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01/15/16 - AUDITIONS APA Theatre Spring Comedy – On the Razzle

Departments: Acting, APA Student Council, MMET Music, MMET Media, Music, Media and Entertainment Technology, Technical Theatre, Costuming, Dance, Musical Theater, Orchestral Music, Theatre

AUDITIONS

APA Theatre Spring Comedy – On the Razzle

Tuesday, February 9

Actors Rep @ 3:00    Acting @ 5:00     Room T-2

Wednesday, February 16 @ 5:30 Room T-2

Please prepare a one–minute comic or farcical monologue.  Callbacks are February 11 & 12. Rehearsals begin on February 23.  Look over the rehearsal schedule. Rehearsals are mostly Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays.  Many people will only need to come 1 day a week until the latter part of rehearsals. Any conflicts must be on your audition form.  Please bring a photo and a resume.

 

We are looking for 29 roles plus ensemble.   Understudies selected will have other roles or be in the ensemble.  Some of the roles are very demanding and others not so much.  Some of the roles are onstage throughout the play and some are only in one or two scenes.  Some characters have a lot of lines and some only a few.  The play is set in Austria 1900.  We will not be using accents for the local characters but will for outside visitors who are German, French, Scottish.

This is a very fun, fast moving, wildly crazy play.  There is even a talking parrot and a whinnying horse.  We also need assistants to help with the show. Characters listed on back! 

 

On The Razzle   A farce by Tom Stoppard    Directed by Robert Rotenberry 

 

Set in Austria in 1900, to go “on the Razzle” means to have a night on the town, full of fun, and perhaps even a bit of misbehavior. So, what happens when the boss leaves town, and two irrepressibly irresponsible young men are left to run the store, but instead, set out to the big city “to acquire a past before it’s too late.”? What happens is a night of double entendres, mistaken identities, high jinks and low tomfoolery – and romance: uncontainable, disobedient romance.   Hysterical hysterics abound in a road trip that turns into a non-stop chase scene. "One false move and we'll have a farce on our hands."

“Apart from Jumpers and The Importance of Being Earnest there may be no script in English funnier than On the Razzle." - London Observer

"While preserving the beautiful intricacies of this construction, Stoppard has embellished Razzle with a dazzle of verbal wit, an unremitting firework display of puns, crossword puzzle tricks and sly innuendos." - London Daily Telegraph.

 

You cannot be a character in the play if you are in Pippin as they overlap however, there is a parade sequence.  Parade Performers: We are looking for musicians, acrobats, baton twirlers, flag wavers etc.   You would only be needed for a few rehearsals for that.  

 

On The Razzle Characters

Leads (in order of appearance) 

1.      Weinberl- 20’s-30’s.  The head clerk at Zangler's grocery emporium. Clever, witty, easily bored. Decides to go 'On The Razzle' to Vienna while Zangler is away. He is wanting adventure and love, very quick on his feet.  He takes his protégé Christopher along.  Pretends to be Frau Fisher’s husband but turns out has been writing her love letters for a while.

2.      Christopher- Teens - 20s. The male junior clerk at Zangler's shop. Younger than Weinberl, but respects him deeply. Happy to go along with any scheme of Weinberl's. He is plucky and ready for the next big thing, yet still a child at heart.  He ends up disguised as a woman.

3.      August Sonders-20s. Marie's penniless lover. Despised by Zangler, owing to his lack of prospects.  He is very intelligent, speaks fluent Italian.  He is the heir to a wealthy aunt in Brussels.

4.      Marie- Teens - 20s. Zangler's niece and his ward. Works in the shop. Pretty and clever. Loves Sonders and dreams of marrying him.  She is a bit prudish, not incredibly intelligent.

5.      Zangler- 40’s-50’s.  Owner of Zangler's grocery emporium. Employer of Weinberl and Christopher. Engaged to Madame Knorr. Perpetually angry and prone to using the wrong words and getting out what he wants to say.

6.      Melchior- 20s. Zangler's new manservant. Cheeky and sharp, but still ends up outwitted by the two shop-boys.  Everything is “classic” to him.

7.      Madame Eugenia Knorr-30’s.   Zangler's fiancée. Owns and manages a stylish fashion shop in the center of Vienna.  She is ditzy and easily excited, a business woman and fashionista.  Friend of Frau Fischer.

8.      Frau Hildegarde Fisher-30s. A wealthy widow. Friend of Mme Knorr. Weinberl pretends to be her husband in order to avoid Zangler in Vienna.  She goes along with it for a lark.   Turns out Weinberl has been her romantic pen pal all along.

