of work a week outside of rehearsal time during October/November for lighting cues, setting lights, adjusting colors, problem solving, etc. You also will be required to run lights for the show itself and rehearsals leading up to the performances, three weeks out. Do you feel like you could fulfill these tasks in an effective and timely manner?



SOUND DESIGNER
Name:
Grade:
Email Address:
Have you been involved with Alta Theatre before, and if so, in what way?
What experience do you have with sound design? (Don’t hesitate to apply if this is minimal!)
Why do you want to be a part of this show?
Why do you feel you would be a good fit for this position?
With this position, you would be required to meet with Ms. Struiksma a few times during the first month of musical rehearsals to talk concept and progress - these meetings may also happen with the show’s Assistant Director. Additionally, you would have to do a certain amount of research about sound design for this show and hit certain deadlines of getting sound effects chosen and mixed appropriately. You may need to be able to make calls directly to sound or rental places, parents, etc. and speak with adults as an Alta Theatre Representative. You need to plan an extra 1-2 hours of work a week outside of rehearsal time for setting cues, mixing sounds, problem solving, etc. You also will be required to run sound for the show itself and rehearsals leading up to the performances, three weeks out. Do you feel like you could fulfill these tasks in an effective and timely manner?

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Drama Club Presidency 2017-2018

Thanks to all who applied for Drama Club Presidency for the 2017-2018!

Here is the Drama Club Presidency list for the 2017-2018 school year:

President – Heather Bodine
Vice President – Lyndsey Nelson 
Secretary – Brooklyn Crosby  
Publicity/Activities – McKenna Armstrong
Historian – Addie Wray  
Financial /Fundraising Chair – Isabelle Siebeneck
Improv Chair – Jaren Sierer
Tech Rep – Hayden Phillips 
Sophomore Rep – Sara Holbrook  


Congrats to our new presidency! I ask that all members of the Alta Theatre Family support their peers in this decision.  If you wish for feedback, please see me after school and I'd be happy to speak with you.  For all new and old presidency members, please meet in the Theatre Room at 2:30pm Friday, May 12th to plan the upcoming banquet.  Thank you all and we love you (appropriately)! :) 

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Shipoopi song


Here is the Shipoopi track to practice with.  Unfortunately, the video file is too large to upload onto the blog.  If you'd like a copy of it, come see me with a USB drive.

Monday, April 24, 2017

Performance Based Classes 2017-2018

Congrats to all who auditioned and/or applied for our performance-based classes this year!  Here is a list of Theatre 3, Theatre 4, and Stage Tech for the 2017-2018 school year.  If you would like to discuss anything with Miss Struiksma about this list, please do so before May 1st.  Thank you! :) 

Theatre 3
Gracie Awerkamp
David Olsen
Annalisa Fenlaw
Abbey Hardy
Liz Harrison 
Bree Howlett
Ashleigh Irvine 
Tairiq Lupeamanu
Rachael McHenry
Thomas Mcnulty 
Josh Mickelson 
Calli Robinson
Millie Wilkinson 
Jordan Allred
Emma Aspley
Lindsey Brown
Max Carter
Jaycee Chenoweth 
Sadi Christensen 
Kenedy Connelly
Brooklyn Crosby
Jenalyn Jenkins
Eli Nielsen
Ali Norris
Sydney Robinson
Parker Sackewitz
Isabelle Siebeneck 
Ashley Tomlinson
Turasi Williams 

Theatre 4
McKenna Armstrong 
Chandler Beers
Heather Bodine
Zoe Bradley
Noah Brock
Annie Cox
Eliza Hale
Hannah Henderson
Madi Lewis
Hailee Mumm
Lyndsey Nelson
Hayden Phillips
Anna Roller
Jaren Sierer
Addie Wray 

Stage Technology 2017-2018
Isabelle Siebeneck
Maddie Harris
Avery Webster
Emma Young
Madyson Watson
MaKenzie Watson
Sadie Delahunty
Caroline Wolf
Hayden Phillips
Hailee Mumm
Kirby Balding
Sydney Robinson
Kylyn Reilly
Suzanne Clark
Gwendolyn Thompson 

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Student-Directed One-Acts 2017 Cast List

A huge thank you to everyone who came out to audition for the student-directed one-acts for Spring 2017! We had such great talent and dedication - I hope you all continue to audition in the future! To all who are in the final casts, please know there IS a meeting for ALL cast members of ALL casts on Friday, April 14th from 2:30-2:45pm in the Theatre Room. Please be present and prompt. Below are the final casts and directors - specific parts and calendars will be distributed at that Friday afternoon meeting. Thank you!

Alfonso - directed by Jezory Munoz and Taylor Schwendiman 
Ashleigh Irvine
Aurie Ackerman
Hailee Mumm
Nate Roberson
Sophie Brown
Kristen Fairbourn

Bloody Mary – Kylan Goodwin
Addie Wray
Ashley Tomlinson
Kirby Balding
Rachel McHenry

Cindy and Julie - directed by Bryce Jack 
Alice Scott
Brooklyn Crosby
Kate Davis

Half a Stick of Gum - directed by Connor O' Hagan and Michaelann Acord
Connor O’ Hagan
Emma Aspley
Gwynn Fowler
Jordan Allred

I Never Saw Another Butterfly - directed by Cassie White 
Abram Berry
Hannah Stark
Isabelle Siebeneck
Jaren Sierer
Kenna Armstrong
Lauren McHenry
Olivia Bradley

Turning the Head - directed by Cheyenne Uhler and Emma Smith 
Gracie Awerkamp
Lyndsey Nelson
Josh Mickelson
Sydney Trauba

Zoey Bradley