Welcome to The Loft Stage

The Loft Stage at East Ridge, a 938 seat state of the art facility, is home to East Ridge High School Band, Orchestra, Choir and Theater as well as the primary venue for Merrill Arts Center and many of our community's best fine arts events. If you have not yet visited the Loft, check out Medea, coming to the Loft Stage this January!
WELCOME TO THE LOFT STAGE

The Loft Stage at East Ridge, a 938 seat state of the art facility, is home to East Ridge High School Band, Orchestra, Choir and Theater
as well as the primary venue for the Merrill Arts Center and many of our community's best fine arts events. If you have not yet visited
the Loft, check out Medea, coming this January to The Loft Stage!

Dec 5th

2019

Medea Tech Info

Author By Administrator

For those that weren’t able to make the tech crew kick-off meeting, please find the presentation below. If you have questions after reviewing the presentation, please contact the technical director, Jimmy at jstocco@theloftstage.org.

Tech Crew Presentation

Please complete the following tech interest form so that we know what you are interested in doing. Performance crew positions will be announced by Monday, December 9th. Participation on a production crew does not require registration and is open to anyone who is interested.

Tech Crew Interest Form

Dec 3rd

2019

Medea Cast List

Author By Leah

THANK YOU to everyone who auditioned! You should all be proud of the courage and talent you brought to auditions this week. If you have any questions about your audition feel free to email Leah.

If you were not cast please do not be discouraged. Please keep auditioning, you are all MEGA talented. If you are interested in doing tech for this show, we will be having a tech meeting this Thursday(December 5th) in the choir room.

If you have been cast, congratulations. Our first rehearsal is tomorrow after school in the black box. Please bring the full script either printed or on a tablet (not your phone). Our parent meeting will be on December 7th in the black box.

 

Thank you again- Leah and Jeric

 

Medea Cast List

Medea – Meghan Horan

Nurse- Elizabeth Avery

Chorus 1- Olivia Voerster

Chorus 2- Ava Hattenberger

Chorus 3- Alexa Grace LaFontaine-Larson

Creon/Guard- Victoria Pommalath

Jason- Erik Haering

Messenger/ Guard- Emma Lily

Attendent/ Guard- Baylee Stevenson

Aegues/Guard- Anya Lu

 

Dec 2nd

2019

Medea Call backs

Author By Leah

Hello everyone, If you have received a callback please come to the black box tomorrow after school. Let me know if you have any questions! -Leah

Victoria P.
Baylee S.
Elizabeth A.
Meghan H.
Erik H.
Erik R.
Alex D.
Olivia V.
Emma L.
Ava C.
Anya Lu.
Ava H.
Megan M-H.
April O.

Nov 13th

2019

One Act Auditions – Medea

Author By Carlson

Auditions for our one act play will be held the first week in December in the black box theatre. Students should prepare a brief dramatic monologue for Monday’s audition. Tuesday’s callbacks will include sides from the actual show. The original adaptation can be found attached.

Prior to auditioning, all actors are expected to fill out the following audition form: https://forms.gle/ik8vKqQZMt2oDqVq5

Please email one act director Leah Jensen with any questions (ljensen@theloftstage.org)

Oct 1st

2019

Can I Bring My Kid to the Show?

Author By Carlson

Before any form of media is consumed, many parents ask themselves an important question: “is this movie/show/play child appropriate?”

While an inarguably important question, the subjectivity of the response is definitely debatable. Even with seemingly-objective measures like PG or PG-13 film ratings, there is still room for disagreement. For example, The Lego Movie is rated PG but so is Jaws. Would you show both films to your five-year-old? Deciding whether or not something is suitable for your child is a deeply personal decision, one that we would never want to coerce one way or another. That said, there are certain aspects about our fall production, The Drowsy Chaperone, that are more mature in nature. For example, there are overt romantic situations but the comedic tone spins these encounters as more silly than sexual. There is no foul language but there are references to alcohol and mild innuendo – both of which will likely go over the heads of younger audiences. By and large, Drowsy is an upbeat comedy that will keep audiences of all ages engaged and entertained. If you have any specific questions about content, feel free to email director Kajsa Jones (kjones@theloftstage.org).

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