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To Kill A Mockingbird [16 Nov 2006|04:09am]

wwsatand
Hey everyone, this is Maggie from Chelmsford High School.
Our Fall Play this year is To Kill A Mockingbird, so you all probably read it in class before.
The show is going to be awesome, so come on and check it out!

To Kill A Mockingbird
Thurs. November 16
Fri. November 17
Sat. November 18
7:00PM
Tickets: $7 for adults
$5 for students
McCarthy Auditorium, Chelmsford

Thanks! I hope you make it!
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Improv Anyone? [24 May 2006|07:36pm]

samiagi
Hey, it's Sam from Lexington. Since the year is coming to an end, the improv group at our high school is performing more and more. We have three more shows in June coming up and we'd love to be able to perform for people from other towns.

The LHS Improv Troupe is made up of 14 high schoolers and is mostly student run with a faculty adviser. Our shows last generally from an hour to an hour and a half. We do mostly short form games (Who's Line type stuff), but end the show with a long form. The shows are in the Blackbox theater (Rm. 200) at LHS and will probably be free or a recommended donation of $2 (so still free basically).

The show times are:

Thursday, June 1st at 7:30 PM
Tuesday, June 6th at 7:30 PM
Last show in late June TBD

We'd love to see people from other schools. If you have any questions or are interested in coming, please comment and I'll get back to you quickly. So if you wanna spice up a week night, come down to see some high school improv!
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Want to do a show this summer?? [24 May 2006|07:12pm]

drama_girl17
[ mood | cheerful ]

Have you been looking for a great show to do this summer with fun people??

Then come to the New Place Players summer show audition!!

The New Place Players is an awesome community theatre group that puts on a musical every summer and other periphreals around the year, now is the time to come!

The show for this summer is Stephen Sondheim's "Anyone Can Whistle". It is a lesser known show, but it is hilarious! The auditions are open and everyone one is welcomed!

Audition Info:

What: Anyone Can Whistle Auditions
Where: Bishop Connolly High School, Fall River, MA
When: Tuesday May 30, 6pm
What you need: Be prepared for a short dance audition (we teach you it!), have a piece of a song and be ready to have fun!!

**If you cannot make this date call director Chris Silva at 508-493-1923 to set up a date before the 30th to audition.

I hope you all can come!!!

LOVE, Cryst

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[05 Mar 2006|11:03pm]

shwae
Awsome job to everyone that was at ipswich for prelims!! and good luck to everybody at semis!!! competition just rocks!!

also, major props to Human Kind, the play itself was great, and then, it was original! omg, that just made it more amazing, awsome job guys

**EDIT**
I saw the pictures of duxbury, and it looks like a awsome theater!, couple questions though, first, is there a fly system for that fly space? i can tell there is fly space, are the electrics white? it seems like they were, and that would be retarted, i just wasn't sure, also, does that second catwalk do much good? it seems too far away to do anything, these were thoughts from the pictures, it looks awsome, i just would have had a black celing and darker colors, actually one last thing, its got the polished wood front, do you guys cap that at all? ours has one too, some people just don't understand the glare you get! lol, and we actually made a masonite cover that is painted black for it

also, along the lines of theaters, what did people who have been to the Ipswich IPAC think of the theater? any comments about it? good or bad.. i always am like "omg, this theater is so much better then ours" but there is worse then ours, i was just wondering!

THANKS!
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[05 Mar 2006|03:31pm]

coldslit
[ mood | satisfied ]

meg from Notre Dame Academy ('the twitting' from 'Cagebirds' the one who dies at the blackout)- we were in hingham this year
festie ws awesome this year- i was so impressed with all of the shows i saw.
mad props all around.
::tips hat::

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[02 Mar 2006|11:48pm]

shwae
[ mood | excited ]

Hey everybody! Enjoy competition while you can!! lol, coming from a alum, i go to northeastern now and found my own little niche in the theater department there, even while being a buisness major, lol, and i shall be timing you if you're gonna be in ipswich on saturday, you better not go over!!!

so to everyone out there getting ready, have fun! don't forget it's about the fun!!

oh ya, AND DON'T FORGET TO BREAK A LEG HARD CORE!!!

p.s., stoneham tartuffe last year, omg so funny, i wish i could see it again!

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[20 Feb 2006|07:58pm]

all_axeled_out
I'm a new member of this community and i'm shocked i actually found it lol.

I'm from Bellingham High. This is my/our school's third year going to DramaFest.

We just finished two one act plays. We usually do one one-act alongside the one-act that we bring to DramaFest. This year we did The Crazy Mixed Up Island of Dr. Moreau, it was a parody of the book/several movies of the same title although it was very different (in fact I'm suspicious if it is just different enough to not require getting permission from anyone) I played Dr. Moreau. And the one we are bringing is called The Spirit of Life, it's made up of several true stories of the holocaust.


