Ms. Katie Wilson

Email:
kwilson@cathedralcatholic.org

Telephone:
(858) 523-4000 x1216

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Advanced Drama 3-4

Advanced Drama 3-4

Course 1713-1714  

2015-2016

iTunes U Course Enroll Code:  FYL-KBN-CDB

 

And, for regular information on our extra-curricular programming:

CCHS DRAMA iTunes U Course Enroll Code: ETH-CPW-AFA

 

Instructor: Miss Katie Wilson

Voicemail: 858-523-4000 ext. 1216  Email: kwilson@cathedralcatholic.org

Office Hours:

Monday-Friday 7:30-8:00am

Tuesdays 2:30-3:00pm

And by Appointment

 

 

"I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being." - Oscar Wilde

 

Prerequisite:  A grade of "B" in both semesters of Dramatic Arts or Approval of Instructor

 

Course Description:

This is a "pre-professional" training class for students interested in an in-depth study of acting, development of an acting technique, and establishment of fundamental scene study skills.  Students will explore the entire journey of working on a script from the first reading to the presentation of work before a live audience.  Students will experience the teaching and techniques of Stanislavski, Strasberg, Meisner, Chekhov and Morrison form the basis of our work, as well as a series of specially designed exercises to increase the actor's expressiveness and technical range.

 

Text: 

Theatre:  Art In Action (Text set in classroom, may be checked out)

 

Apps:

Garage Band

I Tunes

Musicnotes

Scene Partner

 

Grading Policy: (Points possible for each regular activity or assignment)

Homework                                                                                    10-50 points

Warm-Up/Improv Activity                                                            10-50 points           

In Class Solo/Small Group Presentation                                    50 points

Class Show Dance/Music Rehearsal                                    50 points

Weekly Participation Grade                                                            100 points                       

Chapter Quizzes/Proficiencies                                                50 points                             

Written Final Exam                                                                        300 points

Final Class Presentation                                                            400 points

Final Portfolio                                                                            400 points

 

Plus required show attendance:

Participation in School Productions (Either in cast or crew, or usher)

15 theatrical reviews (Must attend and review 15 shows or concerts)

Required Materials:

Charged Ipad, earbuds, charger

Lined paper/Pens/Pencils

3-ring binder with following sections:  vocabulary, notes/handouts, music, monologues/scene work, evaluations

Registration on www.cchsdrama.blogspot.com

Optional:  Like CCHS DRAMA on Facebook and join Advanced Drama 2011-2012 Group on Facebook

 

VPA Dept. Responsible Use Policy for Technology

 

  • Student uses iPad in a responsible, ethical, and legal manner at all times and for educational purposes only.

 

  • Instructor is not responsible to any and all liability, e.g. loss or damages that may occur in the VPA classroom

 

  • Student is responsible to bring the iPad to class every day with sufficient battery life to last throughout class assignments.

 

  • Student is strictly prohibited to use iPad material containing inappropriate contend, offensive language, derogatory rumors/gossip, or other content not in keeping with CCHS mission or philosophy.

 

  • Student may not use the iPad as a Face Time, video camera, still camera, audio recording unless permitted by instructor.

 

  • Instructor may inspect and if necessary, confiscate any student’s iPad and/or require the student to delete inappropriate apps or materials.

 

  • For students individual works, internet materials may not be copied or reproduced unless the actual content is altered considerably (e.g. change of color or medium is not considered an alteration) and the initial intent is changed to reflect the student’s own voice.

 

Grading Scale:

A+100-98                        A  97-83                        A-  92-90

B+89-87                        B  86-83                        B-  82-80

C+79-77                        C  76-73                        C-  72-70

D+69-67                        D  66-63                        D-  62-60

F   59 and below

  Key Assignments

Classical Dramatic/Comedic Monologues

Contemporary Dramatic/Comedic Monologues

Musical Theater Audition Pieces (5 minimum)

Audition Portfolio

Advanced Class Musical/Advanced Class Drama

Fall School Drama (Minimum participation as usher)

Spring School Musical (Minimum participation as usher)

Young Playwrights’ Festival: Play submission/

Attendance of theatrical works/written theater reviews: 15

 

Late Policy / Absence Policy:

Late work may be accepted on a case by case basis.

