Hello Drama Club Families,
We are busy working behind the scenes to get ready for The Bringham Review. Opening Night is just a little over 3 weeks away! We have some information to share regarding our Bake Sale, and a few updates on the show:
As always, thanks for your willingness to help. If you have any questions, please let us know!
Laurie & Bonnie
Attached you will find the Drama Club Newsletter for October/November.
* Deadline Extension for Program Ads (Friday, October 21)
* Election Day Bake Sale Information
* Lobby Help Needed for The Bringham Review Performances
* Host Home Needed for Cast Party
Also attached is the volunteer sign up sheet for The Bringham Review lobby shifts. Please review and email us at NHdramaparents@gmail.com with the shift(s) you would like to take.
As always, thank you for your willingness to help!
Laurie & Bonnie
Welcome Drama Club Parents! If you are receiving this email, it is because your child is involved with the 2016 Fall Play: The Bringham Review! If you hear of anyone that is not receiving these emails and they should be, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Fall Play will be held on November 17th, 18th & 19th.
We will be holding our first Drama Club meeting on Thursday, September 29 at 7 pm in the High School Choir Room (Enter the doors near the Auditorium, make a right, first left, then another left. Classroom will be on the right). It should only last about an hour. If your child is in the cast or crew, we ask that at least one parent attend the meeting. We will be discussing the annual bake sale, the Fall Play lobby volunteer needs, and other important information. Please contact us if you are unable to make the meeting but would still like to help out in any way!
Parent Overview --- An overview of the Drama Club is attached, it explains in detail how the Club works, important dates, etc. You may want to print and refer to it throughout the year.
Program Ads ---The deadline for placing your ad will be on October 14th, the form is attached to this email.
Bake Sale ---The bake sale will be held at the Middle School at the voting polls on Election Day, November 8th. Please volunteer your time and baking talents to the sale. We will need one parent there at all times with the students who will be volunteering, as well. You can sign up for a two hour shift at the meeting. A volunteer schedule will be sent out for anyone not able to make the meeting.
Fall Play Lobby Volunteers ---November 17th, 18th and 19th. We will be in need of volunteers for the flower table, cookie table, candy table and for ticket sales. A sign up sheet will be at the meeting and sent out via email as the performances get closer.
We are looking forward to a wonderful year with the Drama Club! See you at the meeting on Thursday, September 29!
Laurie Medfisch & Bonnie McCreary
Congratulations to the cast of The Bringham Review. The first rehearsal will take place on Friday, September 9, 2016 at 2:15 in the auditorium.
Auditions will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, September 7-8, 2016 from 2:15-4:30PM in the Choir Room. Those auditioning must read with a partner. Groups of 3 are also acceptable - one person in the group will read twice. Choose from one of the 3 scenes below according to the group you are planning to audition with.
The cast list will be posted Friday morning, and the first rehearsal for the cast will be from 2:15-3:30 that afternoon.
About The Bringham Review
North Hills High School Drama Club will present the first-ever performance of the comedy “The Bringham Review” on Nov. 17 to 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the North Hills High School auditorium. A special free senior citizen matinee will be held on Nov. 19 at 1:30 p.m. Written by North Hills alum Rob Speer and Kevin Richey, “The Bringham Review” tells the story of The Bringham Inn. The inn is well past its prime, but it remains home to some of the most interesting characters in town. When they get news that a reviewer is coming to write an article on their quaint hotel, they see an opportunity to fix all of their problems in one weekend. The only question—how do they hide the hotel’s, and their own, many flaws to get a good review? Will they get the review they’ve all been hoping to have, or will the reviewer see through their plots and schemes? Tickets for the evening productions are $6 for adults and $4 for students and senior citizens. Tickets can be purchased at the door for all performances. Senior citizens who reside in North Hills School District may attend the matinee for free on Nov. 19 at 1:30 p.m. by reserving a ticket. To reserve a senior citizen matinee ticket, contact North Hills School District Activities Coordinator Chelle Zimmerman at 412-318-1438 or email@example.com.