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About - High School Theater

Our High School Theater Program runs two times a year: Spring and Fall.

It is open to students in grades 9-12, as well as as 7th and 8th graders for most of the musicals. This program gets students to work together to put on a play for the community. This program is great for beginners and seasoned actors as everyone gets involved in the creative process.

In the Spring, our High Schoolers will perform a short play written by the Playwriting Club. 

This Spring's Play is: TBD

To get involved in the Playwriting process. Please click here.

 

In the Fall, our High Schooler will perform an original two-act musical that will take their talents to the next level. Nonsinging roles are available.

This Fall's Musical is: 5 Years of Rain.

When a group of witches put a spell on the town, causing 5 years of nonstop rain, the people grow angry with the witches. But when a human and witch fall in love, the two groups need to learn how to come together. 

 

Every winter, a special Youth Production is performed in the Winter. This Youth Production can be for Elementary School, Middle School, High School, or a mix of these students. 

Want to be involved with art or crew? Participants can sign up to help bring the show to life through our crew program.  

 

The high school theater programs has major goals to help students on their creative journey

  • Build confidence  

  • Learn acting techniques

  • Memorization techniques 

  • Encourage Creative Thinking

  • Have fun  

There is no registration fee for this program.

Tickets to the show will be a Pay-What-You-Will Donation to Arts and Athletics Club

We set a goal for each family to try to bring in $125 to the organization during the run of the show. This can be done through donation, ticket sales, cast shout outs, friend blocks, and more! 

Our high school participants may be invited to be a part of other performances in our organizations such as our Adult-led shows, special projects, other opportunities. Our goal is to help grow our performers so we look for opportunities to challenge our participants.

Registration is now open for Special Youth Production. Please see info below:

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Up Next: The Sleepover 2/Awkward 2

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About

The Show:

Art​s and Athletics Club is excited to start the year off with a brand new youth production, Awkward 2/The Sleepover 2. 

 

 

About the show:

 

Awkward 2: The awkward girls are now in high school and are volunteering to help Mrs. Beverly on her annual camping trip. When the trip gets going, the girls realize that they still may be battling with some of their middle school insecurities. 
The Sleepover 2, It is Wyatt's turn to host a sleepover. Using his love for stem, Wyatt creates a video game that can take you virtually in the game. But Wyatt hasn't quite figured out the mechanics and the boys get stuck in the video and need to work together to get back home. 

Cast Breakdown:

Casting breakdown is by character genders, not actor genders. We encourage all to come out and paticipate. 

Awkward 2:

6 Teens (Female Characters)

1 Teen (Male Character)

6 Grades 6-8 (Female Characters)

1 Adult (Female Character)

The Sleepover 2 

8 Grades 4-8 (Male Characters)

1 Grades 2-3 (Male Character)

 

The nonmusical theater programs has major goals to help students on their creative journey

  • Build confidence  

  • Learn acting techniques

  • Memorization techniques 

  • Encourage Creative Thinking

  • Have fun  

Rehearsal Location:

Reh​earsals will take place at "Arts and Athletics Club" at the Exton Mall. 

Our location is on the second floor in the old Aeropostale 

Rehearsal Schedule: Click here to review the rehearsal schedule.

Rehearsals will take place on Saturday afternoons starting January 9th. 

Performance Dates:

The show will be performed:

March 9th (7PM) - Awkward 2.

March 10th (1PM) - The Sleepover 2

March 10th (2:30PM) - Bonus Performance If First Performance is Sold Out

Cost

There is no registration fee for this program.

Tickets to the show will be a Pay-What-You-Will Donation to Arts and Athletics Club

We set a goal for each family to try to bring in $125 to the organization during the run of the show. This can be done through donation, ticket sales, cast shout outs, friend blocks, and more! 

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Sign Up Today 

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