The ninth grade students of Intermediate Theatre travel to Pacific Rim Elementary on January 9, Jefferson Elementary on January 13, and Calavera Hills Elementary on January 15 to perform their adaptation of JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH!
Ever been on a crazy blind date? Then you’ll be laughing at the PreAdvanced/Intermediate Theatre production of Jonathan Rand’s one-act comic trilogy CHECK, PLEASE. One night only — Tuesday, January 13, at 7:00 in the Cultural Arts Center. Admission is free with ASB sticker or $5.00 at the door.
The Advanced Theatre class presents Matthew Burnett’s adaptation of Thornton Wilder’s THEOPHILUS NORTH on Friday, January 16 and Saturday, January 17, at 7:00 P.M. in the Cultural Arts Center. Admission is free with ASB sticker or $5.00 at the door.
Carlsbad High School PreAdvanced Theatre students won two 3rd place medals at the 10th Annual RoleAbout Festival at Mission Viejo High School on Saturday, October 20. In the Classical Monologue category, John Collison won 3rd place for his performance as the Guard from ANTIGONE. Gunnar Sexton, Clare Sinai and Kenadee Watson won 3rd place with their scene from THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR in the Classical Scene event. Placing in the Finals were Max DeLoach performing “Why, God, Why?” from MISS SAIGON, Kitty Knorr’s Original Monologue “Addiction”, Cameron Penn’s monologue from the film 127 HOURS, and Karinya Ghiara, Tara Robertson and Megan Ohlin’s performance of a scene from the film LEGALLY BLONDE. Serving as student judges were Ally Houston and Destiny Girley, and Deja Sanders supported the festival as a volunteer. Congratulations to the class and many thanks to the parents who joined us for a day of great theatre!
On Saturday, April 21, 2012, at Reseda High School, the Carslbad High School Advanced Theatre students competed against 48 Southern California high schools at the Drama Teachers Assoc. of So. California Shakespeare Festival. Every student made it to semi-finals, and four groups made it to the top ten of finals. The scene from King Richard III placed second in Group Serious, Merry Wives of Windsor placed fourth in Small Group Humorous, and both scenes from MacBeth — the Parody and the “Kings” straight scene — were finalists. Carlsbad High School was also a finalist in the Sweepstakes, winning Honorable Mention.
CHS Advanced Theatre Class performs select excerpts from the Bard in preparation for DTASC Competition.
YouTube Playlist of a few performances.
(Sorry I only had enough battery to get a few.)