We just started our full-length for the spring, it's Alice in Wonderland, I got casted as Humpty Dumpty and the Queen of Hearts' Executioner.

I'm also directing one of our school's first Student-Directed plays, it's The Princess and the Pea.

Well, I guess there's nothing much more to say.

Is anyone else here going to be in Attleboro for the Festival.
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director's meetinggggg [17 Jan 2006|09:02pm]

kodachrome1
[ mood | ecstatic ]

the director's meeting is THIS SATURDAY!!!!!

by saturday night, we'll all know where we're going for prelims! ahhhh!!!

are any of you directing your festival shows/going to be at the meeting? let me know, i'll be there!

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[11 Jan 2006|07:58pm]

_cram_

Westford Academy Theater Arts presents:

                  CRY HAVOC

at Westford Academy January 12, 13 , 14 at 7:30

tickets are $5 and can be purchased before each performance

 

please comment with questions or IM me at MaRC8988.

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winter concert [21 Dec 2005|03:07pm]

xtothestagex
[ mood | energetic ]

My school Watertown High School in Massachusetts is having it's WINTER CONCERT (featuring the WHS band, chorus, a cappella choir, and orchestra) The chorus and a cappella choir will be singing the Finale from Les Mis school edition as advertizement for the show (opening night is at the end of march) I will be in the chorus, a cappella choir (SOPRANO 1 BITCHES!), and the band (TENOR SAX PRIDE!) come if you want. it starts at 7pm. in the auditorium.

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NEWTON NORTH HIGH SCHOOL THEATRE INK [12 Dec 2005|09:03pm]

zbact1
Hey Everyone,

I go to Newton North High School (NNHS),

We just had auditions this week for our spring musical:

CHICAGO

Production Dates March 23, 24, 25, 26
Venue Lasker Auditorium
Time of Show 7:30pm/2:00pm on the 26th
Ticket Price $10 and $14

Below is the rest of the THEATRE.INK season at NNHS:


ENTER LAUGHING

by Joseph Stein
Directed by Caitlin McGee and Tori Gwin

Production Dates January 12, 13, 14
Venue Lasker Auditorium
Time of Show 7:30 p.m.
Ticket Price $5.00

Enter Laughing by Joseph Stein is a sidesplitting comedy about a young man named David working in a sewing machine repair shop, who decides to pursue a career as an actor. His carefree manner and charismatic ladies-man persona impair his ability to keep a healthy relationship with his girlfriend Wanda. As if being an actor isn't hard enough, David must deal with his over-involved Jewish parents who are convinced he has a promising future as a druggist, and an elderly boss who thinks David aspires to be the heir to his shop. Through David's relationships with his quirky parents, director, boss and friends, the audience is given an insightful view into the hardships of life in the theatre and the message that nothing should stop you from following your dreams.



THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA

Presented by The Fingerpaint Players

Production Dates December 2006
Venue Libraries and Schools
Time of Show TBA
Ticket Price FREE!
Don't miss the second season of Theatre Ink's Children's Theatre troupe, The Fingerpaint Players in "The Princess and the Pea". This original production will tour throughout Newton at schools, libraries and after-school programs. Will the Princess feel the Pea under the mountain of mattresses and wed the Prince? The zany antics of the Fingerpaint players will bring you their version of this wonderful Hans Christian Anderson tale.


SPONTANEOUS GENERATION

The Improvisation Show
Student directed by Mary Lauran Hall and Jonathan Jaffee-Anechiarico

Production Dates March 2, 3, 4
Venue The Little Theatre
Time of Show 7:30 p.m.
Ticket Price $5.00
Spontaneous Generation is Newton North Theatre Ink's improvisational theatre troupe. Every year they perform a crazy, zany, off-the-wall completely improvised show. Fun games and audience participation heighten the energy of this show that may be about anything the audience suggests. Expect a knee-slappin' good time!


OUR TOWN

Production Dates February 9, 10, 11
Venue Little Theatre
Time of Show 7:30pm
Ticket Price $5


CHICAGO - THE MUSICAL

Production Dates March 23, 24, 25, 26
Venue Lasker Auditorium
Time of Show 7:30pm/2:00pm on the 26th
Ticket Price $10 and $14


STEEL MAGNOLIAS

by Robert Harling
Directed by Caroline Rotenberg and Garland Mason

Production Dates April 6, 7, 8
Venue The Little Theatre
Time of Show 7:30 p.m.
Ticket Price $5.00

The play that inspired the highly acclaimed movie, Robert Harling's Steel Magnolias is "the funniest play ever to make you cry." Steel Magnolias is a witty and bitingly sarcastic mix of drama and comedy. Watch as six southern women muse over their small town life and complex life issues in a local beauty salon. See their bond grow stronger with the unexpected death of a loved one and watch as they choose laughter to remedy their grief. Filled with humor and heartbreak, these "Steel Magnolias" make us laugh and cry, as they are hilarious and marvelously lovable in good times and bad.