 

Plagiarism:

Plagiarism includes copying another student’s homework, paraphrasing another’s work without acknowledgment, patching together a paper or speech (even a paragraph) using different sources without proper acknowledgement, or using someone else’s idea or information that is not public domain. All citations of sources for this class will use MLA format. Any assignment containing plagiarism will receive a zero, parents will be contacted, and student will receive a disciplinary referral.

 

Expectations:

Please refer to the classroom rules I have attached for my expectations of you!  I expect you to be kind, respectful, and supportive of all present in the classroom.  I expect all school rules to be followed in the classroom (dress code, attendance, tardies, proper language, etc.).  If these expectations are not met, expect consequences commensurate with the infraction.

 

“Acting is half shame, half glory. Shame at exhibiting yourself, glory when you can forget yourself.” - John Gielgud

 

The ESLRs in Action:

The Drama Classroom is a truly unique environment in which ALL of our Expected School-wide Learning Results are in action EVERY DAY!  Because of its collaborative nature, the CCHS Dramatic Arts Classroom allows the students to apply acts of Christian love and charity as they work together towards a common goal.  Communication in the written and spoken word takes place EVERY DAY.  This class requires students to work cooperatively and demonstrate self-direction.  This is a safe environment, where risk-taking is encouraged, respect of each other and our uniqueness is expected, and every good effort is honored.

 

Cathedral Catholic Expected School-wide Learning Results

Cathedral Catholic High School Students are:

 

People of Faith who:

1.1 Identify and explain the teachings of Jesus Christ and the practices of the Church.

1.2 Interpret and practice the Catholic values of charity and good works.

1.3 Express and apply the Church’s social justice tradition.

1.4 Contribute to a school environment that fosters love, compassion and peace.

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, students will have been exposed to the transformative power of theater, through the reading and performance of  theatrical works, and participated in and performed pieces aligned with the church’s tradition of social justice.

 

Skilled Lifelong Learners who:

2.1 Apply knowledge, skills, and intellectual curiosity in the pursuit of higher learning.

2.2 Communicate effectively through the written and spoken word.

2.3 Apply and analyze the tools of technology ethically.

2.4 Solve problems individually and collaboratively.

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, students will have collaborated daily on a variety of projects (see key assignments list), as well as collaborated daily on dramatic exercises.  They will employ a variety of technical tools, including sound and lighting equipment, computers, theatrical programs and applications, ipads, and ipods.

 

People of Character who:

3.1 Demonstrate respect for themselves and others.

3.2 Recognize and value diverse people and cultures.

3.3 Work cooperatively toward a common goal.

3.4 Differentiate between moral choices that have positive and negative consequences for themselves, their families, and the community.

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, students will have put each of the above expected school-wide learning results to practice, daily demonstrating respect and collaboration, valuing diversity, and working cooperatively on their class performance and technical theater projects. 

 

Responsible Individuals who:

4.1 Demonstrate independence and self-direction as learners.

4.2 Provide service to their community.

4.3 Develop healthy relationships and promote a healthy lifestyle.

4.4 Apply academic knowledge as productive citizens in a 21st Century global society

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE , students will have demonstrated the above ESLR’s by compiling their own performance portfolio, shared performances with fellow students on campus and the community at large, shared in positive relationships with collaborating students, and applied the tools of technology to their key assignments.

 

Student and Parent Signatures:

 

I have read and understood the requirements and expectations for this drama class:

 

____________________________________ (student signature)

 

 

I have read and understood the requirements and expectations for this drama class:

 

____________________________________ (parent  signature)

 

 

"Acting is a spiritual quest to touch human beings." - Larry Moss

 

"Without wonder and insight, acting is just a trade. With it, it becomes creation." - Bette Davis

Advanced Drama 5-6

Advanced Drama 5-6

Course #1717-1718

2015-2016

iTunes U Course Enroll Code:  FYL-KBN-CDB

 

And, for regular information on our extra-curricular programming:

CCHS DRAMA iTunes U Course Enroll Code: ETH-CPW-AFA

 

Instructor: Miss Katie Wilson

Voicemail: 858-523-4000 ext. 1216  Email: kwilson@cathedralcatholic.org

Office Hours:

Monday-Friday 7:30-8:00am

Tuesdays 2:30-3:00pm

Office Hours:

