Welcome to Drama Club!
Dues for club membership are $10 per year and an application must be submitted to be enrolled.
Improv, community involvement, games, stage combat, performances, workshops, trips...and more!!
Remind 101 (Club Reminders via Text Message)
*T-Shirt Orders: Our large order gave us a reduced price! Money is due when they come in.
Short Sleeve T-shirts $9.95
Long Sleeve T-shirts $13.95
**Permissions slips are due before the Peter Pan and Pizza night on Friday, January 20th to Ms. Tewalt (room 205)**
Peter Pan and Pizza Night
Bring $2 for Pizza and watch the Broadway musical Peter Pan with your drama club family!
**Auditions for South Pacific **
Saturday, February 4 at 1:00-4:00 PM
Sunday, February 5 at 1:00-4:00 PM
Please have a show tune prepared to sing with CD backing
J. Frank Hillyard Middle School
226 Hawks Hill Drive, Broadway, Virginia 22815
Please park in front of the school and enter the left front door of the building. Turn left in the front hallway and the auditorium will be on the right.
**Auditions for A Streetcar Named Desire**
April production of Tennessee Williams’ classic story “A Streetcar Named Desire”.
Auditions: January 9 and 10
Call Backs on January 11!
Calling all Actors of all ages and experience
6:00 – 8:30 pm
2E Wolfe Street Building Harrisonburg
**Poetry Out Loud Competition**
If you would like to compete in the Poetry Out Loud competition you will need to choose a poem from the list provided at the following link Poetry out Loud Poems
You will not need to memorize the poem for the open-call audition in Ms. Tewalt's room (205) on Monday, November 21st at 3:15. You will be judged on poise, delivery, understanding of the poem, and dramatic presentation. Those selected will move on to the school competition on Thursday, December 15th.
Each winner at the state level will receive $200 and an all-expenses-paid trip with an adult chaperone to Washington, DC, to compete in the National Finals. The state winner's school will receive a $500 stipend for the purchase of poetry materials. The first runner-up in each state will receive $100, with $200 for his or her school library. Some states may offer additional prizes. We will award $50,000 total in cash and school stipends at the National Finals, with a $20,000 award for the Poetry Out Loud National Champion.
**Teen Actor Awards**
Shenandoah University will award two full, four-year scholarships to Shenandoah Conservatory as part of the first-ever Teen Actor Awards.
The coveted grand prize – $160,000 in scholarship money to Shenandoah Conservatory – will be awarded to two high school seniors, one male and one female. These two winners will also receive a photo shoot in New York Citywith renowned headshot photographer Jeff Mosier. In addition, six other senior finalists, three male and three female, will each receive a Conservatory Award of up to $12,000 per year.
High school freshmen, sophomores and juniors who enter the competition will compete for one of seven finalist slots, one of which will receive a fully paid scholarship to the University of Hartford’s Hartt School Community Division Summer Musical Theatre Intensive (SMTI) Preprofessional program. In addition, three male and three female winners from this group will each receive a fully paid College Audition Coach’s Online Prep Program in acting or in musical theatre with Mary Anna Dennard, an internationally recognized college audition coach.
As part of the $49 entry fee, students receive a copy of Silverberg’s book, “Winning Your Acting Auditions,” as well as access to an online workshop with Silverberg, “The Seven Keys to Winning Your Acting Audition.” Both will help students prepare for the competition, which includes creating a monologue video and submitting their entry by Feb. 1, 2017. Finalists will be chosen and notified later that month.
How to Submit an Entry. To submit an Entry for the Competition, go to teenactorawards.com and click “Enter” at the top of the webpage and follow the instructions. You will see the link which opens up the registration page where You will pay the $49.00 entry fee. (Entry fee is non refundable) You will receive one (1) Entry into the Competition. You must then follow the guidelines to enter your Entry video. You may not Enter more than one time; multiple Entries from an entrant are not allowed and will be disqualified. ALL ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY February 1, 2017.
**American Shakespeare Center Summer Workshops**
Click on the above link for info and to register.
June 19 – July 10
July 17 – August 7
Campers must prepare a 10-15 line monologue from an early modern play for auditions on the second day of camp. The monologues on this form are suggestions borrowed from the English Speaking Union Suggested Monologues Packet. Selecting your monologue on this form will ensure that no other camper has the same monologue. Unavailable monologues will not appear on this form.
Want more ideas? Check out the Suggested Monologues List.
If a monologue that you want to prepare is not listed, please email Camp Director Lia Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org to request your alternative selection. Lia will make sure the monologue has not already been selected, and must approve all unique audition pieces and cuts.
There is a college credit option as well!
BRCC Workshop (August)
Weekly - Sat
Fine Arts Building (V) - Main Campus
Please read: Registered students will audition the third Saturday of the workshop, Aug. 19 at 9 am.
Registration Closes On
Saturday, August 5, 2017 @ 12:00 AM