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Tahoma Drama Club 2013-2014. Introductions Director:Earlene DeLeon Assistant Directors:Carrie Bowers Sheilla Hagedorn Costumer:Sheilla Hagedorn Director/Program.

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1 Tahoma Drama Club

2 Introductions Director:Earlene DeLeon Assistant Directors:Carrie Bowers Sheilla Hagedorn Costumer:Sheilla Hagedorn Director/Program Manager: Earlene DeLeon Producer: Carrie Sleeper-Bowers Choreographer & Costume Designer: Sheilla Hagedorn Set Designer: Bill Hagedorn

3 What students Get out of Drama Gain acting experience/learn about productions Gain acting experience/learn about productions Build confidence Build confidence Develop strong social relationships Develop strong social relationships Studies show students who are engaged in after school activities succeed better in school Studies show students who are engaged in after school activities succeed better in school The Arts build on other foundational skills and are critical to helping our children learn about their world in a broader context, creatively express themselves as individuals and live healthier and more productive lives. The Arts build on other foundational skills and are critical to helping our children learn about their world in a broader context, creatively express themselves as individuals and live healthier and more productive lives.

4 Student Responsibility Maintain a 2.5 GPA Maintain a 2.5 GPA Pay fees – ASB, Participation Fees Pay fees – ASB, Participation Fees Sign Performance Contract (And, live by it!) Sign Performance Contract (And, live by it!) Abide by all school rules at all times Abide by all school rules at all times Attend rehearsals and performances Attend rehearsals and performances Obtain the required clothing and make-up Obtain the required clothing and make-up Purchase all required costume/shoes/makeup Purchase all required costume/shoes/makeup Purchase a 1 inch 3-ring binder to hold script and music Purchase a 1 inch 3-ring binder to hold script and music

5 Parent Responsibility Help your child meet his/her commitment by bringing and picking up your child on time Help your child meet his/her commitment by bringing and picking up your child on time Active participation with the production Active participation with the production Building/painting sets/striking set Building/painting sets/striking set Production items (posters, tickets sales, concessions, flower sales, etc.) Production items (posters, tickets sales, concessions, flower sales, etc.) Community resources and donations Community resources and donations Supervision during rehearsals and performances Supervision during rehearsals and performances Check web site daily for updated information and schedules Check web site daily for updated information and schedules Join Parent Booster Club to be more involved Join Parent Booster Club to be more involved

6 Production Crew Responsibilities Meet our commitments, including releasing students on time after rehearsals ( Dress Rehearsals will run longer than standard rehearsals.) Meet our commitments, including releasing students on time after rehearsals ( Dress Rehearsals will run longer than standard rehearsals.) Maintain a professional demeanor around students and families Maintain a professional demeanor around students and families Communicate regularly with parents/families Communicate regularly with parents/families

7 Auditions Auditions for the A Christmas Carol is September 17. Auditions for Disneys Beauty and the Beast are the first week in December (TBA) Students will be notified by phone or if they are needed for a call back for B & B. Sign up for Auditions at Sign up for Auditions at Bring the following to auditions: Green Clearance Card Green Clearance Card

8 Auditions Continued Process to get Green Clearance Card Process to get Green Clearance Card Pay ASB Fee either to Cashier or online Pay ASB Fee either to Cashier or online Pay Participation Fee either to Cashier or online ($50 8 th Grade/$75 9 th Grade) Pay Participation Fee either to Cashier or online ($50 8 th Grade/$75 9 th Grade) Give Signed Contract to Cashier Give Signed Contract to Cashier Bring Green Clearance Card to auditions Bring Green Clearance Card to auditions

9 Auditions Continued Sign up for auditions at our website: Come to auditions after school on September 17. Auditions are from 2:30- 6:00. Parts will be posted on the website by Friday September 20. Rehearsals begin on Monday September 23 at 2:30.

