Production Information

2022 Fall Productions

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind
A fun, sometimes comedic and sometimes dramatic collection of 30 short plays that performers must perform in 60 minutes! The audience determines the order of the show. Performers will write and perform scenarios and the audience will sit on stage with the performers!

October 7-8, 2022
4 p.m. and 7 p.m. show times
$10 tickets - general admission

LHSTC BOX OFFICE
 

Bright Ideas
When couple Generva and Joshua decide their son Mac must attend the best pre-school around, competition turns fierce and the couple are driven to take extreme actions to assure their son's admission into "Bright Ideas."

November 10-12, 2022
7 p.m. show time
$8 students/seniors
$12 adults
General Admission
 


INFORMATION SHEET

AUDITION FORM 

CREW APPLICATION

CONTRACT

Dance Audition Video Link 1
Dance Audition Video Link 2
Dance Audition Video Link 3 (instructions)

Access callback sides (scripts) on the LHSTC Callboard

Anya Callback Song - Journey to the Past                                   Dimitry Callback Song - My Petersburg
Lily Callback Song - Land of Yesterday                                         Gleb Callback Song - The Neva Flows

SHOWS

LHS Theatre Company productions rely on a lot of students passionate about telling stories and a lot of parents excited and willing to support the student journey and voice in theatre! Productions involve anywhere from 25-250 students, depending on the size of the show, all involved in different capacities from house crew to cast, from concessions provider to stage management. There are opportunities for everyone in the LHS Theatre Company!

Are you a student interested in participating in a production? If so, please attend a Theatre Company Meeting on the first and third Tuesday of every moth to meet our directors and stage managers. Cast members are auditioned on designated days, and crews are assigned based on student interest. We participate in other, school-wide activities as well, including Trick or Treat Street and Homecoming! Join us at a meeting to find out how to get involved! Or check out information on our Get Involved page!

Are you a parent with a student already involved or interested in being involved? Keep track of LHS Theatre Company activities by checking events on the calendar page, or rehearsal requirements on the specific show page. Parent support is always welcome, and we rely on you to help manage our large productions. If you're interested in being a Drama Mama or Papa, please visit our Get Involved page to find out how!

In 2021/2022...
We know things continue to be uncertain. The LHSTC is committed to providing students with the best, most "normal" experience possible while adhering to safety requirements for all students and staff involved. The show must go on!

SPRING MUSICAL
Anastasia
A show for all ages, Anastasia is the musical imagining of the Russian legend of Princess Anastasia Romanov in the 1920s. Her family killed by Soviet soldiers, Anastasia is rumored to have survived and all of Russia is curious as to here whereabouts. When plucky Demitry and his friend Vlad Popov decide to pull a fast one on the Dowager Empress and return her missing granddaughter to her in Paris, Demitry and Vlad discover something more valuable than money, and orphaned Anya finds herself.  
Coming in March.


FALL PLAYS

Dead Man's Cell Phone
Geared for a mature, intimate audience of 70, Dead Man's Cell Phone follows the story of a woman who finds a cell phone on a dead stranger and builds a life around knowing him. A dark comedy, this play by Sarah Ruhl examines the question of our digital identities, and the powerful, sometimes frightening ways we use technology to shape our lives.
Coming in October.

Inherit the Wind
Considered a classic of the American Dramatic cannon, Inherit the Wind is the American small town drama that explores the question of progress and who has the right to speak it. Based on the Scopes Monkey Trial in Tennessee in the 1920s, the themes of this play by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E Lee are as timely and evocative today as they were when the play originally premiered on both film and stage in the 1960s.
Coming in November.

The Actor's Showcase, IB Theatre Collabs, Unified Theatre, and One Acts are all back!
Stay tuned for more information. 

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