In this Tony-award-winning musical farce, the unnamed protagonist (man in a chair) seeks solace from his blues by tuning in to his favorite, albeit fictional, musical, The Drowsy Chaperone. As his record playing fills his lonely apartment, so too does the musical itself! A show within a show, the story deals with love, mistaken identity, gangsters posing as pastry chefs, all wrapped up in a satirical bow. You won't want to miss this jazzy and hilarious show!
Join LoftPAC, our student drama club, for our very first Play-in-a-Day Festival this Saturday, December 16th at 7:00PM in the Loft Stage! Students will have 24 hours to write, direct, rehearse, and perform a series of one act plays. Can it be done? Come and find out! Admission is free will donation.
We hope to see you there!
One-Act Tech Crew
Thank you to everyone that expressed interest in being part of the performance tech crew for the one-act. As there are a limited number of slots and we need to complete registration by Friday, please find the list of crew members below.
Alli Colberg – Stage Manager / Student Director
Anna Clatanoff – Deck Captain
Liv Meinders – Props Mistress
Jared Doran – Sound Crew
April O’Meara – Lighting Crew
Kate Cristensen – Stage Crew
Sidney Green – Stage Crew
Alya Alderazi – Stage Crew
Please remember that all performance crew members (minus Alli) must put in at least 20 hours in to set/props construction.
Congratulations to the Cast, Crew and Orchestra of Joseph
Once again, I want to congratulate you all on your hard work and dedication to our production. Keep in mind that all artistic feedback is subjective and there are many factors that contribute. I hope you’ll use this as an opportunity to both feel encouraged and find the areas where you can continue to grow as young artists! Please meet in the choir room following the LoftPAC meeting tomorrow (Friday) to go over our feedback together.
I’m available for any and all questions and continue to be as proud of you as ever.
2017-18 Spotlight Education Honors for
East Ridge High School’s production of
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
|Achievement in Musical Theatre
|Vocal Performance by an Ensemble
|Overall Technical Team
|Light & Sound Board Operators
|Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role
McCrossen Schiller as Potiphar
Ethan Williams as Simeon
|Honorable Mention for Performance in a Leading Role
Kat Grannis as Narrator
Abby Feuer as Narrator
Tony May as Joseph
|Honorable Mention for a Performance in a Supporting Role
Jack Johnson as Pharoah
Adam Ryerse as Reuben
|Outstanding in Technical Leadership
Sophie Pfluger as Set Designer
Jared Doran as Stage Manager