10 Rehearsals and Performances Rehearsals start Monday, September 23. Rehearsals start Monday, September 23. Tech Rehearsals start Monday October 28 (5:30-8:30 pm) Tech Rehearsals start Monday October 28 (5:30-8:30 pm) Dress Rehearsals start Monday November 4 and run through Thursday November 7 (expect longer rehearsals) Dress Rehearsals start Monday November 4 and run through Thursday November 7 (expect longer rehearsals) Performance Dates: November 8, 9, 15, 16 Performance Dates: November 8, 9, 15, 16 Evening Shows: 7:00 pm Sat. Matinees: 2:00/3:00 pm Evening Shows: 7:00 pm Sat. Matinees: 2:00/3:00 pm Call time for performances will be 2 hours prior to performances (5:00 pm for evening shows, 12:00 pm for daytime shows) Call time for performances will be 2 hours prior to performances (5:00 pm for evening shows, 12:00 pm for daytime shows)

11 Other Important Details Students will need to provide a biography in October; look for the form on the website Students will need to provide a biography in October; look for the form on the website Head shots will be taken of each cast member Head shots will be taken of each cast member We are planning to create a memory DVD We are planning to create a memory DVD A cast picture will be taken A cast picture will be taken Each student will receive T-shirts for the show – we will need sizes from each student on forms you receive tonight Each student will receive T-shirts for the show – we will need sizes from each student on forms you receive tonight Cast party will be scheduled a few weeks after the show Cast party will be scheduled a few weeks after the show

12 For Christmas Carol Auditions Come prepared with a one minute monologue to perform in front of the directors Come prepared with a one minute monologue to perform in front of the directors Read from the script with other students Read from the script with other students

13 Website Information (Drama Club) (Drama Club) (Boosters) (Boosters) lub/index.php?section=announcements (Swift) lub/index.php?section=announcements (Swift)

14 Important Contact Information Website:www.mvdramaclub.org Earlene De Leon: (TJH) (stage at TMS) Carrie Sleeper-Bowers: Sheilla Hagedorn: Tahoma Middle School: Cedar River Middle School: Tahoma Jr. High School:

15 Beauty and the Beast Info Information about auditions will be posted closer to December Rehearsals start in January and run through March. We rehearse Mon-Thurs 3:00- 5:30. The last 2 weeks of our rehearsals will move to evenings and then run 5:30- 8:30.

16 Beauty and the Beast info Student participation fees are: 6 th grade $ th /8 th grade $ th grade $75.00

17 Beauty and the Beast Info First and Second nights– Monologue auditions: Students will come prepared with a one- minute memorized monologue. They will perform individually in front of Mrs. DeLeon and other production adults as well as the group of students they are auditioning with. They are expected to show emotional intent and act out the monologue. This will be their quick chance to show the director what they can do as actors.

18 Beauty and the Beast Info Third Night– Music Auditions: Students will be scheduled to come in during the evening for a specified amount of time. Students should be familiar with the music that will be posted online from the show. They are allowed to use their music. Students will sing in small groups, and then they will be singled out of the group to sing alone for parts of the song.

19 Beauty and the Beast Info Fourth Night– Dance Auditions: Again, students will be scheduled to come in during the evening for a specified amount of time. In a small group, they will be taught some basic dance steps by the choreographer and then perform for the choreographer and director. We are looking for ability to keep rhythm, follow directions and stay together with the other students. Students will not be cut necessarily if they have had little training in this area. Those with the strongest skills will have first consideration for parts that require more dancing.

20 Beauty and the Beast Info – Call Backs: We will call back students who we would like to hear more from as we narrow down our choices For the Play: We will put in as many students as we possibly can. If we go over 100 students who are auditioning, we will be forced to cut kids. We havent done that for several years, so hopefully we wont have to.

21 Fundraisers Car Wash Coupons EARN $5.50 PROFIT! Your cost is $2.50, suggested selling price is $8 -- That's a 69% Profit. If 20 participants sell 24 tickets each, at a profit of $5.50 per ticket your group earns $2,640.00!

22 Fundraisers Magical Night of Giving – Outlet Collection (formerly Auburn Supermall) November 17 6:30-10:30 Tickets $5 each

23 Fundraisers Cartridge Collection We have an ongoing collection of used printer cartridges. We send into a company to receive money.

24 Boxtops for Education Can collect boxtops (then would need a coordinator to do this) Can use the site to go to other online stores to make purchases and gain points

25 Fundraisers Kohls Associates in Action We get 3 Kohls employees to help with our event and we make $500 To qualify for an Associates in Action $500 grant: A minimum of five Kohl's Associates from one Kohls location must volunteer for a minimum of three consecutive hours in one day The activity must benefit a qualifying youth-serving, ages birth to 18 years, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (or breast cancer-focused 501(c)(3) nonprofits in Wisconsin) Funds must be used to directly support youth, ages birth to 18 years, community-wide


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