Monday-Friday 7:30-8:00am

Tuesdays 2:30-3:00pm

And by Appointment

 

 

 

"I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being." - Oscar Wilde

 

Prerequisite:  A grade of "B" in both semesters of Dramatic Arts or Approval of Instructor

 

Course Description:

THE SECOND YEAR OF a "pre-professional" training class for students interested in an in-depth study of acting, development of an acting technique, and establishment of fundamental scene study skills.  Students will explore the entire journey of working on a script from the first reading to the presentation of work before a live audience.  Students will experience the teaching and techniques of Stanislavski, Strasberg, Meisner, Chekhov and Morrison form the basis of our work, as well as a series of specially designed exercises to increase the actor's expressiveness and technical range.  YEAR 2 ADVANCED DRAMA STUDENTS will have additional positions of leadership within the class, as well as additional assignment requirements.

 

Text: 

Theatre:  Art In Action (Text set in classroom, may be checked out)

 

Apps:

Garage Band

I Tunes

Musicnotes

Scene Partner

 

Grading Policy: (Points possible for each regular activity or assignment)

Homework                                                                                    10-50 points

Warm-Up/Improv Activity                                                            10-50 points           

In Class Solo/Small Group Presentation                                    50 points

Class Show Dance/Music Rehearsal                                    50 points

Weekly Participation Grade                                                            100 points                       

Chapter Quizzes/Proficiencies                                                50 points                             

Written Final Exam                                                                        300 points

Final Class Presentation                                                            400 points

Final Portfolio                                                                            400 points

 

Plus required show attendance:

Participation in School Productions (Either in cast or crew, or usher)

15 theatrical reviews (Must attend and review 15 shows or concerts)

Required Materials:

Charged Ipad, earbuds, charger

Lined paper/Pens/Pencils

3-ring binder with following sections:  vocabulary, notes/handouts, music, monologues/scene work, evaluations

Registration on www.cchsdrama.blogspot.com

Optional:  Like CCHS DRAMA on Facebook and join Advanced Drama 2011-2012 Group on Facebook

 

VPA Dept. Responsible Use Policy for Technology

 

  • Student uses iPad in a responsible, ethical, and legal manner at all times and for educational purposes only.

 

  • Instructor is not responsible to any and all liability, e.g. loss or damages that may occur in the VPA classroom

 

  • Student is responsible to bring the iPad to class every day with sufficient battery life to last throughout class assignments.

 

  • Student is strictly prohibited to use iPad material containing inappropriate contend, offensive language, derogatory rumors/gossip, or other content not in keeping with CCHS mission or philosophy.

 

  • Student may not use the iPad as a Face Time, video camera, still camera, audio recording unless permitted by instructor.

 

  • Instructor may inspect and if necessary, confiscate any student’s iPad and/or require the student to delete inappropriate apps or materials.

 

  • For students individual works, internet materials may not be copied or reproduced unless the actual content is altered considerably (e.g. change of color or medium is not considered an alteration) and the initial intent is changed to reflect the student’s own voice.

 

Grading Scale:

A+100-98                        A  97-83                        A-  92-90

B+89-87                        B  86-83                        B-  82-80

C+79-77                        C  76-73                        C-  72-70

D+69-67                        D  66-63                        D-  62-60

F   59 and below

  Key Assignments

Classical Dramatic/Comedic Monologues

Contemporary Dramatic/Comedic Monologues

Musical Theater Audition Pieces (5 minimum)

Audition Portfolio

Advanced Class Musical/Advanced Class Drama

Fall School Drama (Minimum participation as usher)

Spring School Musical (Minimum participation as usher)

Young Playwrights’ Festival: Play submission/

Attendance of theatrical works/written theater reviews: 15

DIRECTION PROJECT

CHOREOGRAPHY PROJECT

STAGE MANAGER HANDBOOK

PLAYWRITING PROJECT

 

Late Policy / Absence Policy:

Late work may be accepted on a case by case basis.

 

Plagiarism:

Plagiarism includes copying another student’s homework, paraphrasing another’s work without acknowledgment, patching together a paper or speech (even a paragraph) using different sources without proper acknowledgement, or using someone else’s idea or information that is not public domain. All citations of sources for this class will use MLA format. Any assignment containing plagiarism will receive a zero, parents will be contacted, and student will receive a disciplinary referral.

