Drama Club

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    The Drama Club is open to students in grades 7-12.  No formal or prior experience in theatre is necessary, the Drama Club is open to any interested students.  There are currently 25 members in the Drama Club.

    The Drama Club perfoms in two shows per school year, usually one in the fall and one in the spring. They also take trips to see professional theatre once or twice per school year.

    Drama Club Officers:


    Previous Shows:

    "A Mid-Semester's Daydream" 
    Synopsis:  A student learns how relevant the plays of Shakespeare still are to her life. She is taken in a dream to relive the important parts of her young life and witness similar, though more dramatic, events happening in Shakespeare.  From "Othello" to "Romeo and Juliet" she sees just how important the Bard's works are to people hundreds of years after the plays were written.

    Click below to watch the trailer created by SATV members Megan Matejcic & Stephanie Taylor


     Arsenic and Old Lace
    A classic comedy play made into a classic movie. Arsenic and Old Lace is about a family living in Brooklyn NY in the early 1940's. Two spinster aunts, who are admired for their good works in the neighborhood, have their contributions to society interrupted by their relatives both sane and insane. Along the way you begin to question if anybody in the Brewster family is what they appear to be. Admission is $3 for students and $5 for adults. The Saturday May 22nd at 7:00PM and Sunday May 23rd at Noon.


    Drama Club Presents: "Network Nuts"
    "Network Nuts" is a comedy that tells the story of a new cable network that will broadcast new shows which are all whacky parodies of shows on TV today. Cost of admission if $5 for adults and $3 for students and children.