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Woodstock High School's Drama program strives to provide quality productions for the entire community. From beginning to end, our students work to bring stories to life on stage in every aspect.
For the 2012-2013 season, we will perform the following shows:
Almost, Maine by John Cariani on Oct. 11, 12, 13 at 7:30 p.m. Several couples fall in and out of love in small town in northern Maine. Guaranteed to tug at heartstrings, Almost, Maine was listed as one of Smith and Kraus' New Playwrights: Best Plays of 2006.
A Night of One Acts on Oct. 18 at 7:30 p.m. Woodstock Drama will perform both our Advanced Acting Class’ one act, All the King's Women, and our competition piece, Cirrius, Nebraska.
All the King’s Women, by Luigi Jannuzzi, tells the story of 17 women, some enthralled, some appalled, all obsessed with Elvis Presley. This show will highlight the talents of the WHS Advanced Acting Class.
Two worlds collide when a stranger from New York City visits Cirrius, Nebraska, the smallest town in America. The weary businessman who is used to all that New York can offer is now confronted with a place so small that there is only one cab, one room at the inn, and a mayor who is also the postmaster and town judge. Still, a guy could get used to the slower pace, small-town friendliness, and daily fresh baked goods for breakfast, if only he could figure out what is the town secret that everyone is hiding from him.
Cirrius, Nebraska is our competition piece, with which we will defend our Region Championship, and will be performed as if in competition. The cast and crew has 55 minutes, bare stage to bare stage, to perform the show.
All tickets for A Night of One Acts are $5.
Woodstock’s Got Talent on Jan. 24 at 7:30 p.m. Come see the talented students of Woodstock High School show off in a variety of performances. All tickets are $5.
In the spring, Woodstock Drama will perform a study of award-winning American playwright Horton Foote with two performances, the first rehearsed solely after school and the second put on by the Advanced Acting Class.
The Young Man From Atlanta, winner of the 1995 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, on March 21, 22, 23 at 7:30 p.m. This heartfelt drama, set in 1950s Houston, follows a couple as they come to terms with the death of their son. Tickets are $7 adults/ $5 students.
Dividing the Estate, nominated for 2009 Best Play Tony, is the funny tale of a gentrified East Texas family who can’t wait for their mother to pass so they can each get their share when the estate is divided. Performances are April 25, 26, 27 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $7 adults/ $5 students.
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