From preschool to college, school dominates a huge portion of our early lives. We all have the joys of discovering our favorite teachers and subjects, and the dread of facing subjects we don’t like and navigating friendships and homework, activities. We all know that education is important but what does this mean? What ups and down does a student really encounter during the school day? What about the teachers and people who work in education? The following production will look at many comical, serious, and thought-provoking issues surrounding students and the educational experience on all levels.
Join RVTC's Youth Studio for our spring 2020 production. In this unique format, actors will help create the show by writing and designing some of the skits based on their own feelings and experiences. It's an opportunity to explore their artistic talents and learn new theatrical skills while addressing an important subject that kids and their parents all experience. All who sign up will be assigned acting roles; however, there are non-acting roles for those who want to be involved in the production, but not necessarily on stage performing. Registration opens on November 18 and there are 24 spots available. Registration closes no later than January 1.
Additional opportunities exist for older students who are interested in assistant directing or stage managing positions. Contact Rvtc411@gmail.com if interested in one of these positions.
Auditions will be held during the first rehearsal. Come prepared to tell a one to two-minute story or experience about a crazy moment or important moment that happened to you during school. It can be about something you learned, a favorite teacher, dealing with friends, your family…anything school related. The story can be something funny, silly or even something serious that really taught you an important lesson. Students will also be auditioning with material from the show which will be given to them on the first day of rehearsals.
Written and directed by Brian Klosa.
W Mar 18 6-8:30 pm
Performances at West Middle School:
F Mar 20 7 pm
Sa Mar 21 1 pm & 7 pm
Admission to each performance is $5 per person.