Pictures posted for Legally Blonde

Links to albums for all three performances as well as a couple slideshows are now available on the Pictures page!

Scheduling volunteers via SignupGenius for Legally Blonde

Can you please add the following to the Littleton High School Drama page

In an effort to streamline scheduling, we are now using signupgenius to
schedule volunteer times. The link is below.

Please sign up by the end of March.

Audition details for Legally Blonde

Audition details and scores are now available on the Rehearsal Schedule page.

Legally Blonde auditions and rehearsal schedule posted

Now that The Madwoman of Chaillot is done, it’s time to get ready for Legally Blonde! The rehearsal schedule has been updated.

Note: Performance schedule change for The Madwoman of Chaillot

Due to a conflict, the Friday, November 13th performance of The Madwoman of Chaillot has been rescheduled for Thursday, November 12th.

Fall play: The Madwoman of Chaillot

This coming year, the play will in the Fall, with the musical in the Spring…and the play is The Madwoman of Chaillot. Performances will be November 12th, 14th, 15th.

If you want to get a head start though, you can download the scripts here:

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Tryout information:
Monday Sept 14 – 6:30 – 9pm (initial audition)
Thursday Sept 17 – 8pm – 9:30pm (callbacks)

Madwoman of Chaillot

Pages for tryouts:

1. Three madwomen – pp. 41 to the bottom of p. 42
2. Irma monologue – pp. 36-37
3. Conversation with the President and the Baron – starts on page 6 with the Baron’s line “Well, until I was fifty…” and goes to the bottom of page 8.
4. Pierre / Aurelia scene about Adolphe Bertaut – starts on page 58: Starts with Aurelia: “Is it you, Adolphe Bertaut…” Ends with Aurelia: “give it (my hand) to Little Pierre.”

2015 Spring play: The Dining Room

The 2015 Spring play will be The Dining Room, with performances on April 10th, 11th and 12th.

2014-2015 musical: The Mystery of Edwin Drood

Just announced: The musical for the High School 2014-2015 school year will be The Mystery of Edwin Drood, the famous unfinished story by Charles Dickens that was turned into a Tony award-winning musical by Rupert Holmes, also famous for the song “Escape”, better known as “The Pina Colada Song”!

For more information on the musical, check of this PDF file: Drood_Upstage2

Pictures from Much Ado About Nothing

Check out this album of pictures, courtesy of Rhonda (Snapfish account required):

Much Ado 2014


Tickets for Much Ado About Nothing now on sale

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