9.      Miss Blumenblatt-40’s.  Zangler’s sister-in-law.  Loves anything French.  She is a hopeless romantic and flamboyant. Turns out that the love of her life was Herr Fisher who died right after they met.

 

Supporting

1.      Belgian Foreigner-age open, male or female befuddled legal messenger from Belgium who speaks German

2.      Gertrud- age open, Zangler’s housekeeper, continually tries to do her job but gets things wrong.  Always calm and saying the wrong thing.  Very dryly funny.

3.      Hupfer-30-60’s, Zangler’s exasperated tailor.

4.      Phillipine- teens to 20’s.  Young salesgirl who works at Madame Knorr’s Fashion House

5.      Coachman-Hired by Zangler, this rowdy, brazen man has two personalities.  One is obsessed with women.  He meets Lisette who immediately swoons in his arms.

6.      Lisette- Miss Blumenblatt’s French maid.  Longs for a man to steal her heart.   She falls first the Coachman, the first one to come her way.  After they meet she can’t stand to be apart from him.

 

7.      Waiter Two- Age open, classy, efficient, speaks English.

Featured
1.      Waiter One- Age open, classy, efficient, speaks Italian, and English with an Italian accent.
2.      German Man- 30’s – 50’s, customer at the Imperial Gardens Café, speaks only German.
3.      German Woman- 30’s – 50’s, customer at the Imperial Gardens Café, speaks only German, his wife.
4.      Scots Man- 30’s – 50’s, customer at the Imperial Gardens Café, speaks with a Scottish accent.
5.      Scots Woman- 30’s – 50’s, customer at the Imperial Gardens Café, speaks with a Scottish accent, his wife.
6.      Constable-20’s-50, a young policeman drawn into the action.
7.      Waitress 2-Young, fast moving, very proper server.
8.      Ragamuffin- teen, male or female, raggedy kid who is hired on as an apprentice, love interest for Christopher
9.      Waitress 1-Young, fast moving, very proper server.
10.   Waitress 3-Young, fast moving, very proper server.
11.   Busboy-Loud and goofy, delivers the bill, sings with the staff.
12.   Piper- plays the bagpipes.
13.   Parrot- Actor will voice the wisecracking parrot.
14.   Lightning- one or two actors to play the horse.  Neighs and whinnies.   Weinberl and Christopher ride him.

Ensemble 

 Shop Customers– an assortment of ages and types at Zangler’s shop.

 Citizens – an assortment of ages and personas in Vienna. 

Parade Performers- Musicians, dancers, acrobats, twirlers, banner holders etc. 

Sextet- Six Musicians hired by Zangler to play music for his fiancée. 

 

Café Customers- a sophisticated assortment out for an evening of fine dining.

On The

01/11/16 - 10 Minute Play Festival Great Writeup in OC Register!

http://www.ocregister.com/articles/theater-698490-life-students.html

HBAPA's Ten-Minute play fest broadens actors' horizons

Jan. 8, 2016 

By PAMELA CHAN / CONTRIBUTING WRITER

 For almost two decades, Robert Rotenberry has guided his theater students toward bigger and better things by offering numerous chances each year for aspiring playwrights and directors to bring their visions to vivid life.

As theater chairman at the Huntington Beach Academy for Performing Arts, Rotenberry has helped produce more than 266 student-written plays through various annual festivals that occur during the latter parts of each semester, including the Ten-Minute Play Festival, now in its 19th year.

The festival features 10-minute plays that have been written, directed and performed by theater students. The day-long event features two afternoon performances followed by a “best of” awards ceremony, during which outside theater professionals, including APA alumni, judge and critique the works.

“So in addition to my critiques, the (students can) hear from totally objective people who do not know them,” said Rotenberry. It not only helps them improve as artists, he said, but the feedback also lets them “get an opportunity very few high schools offer – to be a writer/director who’s been produced on the high school level. Some kids will leave here (after four years) with five or six plays produced. That’s the rewarding part.”

The writers have discovered that watching their work come to life on stage brings a new level of understanding.

“It’s really interesting,” said Jacob Menke, who wrote “Our Place,” one of the 10 world-premiere plays being offered this year. “You get to see an experience of your own brought to life, but with other people doing it,”

“It’s also weird just empathizing with the characters. I see myself in both of the characters I wrote,” Menke continued. “It’s also just nice to see people come together to make a story. I think theater’s a really interesting way to tell your own stories. It’s so intimate. With films and other writing on the screen, it’s different from yourself. But with theater, it’s happening right here and right now.”

