SUPERIORS / GOING
('09) & Rosie DeAngelo ('09)
motion, good timing, strong facial expressions and a well-developed
storyline earned Lauren and Rosie the Critics' Choice award in
Pantomime. They are also the only Pantomime act in two years to
earn a "Superior" in District 14.
social piece had clearly defined characters and was described as
"thorough, original and surprisingly informed while existing in its own
world." Lauren's play advances as a "District Representative"
meaning it does not count against our limited Performance or Tech IE
dialogue and believable story points made this bittersweet romance win
over the judges' hearts. Mark's play advances as a "District
Representative" meaning it does not count against our limited
Performance or Tech IE slot total.
('09) & Chanel Letourneau ('10)
"The Next Mrs. Jacob Anderson"
drama earned "straight superiors" from each of the three judges who
found strong character development, and declared it "a joy to watch."
('11) & Kasey Tanner ('11)
overdramatic comedy earned "straight superiors" from each of the three
judges, who loved Kasey and Garry's timing, energy, and teamwork.
American Dream" & "Ashes to Ashes"
"straight superiors" from each of the three judges with her wildly
contrasting monologues. They loved her character choices,
believability, and focus.
Design, "The Crucible"
attention to detail, concept, and organizational skills and strong
judges' praise earned her another shot at Publicity Design in tech
theater competition at States this year.
('09) & Karly Muzik ('09)
Karly were both very close to earning straight Superiors from the
judges, and every one of their criteria were marked on the "Strong" side
of their scoring sheets. The judges fell in love with Karly and
Bradley's on-stage chemistry and "great character, staging and blocking
from the start to the end."
EXCELLENT / GOING
Note : I am allowed to
pick one, and only one,
"Excellent" Tech event
to advance to States.
STATES / EXCELLENT
Construction, "The Crucible"
The judges had
only nice things to say about Lauren's costume concept, design, research
and presentation, while mentioning some easily changed seaming and an
attention to durability. Our own Elizabeth Proctor will get
another shot at building her costume at States this April.
We are only
allowed to send 5 Superiors in Performance, 3 in Tech, as well as any
declared District Representatives. These events earned the highest
possible overall score of "Superior" but were not chosen to advance to
States. To those of you who are not advancing, I am very,
very sorry. You are to be congratulated on your great work.
PS - I am very
frustrated that I can not send more Superiors to States; truly
you've all earned a shot at it.
('11), Sarah Hudak ('11),
Letourneau ('10) & Mark Vicciardo ('09)
"Phillip Glass Buys a Loaf of Bread"
('09) & Chrissy Bracken ('09)
"Secondary Characters" from "Title of Show"
"Victoria Martin, Math Queen" & "Down the Road"
Scene, "The Crucible"
('09) & Tori Musco ('10)
('10) & Tori Musco ('10)
"The Gingerbread Lady"
"Brighton Beach Memoirs" & "My Mother Said I Never Should"
('09), Bradley Morris ('09) & Karly Muzik ('09)
"Naomi in the Living Room"
"The Wizard & I" from "Wicked"
Karly Muzik ('09)
"My Party Dress" from "Henry and Mudge"
"Come to Your Senses" from "Tick Tick Boom!"