 

Expectations:

Please refer to the classroom rules I have attached for my expectations of you!  I expect you to be kind, respectful, and supportive of all present in the classroom.  I expect all school rules to be followed in the classroom (dress code, attendance, tardies, proper language, etc.).  If these expectations are not met, expect consequences commensurate with the infraction.

 

“Acting is half shame, half glory. Shame at exhibiting yourself, glory when you can forget yourself.” - John Gielgud

 

The ESLRs in Action:

The Drama Classroom is a truly unique environment in which ALL of our Expected School-wide Learning Results are in action EVERY DAY!  Because of its collaborative nature, the CCHS Dramatic Arts Classroom allows the students to apply acts of Christian love and charity as they work together towards a common goal.  Communication in the written and spoken word takes place EVERY DAY.  This class requires students to work cooperatively and demonstrate self-direction.  This is a safe environment, where risk-taking is encouraged, respect of each other and our uniqueness is expected, and every good effort is honored.

 

Cathedral Catholic Expected School-wide Learning Results

Cathedral Catholic High School Students are:

 

People of Faith who:

1.1 Identify and explain the teachings of Jesus Christ and the practices of the Church.

1.2 Interpret and practice the Catholic values of charity and good works.

1.3 Express and apply the Church’s social justice tradition.

1.4 Contribute to a school environment that fosters love, compassion and peace.

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, students will have been exposed to the transformative power of theater, through the reading and performance of  theatrical works, and participated in and performed pieces aligned with the church’s tradition of social justice.

 

Skilled Lifelong Learners who:

2.1 Apply knowledge, skills, and intellectual curiosity in the pursuit of higher learning.

2.2 Communicate effectively through the written and spoken word.

2.3 Apply and analyze the tools of technology ethically.

2.4 Solve problems individually and collaboratively.

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, students will have collaborated daily on a variety of projects (see key assignments list), as well as collaborated daily on dramatic exercises.  They will employ a variety of technical tools, including sound and lighting equipment, computers, theatrical programs and applications, ipads, and ipods.

 

People of Character who:

3.1 Demonstrate respect for themselves and others.

3.2 Recognize and value diverse people and cultures.

3.3 Work cooperatively toward a common goal.

3.4 Differentiate between moral choices that have positive and negative consequences for themselves, their families, and the community.

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, students will have put each of the above expected school-wide learning results to practice, daily demonstrating respect and collaboration, valuing diversity, and working cooperatively on their class performance and technical theater projects. 

 

Responsible Individuals who:

4.1 Demonstrate independence and self-direction as learners.

4.2 Provide service to their community.

4.3 Develop healthy relationships and promote a healthy lifestyle.

4.4 Apply academic knowledge as productive citizens in a 21st Century global society

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE , students will have demonstrated the above ESLR’s by compiling their own performance portfolio, shared performances with fellow students on campus and the community at large, shared in positive relationships with collaborating students, and applied the tools of technology to their key assignments.

 

Student and Parent Signatures:

 

I have read and understood the requirements and expectations for this drama class:

 

____________________________________ (student signature)

 

 

I have read and understood the requirements and expectations for this drama class:

 

____________________________________ (parent  signature)

 

 

"Acting is a spiritual quest to touch human beings." - Larry Moss

 

"Without wonder and insight, acting is just a trade. With it, it becomes creation." - Bette Davis

After School Drama

Drama 1-2

Dramatic Arts 1-2:  Acting and Stagecraft                        

Course 1711-1712  

2015-2016

 

iTunes U Course Enroll Code:  FLT-CMP-WEH

 

And, for regular information on our extra-curricular programming:

CCHS DRAMA iTunes U Course Enroll Code: ETH-CPW-AFA

 

Instructor: Miss Katie Wilson

Room:  GC 6

Voicemail: 858-523-4000 ext. 1216  Email: kwilson@cathedralcatholic.org

Office Hours:

Monday-Friday 7:30-8:00am

Tuesdays 2:30-3:00pm

And by Appointment

 

 

"I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being." - Oscar Wilde

 

Course Description:

Students will study acting, directing, costume, lighting, make-up, hair, and set design from the ancient Greek drama to present day. Play reading and rehearsal will be supplemented by viewing actual play scripts that have been developed into feature films. Students will study acting styles ranging from serious drama to comedy. Students will direct fellow classmates in traditional genre. Students will have the opportunity to participate in interscholastic drama competitions and explore practical applications in the field of theatrical arts, such as marketing, stage management, and technical direction.