Writer Brooke Teasley agreed: “It’s amazing, almost surreal. I’ve written stuff for a long time but to see one finally be able to be produced and come to life is just an amazing experience.”

Her original drama “To Want for Nothing” explores everyday social norms and familial dynamics and how they affect people. “Seeing it come together with the actors, it’s not exactly as you expected in your head of course, but in a way it’s the same,” Teasley said. “You picture it a certain way and do your best then to carry out that vision.”

Most of the festival participants study acting at APA and don’t typically venture into other areas of theater production. By being exposed to writing and directing, opportunities that allow them to go beyond their acting experiences, some students are discovering new options available to them in the theater. “Because of this opportunity, I’ve actually decided to pursue directing as a career,” said Kate Napoli, director of Jacky Dang’s absurdist play “Eve.”

 

Like Napoli, “Basket Case” director Zoee Gallego said she has found her niche in life behind the scenes through directing. “It really is all about taking charge and having new ideas and helping them come up in real life,” she said. “You read it on a page for someone else and you then take your own ideas. It’s like putting two great things together.”

The festival also benefits those planning to embark on an entirely different career path.

“I don’t plan to pursue directing in college but more as an extracurricular experience,” said Zack Ali. who is also a member of Model United Nations, an organization that teaches students about diplomacy and international relations. “Directing and theater has definitely helped with my goals though. Working with people who have different personalities and styles of communicating how they feel and how they work definitely translates to what I want to do in life.”

Added Teasley: “I think for everyone involved in this, we are all just so astonished to see everybody’s work come to life.”

Contact the writer:varsityarts@ocregister.com

01/11/16 - Best of the Festival 2016 winners announced!

Departments: Acting, APA Student Council, MMET Music, MMET Media, Music, Media and Entertainment Technology, Technical Theatre, Costuming, Dance, Musical Theater, Orchestral Music, Theatre

The 19th Annual Ten Minute Play Festival

 

Best Production-  Peter by Cynda Wang, Directed by Yvonne Gonzales

Runner Up Best Production-  Eve by Jacky Dang, Directed by Kate Napoli

Best Director-   Kate Napoli, Eve

Runner Up Best Director- Zack Ali, Our Place
Best Play- Eve by Jacky Dang
Runner Up Best Play- Lucid Nightmares With Elaine by Levi Lindsey
Best Ensemble- Eve
Runner Up Best Ensemble- Preach It

Best Actor- William Boyer-Montgomery, Lucid Nightmares With Elaine
Runner Up Best Actor- Matthew Miltmore, Life or Wife
Best Actress- Shannon Mahoney, Peter
Runner Up Best Actress- Lucy O’Connell, To Want For Nothing
Best Supporting Actor- Sam Johnson, To Want For Nothing

Runner Up Best Supporting Actor- Erik Drake, Enamored

Best Supporting Actress- Kylie Martinson, Peter
Runner Up Best Supporting Actress- Arianna Feemster, A Good Bad Date
Best Tech- Preach It
Runner Up Best Tech- Our Place
Special Recognition-

Best Alter-Ego- Kaylie Flowers & Chloe Riderich, Life or Wife

Best Surprise Ending- Marley Timmerman, Life or Wife

 

Unique Character- Katherine Lane, Preach It

01/06/16 - Congratulations to our Broadway Star!

APA Alumnus Kyle Selig takes the lead on Broadway in "Book of Mormon".  

Kyle Selig Book of Mormon 

11/29/15 - Donate Toys at Sounds of the Season

Don't forget to bring a new, unwrapped toy to donate to TOYS FOR TOTS at our upcoming Sounds of the Season performances as we continue a wonderful tradition.

11/23/15 - ANTIGONE CAST ANNOUNCED

Departments: Acting, APA Student Council, MMET Music, MMET Media, Music, Media and Entertainment Technology, Technical Theatre, Costuming, Dance, Musical Theater, Orchestral Music, Theatre

ANTIGONE CAST


LEAD CHORUS(CHORUS 1)

Alyssa Hall

CHORUS 2

Cassie Walsh

CHORUS 3

Ayla Valentine

CHORUS 4

 Tatum Allen

ANTIGONE

Kaylie Flowers

NURSE

 Valerie Robfogel

ISMENE

Haley Blizzard

HAEMON

Jake Webber

CREON

Jacob Menke

GUARD/FIRST GUARD

William Boyer Montgomery

SECOND GUARD

Jacob Mesa

THIRD GUARD

Daniel Lesnick

MESSENGER

Foster Kirkonnell

PAGE

Sophia Shajari

EURYDICE

Catlynn Yates

 

