What We Do
"It's a home where I do what I love with the people I love."
-Gabe Sanchez (Class of 2017)
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Stagg Drama believes in doing what you love, having fun, building relationships, and learning in a safe environment. Whether you like to act, build, paint, sew, or direct, there is a place for you in drama club.
In everything we do, we strive to learn. We learn much more than just acting and building in drama. We learn teamwork, time management, and patience. We learn communication skills, trust, empathy, and so much more.
"No matter what kind of day I'm having, walking into the theater always puts a smile on my face."
-Emma Lizzio (Class of 2017)
"I love having fun and laughing with your friends while working really hard towards something you all care about"
- Claudia Majercak (Class of 2022)
"I love being around people who share the passion I do."
-Pat Gabel (Class of 2017)
“The best part about drama club is sense of family. I feel like a close friend to some and an older brother to many”
- Jaeden Prabowo (Class of 2020)
How You Can Participate
Drama Club Member- It is important to remember that it is not necessary to be in all of the shows to be a drama club member. Drama club members can help with fundraisers, bring in baked goods for bake sales, and help sell baked goods at lunch during the week of shows. All students who come to our drama meetings every other week are considered part of our drama family.
Stage Manager- Stage managers serve as the bridge of communication between the crew, actors, and directors. They take notes at actor rehearsals, make announcements, and call cues during shows. They must attend all rehearsals, take attendance, create prop lists, write cues, and are in charge of directors gifts.
Actor- Schedules of the actors depends on the show. Some shows are harder or more competitive than others. Once you make a show, there is rehearsal about two or three times a week. Auditions for upcoming shows are on the Auditions and Cast Lists page or on the board at school.
Stage Crew Member- Everyone is welcome at stage crew and no experience with tools is required! Stage crew builds the set for each show and run the show from the sides of the stage during tech weeks and shows (moving set pieces). Crew is normally every day after school and attendance is flexible. Run crew size depends on the difficulty of the show. There is also sound and props crew. There are usually three people on sound crew and the size of props crew depends on the show. For more information or questions, contact Mr. Fisher.
Lighting Crew- Members of lighting crew sit in the booth at the back of the PAC during shows and run the lights. Lighting frequently works on the catwalks and in the cages. Spots crew is made up of 2-3 lighting members who control the spotlights from the spot booth at the top of the PAC.
Costume Crew Member- The costume crew picks out, fits, and creates the costumes for each show. It is not necessary that you know how to sew. Costume crew also does the hair and make up for the shows. Costumes are also rented for some shows and costume crew members organize them and make sure they are taken care of. Costume crew usually meets the same time stage crew does. Contact Khloe Sedlak (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Emma Muhr (email@example.com) for more information or answers to questions.
House Crew Member- There will be a house crew for each show that run ticket sales, audience entrance, and selling concessions at intermission at shows. This is not the same as last year where you sign up for one day, you must be able to attend all shows. For more information or questions, see Mr. Fisher.
|"Take the Stage, Leave a Legacy"
All that we do in a year!