 

Text: 

Theatre:  Art In Action (Text set in classroom, may be checked out)

 

Optional Text:

All in the Timing: Fourteen Plays (Available as Google eBook and as a standard text)

Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

 

Apps:

Garage Band

Google Drive

Notability

I Tunes

Musicnotes

Scene Partner

 

Required Materials:

Charged Ipad, earbuds, charger

Lined paper/Pens/Pencils

Journal (in the form of a Composition Notebook)

3-ring binder with following sections:  vocabulary, notes/handouts, music, monologues/scene work, evaluations

Optional:  Like CCHS DRAMA on Facebook

 

VPA Dept. Responsible Use Policy for Technology

 

·      Student uses iPad in a responsible, ethical, and legal manner at all times and for educational purposes only.

 

·      Instructor is not responsible to any and all liability, e.g. loss or damages that may occur in the VPA classroom

 

·      Student is responsible to bring the iPad to class every day with sufficient battery life to last throughout class assignments.

 

·      Student is strictly prohibited to use iPad material containing inappropriate contend, offensive language, derogatory rumors/gossip, or other content not in keeping with CCHS mission or philosophy.

 

·      Student may not use the iPad as a Face Time, video camera, still camera, audio recording unless permitted by instructor.

 

·      Instructor may inspect and if necessary, confiscate any student’s iPad and/or require the student to delete inappropriate apps or materials.

 

·      For students individual works, internet materials may not be copied or reproduced unless the actual content is altered considerably (e.g. change of color or medium is not considered an alteration) and the initial intent is changed to reflect the student’s own voice.

 

Grading Policy: (Percentage out of total grade)

Scene Study/Class Participation                                                50%

Chapter Quizzes                                                                              10%

Homework                                                                                      10%

Auditions/Final One Act                                                            20%

Final                                                                                                10%

 

Grading Policy: (Points possible for each regular activity or assignment)

Homework                                                                                    10-50 points

Warm-Up/Improv Activity                                                            10-50 points           

In Class Solo/Small Group Presentation                                    50 points

Weekly Participation Grade                                                            100 points                       

Chapter Quizzes/Proficiencies                                                50 points                             

Written Final Exam                                                                        300 points

Final Class Presentation                                                            400 points

 

Grading Scale:

A+100-98                        A  97-83                        A-  92-90

B+89-87                        B  86-83                        B-  82-80

C+79-77                        C  76-73                        C-  72-70

D+69-67                        D  66-63                        D-  62-60

F   59 and below

 

Key Assignments

Classical Dramatic/Comedic Monologues

Contemporary Dramatic/Comedic Monologue

Musical Theater Audition Pieces (2)

Fall School Drama (Minimum participation as usher)

Spring School Musical (Minimum participation as usher)

Original Short Play

Spring Group Assignment—One Act

Set Design Project

Make-Up Design Project

Costume Design Project

Attendance of theatrical works/written theater reviews: 5 minimum

 

Late Policy / Absence Policy:

Late work will be accepted on a case by case basis.

 

Plagiarism:

Plagiarism includes copying another student’s homework, paraphrasing another’s work without acknowledgment, patching together a paper or speech (even a paragraph) using different sources without proper acknowledgement, or using someone else’s idea or information that is not public domain. All citations of sources for this class will use MLA format. Any assignment containing plagiarism will receive a zero, parents will be contacted, and student will receive a disciplinary referral.

Expectations:

Please refer to the classroom rules I have attached for my expectations of you!  I expect you to be kind, respectful, and supportive of all present in the classroom.  I expect all school rules to be followed in the classroom (dress code, attendance, tardies, proper language, etc.).  If these expectations are not met, expect consequences commensurate with the infraction.