 

 

 

UNDERSTUDY CHORUS

Kylie Martinson

UNDERSTUDY ANTIGONE/ISMENE

Tatum Allen

UNDERSTUDY CREON/HAEMON

Daniel Lesnick

UNDERSTUDY GUARDS

Erik Drake

UNDERSTUDY NURSE

Catlynn Yates

11/05/15 - Ten Minute Play Festival Casts

Departments: Acting, APA Student Council, MMET Music, MMET Media, Music, Media and Entertainment Technology, Technical Theatre, Costuming, Dance, Musical Theater, Orchestral Music, Theatre

Ten Minute Play Festival Casts

Congratulations to all of those who were cast.  First Read Through will be Tuesday, November 10.  5:00 pm.  T-2.  Please check the list carefully.    If you have Look Homeward, Angel you will have to leave the read through by 5:30.


Basket Case, an absurd play

by Makena Pang Directed by Zoee Gallego.

Manakel- Zoe Rivers                        

Myra – Faith Longo

Beth - Tiffany Dennis                       

                

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Enamored, a comedy

by John Buntich. Directed by Nathan Coffey

Bruce- Foster Kirkconnell

Lawrence- Erik Drake

Karolyn – Carolyn Nguyen

Sue- Ciera Williams

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Eve, an absurd play

 by Jacky Dang. Directed by Kate Napoli

Woman 1 - Adrien Villegas

Woman 2- Mae Cusack,

Woman 3- Cassie Kirkconnell,

Woman 4- Makenzie Hajek

Woman 5- Rossella Juliano,

Woman 6 (ASL)- Selah Rabin

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A Good Bad Date, a comedy

by Daniel Lesnick. Directed by Christopher Delfino

Steven- Sam Parks

Illana – Arianna Feemster

Logos- Fionna Mahaffey

Pathos- Destiny Van Wormer  

Waitress- Amber McCready  

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Life or Wife, a comedy

by Marley Timmerman.  Directed by Sydney Primeaux.

Assistant Director- Morgan Aranda

Angelia – Kaylie Flowers  

Jayden - Matthew Miltimore

Skyla – Chloe Riederich

Allison- Sophia Shajari

                

              

              

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Lucid Nightmare with Elaine, an absurd play

by Levi Lindsey.  Directed by Jackie Urquieta

Elaine - Jewell Fisher

Doctor Nighility - William Montogomery

Lieutenant Left Brain- Kenneth Cook

Lieutenant Right Brain- Adam Drozd

                

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Our Place, a drama

by Jacob Menke.  Directed by Zack Ali

Mika - Rachel Fishbough

Tanis - Alyssa Hall

 

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Peter, a dark comedy

by Cynda Wang.  Directed by Yvonne Gonzales

Peter - Shannon Mahoney

Wendy - Laura Harris                     

Michael – Kylie Martinson

James- Danielle Tolentino  

 

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Preach It, a comedy

by Abigail Taugher .  Directed by Catlynn Yates.

Assistant Director- Lilia Van

Riley - Madison Hammonds

Glenn - Andy Jacobson

Annelise – Taylor Thomas

Lena – Isabel Ucar

Miss Dire - Katherine Lane

Claire- Valerie Robfogel  

              

 

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To Want For Nothing, a drama

by Brooke Teasley. Directed by Riley Smith.

Assistant Director-  Brigette Butler.

Mallory - Lucy O’Connell

Wess  - Sam Johnson

Devlin- Michelle Hattersley

                

                

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11/03/15 - The 19th Annual Ten Minute Play Festival Callbacks

Departments: Acting, APA Student Council, MMET Music, MMET Media, Music, Media and Entertainment Technology, Technical Theatre, Costuming, Dance, Musical Theater, Orchestral Music, Theatre

The 19th Annual Ten Minute Play Festival Callbacks

Thursday, November 5.  5:00 pm.  Black Box Theatre.  Please check the list carefully.  You might be called back for multiple plays


Basket Case, an absurd play by Makena Pang Directed by Zoee Gallego.