THE ANNUAL SHAKESPEARE PRODUCTION WITH NEWTON SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL

Production Dates May 18, 19, 20, 21
Venue Newton South
Time of Show 7:30 p.m.
Ticket Price TBA


AND LAST, BUT NOT LEAST


INTO THE WOODS

by Stephen Sondheim
Directed by Maria Fulwiler and Zack Baer
Musical Direction by Ben Bromfield and Sarah Schlegel

Production Dates May 25, 26, 27, 28
Venue The Little Theatre
Time of Show 7:30 pm/2:00 pm on the 28th
Ticket Price $5.00

"Someone's been messing around with our fairy tales."
When a Baker and his Wife learn that their inability to bear a child is due to a curse cast by the Witch next door, they embark on a quest to gather the special objects required to break the spell, swindling and stealing from Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel and Jack (of beanstalk fame). Through suffering and sacrifice, the Baker and his Wife, as well as the other fairy tale characters' wishes are fulfilled, but the consequences of their actions return to haunt them, with disastrous results. When an angry giant poses a threat to the community, all of the characters are forced to unite to overcome this great malevolent force. What begins as a lively, irreverent fantasy becomes a moving lesson about community responsibility, the danger in wishing, dealing with loss, and the stories we tell our children. "Into the Woods," James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim's Tony Award-winning sinister, fractured fairy tale, depicts life after "happily ever after."
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it's the simple things. [01 Dec 2005|11:49pm]

kodachrome1
[ mood | excited ]

can i just say how happy this made me when i saw it on the mhsdg website?

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i am ridiculously excited. oh. man.

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just joined [29 Nov 2005|08:09pm]

xtothestagex
Hi! I'm Megan O. and I go to Watertown High School. We are doing Les Miserables for our musical. Auditions are next week :-X I'm nervous as hell.
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festival!!! [22 Nov 2005|04:46pm]

kodachrome1
[ mood | curious ]

so guys...it's getting to be that time of year again.

what are you doing for festival??

and who here will be at the meeting for host schools and directors on january 21st?

-darby

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www.whsdrama.com [14 Nov 2005|11:48pm]

twilk2006
Wakefield High School Drama Club
Arthur Miller's The Crucible

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, November 17 through 19, at 7:30
at Wakefield High School in our derelict but lovable Lecture Hall,
complete with squeaky, multi-dimensional swiveling, plastic, orange chairs,
some of which place you within armslength of the actors.
It's really a charming, quaint little place, I recommend you check it out.

Not to mention it's going to be a great show.

Tickets are $8 for students and $10 for adults.
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Where will you be when the Bees come down?? [14 Nov 2005|10:36pm]

kpho
Where will you be when the BEES COME DOWN?
At Chelmsford High School Theater Guild's
Performance of
"The Foreigner" (Of Course)
On Thursday, Nov. 18th
and Friday, Nov. 19th @ 7:30pm
Saturday, Nov. 20th - 4:00pm and 7:30pm
@ McCarthy Auditorium

Tickets are $5

McCarthy Middle School Auditorium
250 North Road
Chelmsford, MA 01824

It should be a great show! I hope to see you there!
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[11 Nov 2005|11:11pm]

phoenix750
SALEM STATE COLLEGE
PRESENTS
THE ELEPHANT MAN




CALLAN STUDIO THEATRE
Nov. 17, 18, 19, at 8 p.m.
Dec. 1, 2, 3, at 8 p.m. and the 4th at 2 p.m.
$15 for public admissions, $10 for seniors
free to non-ssc and ssc students
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[11 Nov 2005|10:57am]

_cram_

Westford Academy Theater Arts presents:

THE WHO'S TOMMY

November 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 at 8:00 and 13 & 20 at 1:00

tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students

tickets are $10 for the matinee shows

you can buy tickets here

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[25 Oct 2005|10:58pm]

lizzellwild
BRIGADOON

Sharon High School
Thursday 7:30
Friday 8:00
Saturday 8:00
Sunday 2:00

ask and you shall recieve. tickets on sale now!
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briga-what?! BRIGADOON!! [25 Oct 2005|10:40pm]

kodachrome1
come ye to brigadoon at SHS!
excellent musical.
scottish accents. boys in kilts. a real live bagpiper.
what more could you ask for?

sharon high school
thu, november 3
fri, november 4
sat, november 5
sun, november 6

i don't have the times. someone else wanna post that?

for more info, you can also check out our website at
www.shstc.bravehost.com

since we're putting this up two weeks earlier than the usual fall rush, i expect to see more people!
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