Vaughn Melbourne Class of 2019
Each year, the Drama Club officers work with Mrs. M to create a set of goals for the year. These goals guide each and every DC show, meeting, and event. For the 2020-2021 season, the goals chosen were positivity, inclusivity, and community. After this crazy year, it’s important now more than ever for the club to stick together and promote positive thinking. Through the year, we will promote these three virtues and work together to create a loving environment for all! ❤
Featuring “Monsters Anonymous” by Debra A. Cole with special permission from Drama Notebook Link to Drama Notebook
The fourth and final show of the season is quickly approaching! The Middle School show, Things That Go Bump in the Night, surrounds several themes such as monsters, phobias, and fear. The cast and creative team have been working incredibly hard on this collection of monologues, scenes, songs, and dances, so make sure to send them your support! Please join us on May 21st and 22nd for some spooky theatrical fun!
The fourth and final show of the season is quickly approaching! The Middle School show, Things That The third production of this year is the Upper School musical, Now. Here. This. The musical explores many of life’s big questions and the things that keep us from focusing on being in the present moment in order to experience life more fully. Join us on this fabulous adventure on March 11th at 6pm and March 12th and 13th at 7pm!
The second production of this year is the Upper School play, Radium Girls. Join us for this incredible production and come support the DC members as they bring light to this poignant and important story. The show dates are Friday, December 11th and Saturday, December 12th at 7pm!
The first production of this year is the Middle School musical, The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley. The cast and crew have been working extremely hard on this virtual production and rehearsals are going great! The show will open on Friday, November 6th and run through Saturday, November 7th!
Katie Chadwick – Class of 2001
Image 1: KMC’s poster from her original short film, Oh Baby!
Image 2: KMC with Gordon Cantiello and a fellow Parker alumni and friend, Sasha Clines.
Image 3: KMC in ACT’s production of Bad APPLES in Seattle, WA.
Image 4: KMC in rehearsal for the world premiere of “Bed” by Sheila Callaghan at Echo Theatre in LA.
Image 5: KMC in sound check for National Tour of “Grease”
Check out Katie’s website: http://www.katemorganchadwick.com/