Manakel

                Zoe Rivers                             Cassie Kirkonnell

                Faith Longo                          Gabby Garcia

                Kaylie Flowers                      Rossella Juliano

                Kylie Martinson                   Laura Harris

                Ayla Valantine

Myra

                Zoe Rivers                             Gabby Garcia

                Olivia Pfost                           Jewell Fisher

                Carolyn Nguyen                  Rossella Juliano

                Kaylie Flowers                      Ayla Valantine

                Chloe Riederich

                Cassie Kirkonnell

Beth

                Tiffany Dennis                     Jewell Fisher

                Faith Longo                          Taylor Thomas

                Danielle Tolentino

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Eve, an absurd play by Jacky Dang. Directed by Kate Napoli

Woman 1

                Adrien Villegas,

Andy Jacobson,

Eric Drake 

Woman 2

                Mae Cusack,

Mackenzie Hajeck,

Lucy O’Connel,

Taylor Thomas,

Shannon Mahoney

Woman 3

                Cassie Kirkconnell,

Fionna Mahaffey,

Taylor Thomas,

 Isabelle Ucar,

Woman 4

Rachel Fishbough,

Shannon Mahoney,

Alyssa Hall,

Fionna Mahaffey,

 Lucy O’Connell

Woman 5

                Rosella Juliano,

Kaylie Flowers,

Ciera Williams,

 Faith Longo,

Cassie Walsh

Woman 6 (ASL)

                Rachel Fishbough

 

 

 

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A Good Bad Date, a comedy by Daniel Lesnick. Directed by Christopher Delfino

Steven

                Erik Drake

                Andy Jacobson

                Matt  Miltimore

Illana

                Cassie Kirkonnell

                Maleene Hayde

                Katherine L

                Madison Hammonds

Logos

                Sam Johnson

                Andy Jacobson

                Lucy O’connell

                Shannon Mahoney

Pathos

                Alyssa Hall

                Erik Drake

                Maxwell Holley

                Mae Lusack

                Rachel Fishbough

Waitress

                Jewell Fisher

                Rossella Juliano

                Fionna Mahaffey

                Michelle H

 

 

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Enamored, a comedy by John Buntich. Directed by Nathan Coffey

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Life or Wife, a comedy by Marley Timmerman.  Directed by Sydney Primeaux. AD, Morgan Aranda

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Lucid Nightmare with Elaine, an absurd play by Levi Lindsey.  Directed by Jackiet Urquieta

.Elaine

                Cassie Kirkonnell                

                Jewell Fisher

                Isabelle Ucar

                Zoe Rivers

Doctor Nighility

                Foster Kirkconnell

                Maxwell Holley

                Sam Parks

                William Montogomery

Lieutenant Mid-Brain

                Kenneth Cook

                Adam Drozd

                Adam Wagner

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Our Place, a drama by Jacob Menke.  Directed by Zack Ali

Mika

                Zoe Rivers                             Cassie Walsh

                Kaylie Flowers                      Laura Harris

                Isabel Ucar                           Ayla Valantine

                Laura Harris                         Rachel Fishbough

                Ciera Williams                      Shannon Mahoney

Tanis

                Chloe Riedrich                     Makenzie Hajeck

                Arianna Feemster                Alyssa Hall

                Danielle Tolentino               Rossella Juliano

                Shannon Mahoney             Faith Longo

                Mae Cusack                         Rachel Fishbough

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To Want For Nothing, a drama by Brooke Teasley. Directed by Riley Smith. AD  Brigette Butler.

Mallory

                Alyssa Hall                           Lucy O’Connell

                Rachel Fishbough                Valerie Robfogal

                Rossella Juliano                   Taylor Thomas

                Cassie Kirkonnell                 Shannon Mahoney

                Makenzie Hajeck                Madison Hammonds

                Mae Cusack                         Laura Harris

Wess

                Adrian Villegas

                Sam Johnson

Devlin

                Joel Fischer                           Michelle Hattersley

                Ciara Williams                     Laura Harris

                Matt Miltimore

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Preach It, a comedy by Abigail Taugher .  Directed by  Catlynn Yates. AD Lilia Van

Riley

                Isabelle Ucar                        Madison Hammonds

                Zoe Rivers                             Jewell Fisher

                Kaylie Flowers                      Mackenzie Hajeck

                Alexandra P                          Serena Williams

                Alyssa Hall                           Rachel Fishbough

Glenn

                William Montgomery         Andy Jacobson

                Foster Kirkonell                    Erik Drake

                Matthew M                           Max Holly

                Sam Johnson 

Annelise

                Cassie Walsh                        Rachel Fishbough

                Zoe Rivers

Lena

                Sophia Sayiri                        Alyssa Hall

                Kylie Martinson                   Valerie R

                Rachel Fishbough                Taylor Thomas

Miss Dire

                Tiffany Dennis                     Ayla Valantine

                Kaylie Flowers                      Alyssa Hall

                Lucy O’Connell                   Rossella Juliano

                Rachel Fishbough                Katherine Lane

                Cassie Kirkconnell               Shannon Manohey

                Laura Harris

Claire

                Isabelle Ucar                        Carolyn Ngyuen

                Rachel Fishbough                Taylor Thomas

                Shannon Manohey             Sauerie T

               

