Drama 2017-2018 Season
God gave you some amazing gifts! Let’s invest them so they grow.
The Curious Savage
The Curious Savage, written by John Patrick, is a highly comedic play about Ethel P. Savage, a blue-haired elderly woman whose husband recently died and left her approximately a hundred million dollars. She determines to spend it on the fancy dreams of other people, but her children have other ideas. They conspire to have her committed to an asylum to gain control of the money. Mrs. Savage manages to outwit her children, and bring to life the hopes and dreams of those in the institution, while showing us that the neglected virtues of kindness, affection, and loyalty have not been entirely lost in a world that seems, at times, motivated only by greed and dishonesty.
Listed in the top 5 popular plays performed in high schools in the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, The Curious Savage is an entertaining and fanciful comedy appropriate for all age groups. Bring the whole family. There is something delightful for everyone.
Show Dates are October 26, 27, and 28 at 7:00 PM with a 2:00 Matinee on October 28.
General seating will be sold for $10 in October during lunch or in the main office during business hours.
Pride and Prejudice
Long a beloved classic, Pride and Prejudice is a humorous story of love and life among English gentility during the Georgian era where the Bennet family is rearing five daughters with the intent to marry them to the most eligible bachelors. Finding a husband is hardly Elizabeth Bennet’s most urgent priority, but when the independent-minded Elizabeth meets the handsome but enigmatic Mr. Darcy, she is determined not to let her feelings triumph over her own good sense. Will Elizabeth overcome her pride, and will Mr. Darcy be able to look past his prejudice?
Show Dates are April 26, 27, and 28 at 7:00 PM with a 2:00 Matinee on April 28.
Preferred tickets are available online for $12 for adults and $10 for students. General seating will be sold for $10 in April during lunch or in the main office during business hours.
Drama I is the introductory course of the drama program. During the first semester of the class, students explore several aspects of theater arts including acting, directing and technical theater. The second semester will focus on a live performance that will involve both the acting and technical aspects of theater.
Theater / Advanced Drama is a one-year course with hands-on activities. Specialized instruction in method acting and technique is emphasized. Students who are accepted for enrollment will apply the basics learned in Drama I to advance their understanding in improvisation, speech, modern and classical scene studies, monologues, stage presence, dialects, and directing. Elements of play production will be reviewed and elaborated upon. Viewing and critiquing of professional theater is required. Additional work on school productions is also required as an extension of classroom learning.