Drama Club: Spring Semester
The Yorktown Drama Club is back, and is a little different 2nd semester!
Sponsor: Alani Kravitz
When Tuesday/Thursdays 4-6pm
Performance: Virtual Variety Show, late March
This Spring we will rehearse twice a week and produce a Virtual Showcase in March.. The show will be a combination of sketch theatre, scripted theatre, slam poetry, lip sync battles, songs, dance, juggle and more (!). We will begin as an ensemble, then split into various sections and then come together to record the show.
The Drama Club is open to everyone and there will be optional auditioning for selected material once we begin meeting. How will we do it? Find out by attending an information session on Tuesday, February 9th at 4pm on Zoom. We will be recording the show mid-late March so please join by early March to be in the show!
Where Do We Go From Here?
A look at what we have done so fare this school year and what is coming next!
Theater Arts at Yorktown
Yorktown High School’s award-winning Theatre Arts Program is one of the best in the country! Along with presentation and communication skills, the program’s unique approach focuses on important life skills like self-confidence and relationship building. Many Yorktown alumni will tell you that Yorktown Theatre “changed their lives.”
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Yorktown Theatre is lucky to be supported by a booster organization -- Theatre Arts Parents (TAP), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. TAP supports the theatre department’s mission and provides financial support and volunteers for every Yorktown Theatre production. As parents of a Theatre student, you are a member of TAP!
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By Jason Pizzarello
Date: May 27, 2021
Time: 7pm Zoom
When the town of Smorgasbord is forced to close the public school system and rely on a motley crew of parents to homeschool all the children, the parents are thrown for a loop. Realizing that none of them are remotely qualified to teach a full course load, the parents decide to divide and conquer the subjects, resulting in a lecture on eighteenth-century European society delivered by a clown, a drill sergeant baking pies in Home Economics, and a lady who's had way, way too much caffeine zooming through 200 years of US History. Don’t miss this hilarious one act play we can all relate to!