 

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Peter, a dark comedy by Cynda Wang .  Directed by Yvonne Gonzales

Peter

                Zoe Rivers                             Madison Hammonds

                Isabel Ucar                           Matthew Militmore

                Danielle Tolentino               Maxwell Holley

                Alyssa Hall                           Mackenzie Hajeck

                Jewell Fisher                          Rachel Fishbough

                Lucy O’Connell                   Shannon Mahoney

Wendy

                Kaylie Flowers                      Chloe Riederich

                Carolyn Ngyuen                  Alyssa Hall

                Laura Harris                         Rachel Fishbough

                Valerie R                               Madison Hammonds

Michael

                Arianna Feemster                                Sam Parks

                Faith Longo                          Erik Drake

                Andy Jacobson                    Ciera Williams

                Matt Militmore                    Michelle Hatteryley

James

                Adam Dugd                          Maxwell Holley

                Foster Kirkconnel                Fionna Mahoney

                William Boyer-Montgomery     Lucy O’Connell

                Jewell Fisher                          Taylor Thomas

 

                Jacob Mesa 

10/29/15 - Auditions for the 19th Annual Ten Minute Play Festival!

Departments: Acting, APA Student Council, MMET Music, MMET Media, Music, Media and Entertainment Technology, Technical Theatre, Costuming, Dance, Musical Theater, Orchestral Music, Theatre

 

Auditions! 

   The 19th Annual Ten Minute Play Festival

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

5:00 PM T-2 (Off Auditorium Lobby)

Short plays- A lot of Comedy, plus Drama and the Absurd


 

This is your chance to be on stage.  Our student playwrights have written original scripts.  This is an open auditionAny student in APA or from HBHS with a 2.0 or higher is able to audition.  No preparation is needed.  You will be given a short selection to read for the directors. If you have a prepared 1-minute monologue, you can perform that. If possible please bring a photo and a resume. On Tuesday, November 10, there will be callbacks for all of the plays.  Make sure you are available that day. 

Rehearsals are during the Dramatic Production class time Tuesday and Thursday from 5:00- 7:00 PM. If needed, the director may have to call additional rehearsals. 

The Ten Minute Play Festival will be on Saturday January 9 with performances at 1:00 pm and 3:30 pm. If you have never been on stage before, don’t let that stop you!  Please show up and give it a go!   These plays offer a lot of variety. 

This year’s plays

Basket Case, an absurd play by Makena Pang Directed by Zoee Gallego. 3 females

Eve, an absurd play by Jacky Dang. Directed by Kate Napoli. 1 male, 4 females

A Good Bad Date, a comedy by Daniel Lesnick. Directed by Christopher Delfino.  1 male, 4 females

Enamored, a comedy by John Buntich. Directed by Nathan Coffey. 2 males, 2 females

Life or Wife, a comedy by Marley Timmerman.  Directed by Sydney Primeaux. AD, Morgan Aranda. 1 male, 4 females

Lucid Nightmare with Elaine, an absurd play by Levi Lindsey.  Directed by Jackiet Urquieta.  1 male, 1 female, 1 extra

Our Place, a drama by Jacob Menke.  Directed by Zack Ali. 2 females

To Want For Nothing, a drama by Brooke Teasley. Directed by Riley Smith. AD  Brigette Butler. 1 male, 2 females

Preach It, a comedy by Abigail Taugher .  Directed by  Catlynn Yates. AD Lilia Van. 1 male, 2 females

Peter, a dark comedy by Cynda Wang .  Directed by Yvonne Gonzales.  2 males, 2 females

 

 

10/05/15 - THIS SATURDAY... APA's annual Open House!!!

October 10th (this Saturday) 8:30am-2:30pm

Hey actors, costume designers, singers, film makers, rockers, dancers, instrumentalists, techies, musical theatre, play writers: come check out what APA has to offer...

rsvp for the annual event: tinyurl/APA-OPEN-HOUSE-2015

Go here for more info:

http://www.hbapa.org/openhouse