 

“Acting is half shame, half glory. Shame at exhibiting yourself, glory when you can forget yourself.” - John Gielgud

 

The ESLRs in Action:

The Drama Classroom is a truly unique environment in which ALL of our Expected School-wide Learning Results are in action EVERY DAY!  Because of its collaborative nature, the CCHS Dramatic Arts Classroom allows the students to apply acts of Christian love and charity as they work together towards a common goal.  Communication in the written and spoken word takes place EVERY DAY.  This class requires students to work cooperatively and demonstrate self-direction.  This is a safe environment, where risk-taking is encouraged, respect of each other and our uniqueness is expected, and every good effort is honored.

 

Cathedral Catholic Expected School-wide Learning Results

Cathedral Catholic High School Students are:

 

People of Faith who:

1.1 Identify and explain the teachings of Jesus Christ and the practices of the Church.

1.2 Interpret and practice the Catholic values of charity and good works.

1.3 Express and apply the Church’s social justice tradition.

1.4 Contribute to a school environment that fosters love, compassion and peace.

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, students will have been exposed to the transformative power of theater, through the reading and performance of  theatrical works, and participated in and performed pieces aligned with the church’s tradition of social justice.

 

Skilled Lifelong Learners who:

2.1 Apply knowledge, skills, and intellectual curiosity in the pursuit of higher learning.

2.2 Communicate effectively through the written and spoken word.

2.3 Apply and analyze the tools of technology ethically.

2.4 Solve problems individually and collaboratively.

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, students will have collaborated daily on a variety of projects (see key assignments list), as well as collaborated daily on dramatic exercises.  They will employ a variety of technical tools, including sound and lighting equipment, computers, theatrical programs and applications, ipads, and ipods.

 

People of Character who:

3.1 Demonstrate respect for themselves and others.

3.2 Recognize and value diverse people and cultures.

3.3 Work cooperatively toward a common goal.

3.4 Differentiate between moral choices that have positive and negative consequences for themselves, their families, and the community.

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE, students will have put each of the above expected school-wide learning results to practice, daily demonstrating respect and collaboration, valuing diversity, and working cooperatively on their class performance and technical theater projects. 

 

Responsible Individuals who:

4.1 Demonstrate independence and self-direction as learners.

4.2 Provide service to their community.

4.3 Develop healthy relationships and promote a healthy lifestyle.

4.4 Apply academic knowledge as productive citizens in a 21st Century global society

 

UPON COMPLETION OF THIS COURSE , students will have demonstrated the above ESLR’s by compiling their own performance portfolio, shared performances with fellow students on campus and the community at large, shared in positive relationships with collaborating students, and applied the tools of technology to their key assignments.

 

 

 

 

"Acting is a spiritual quest to touch human beings." - Larry Moss

 

 

"Without wonder and insight, acting is just a trade. With it, it becomes creation." - Bette Davis

 

Thank you to EVERYONE who auditioned this week! At this point, this is who we need to see next week to sing and read for the following roles. After dance auditions on Monday and Tuesday, and make-up auditions on Monday and Tuesday, we may add to this list. EVERYONE WHO WANTS TO BE CAST IN THE SHOW MUST ATTEND ONE OF THE TWO DANCE CALLS ON MONDAY OR TUESDAY.

Callback information and exact appointment times will be emailed and published tomorrow.

Again….we are so overwhelmed by your talent! This will be a great show!

BYE BYE BIRDIE CALLBACKS

Albert Peterson:
Henry Pedersen
Zach Horan
Nick Garcia
Parker Hume
Jack Freim

Rosie Alvarez:
Julia Way
Jenna Viana
Alexa Vadnais
Makena Diehl
Emily Smedley

Kim MacAfee:
Natalie Hynes
Emily Smedley
Jenna Viana
Ava Montali
Bridget Marmion
Janey Mezzino

Mrs. Doris MacAfee:
Delaney Grazier
Cassie O’Hara
Nicole Shanks
Maddie Aldecoa
Oliviah Sims
Alyssa Connolly
Arcelita Martin
Sophie Slayter
Alexa Vadnais

Mr. Harry MacAfee:
Henry Pedersen
Liam Brady
Owen Duvall
Jack Freim
Nicholas Blischack

Randolph MacAfee:
Alex Jones
Dane Scott
Marley Dunn
Shawn Spiral
Miles Criger

Conrad Birdie:
Tate Haynes
Chris Olson
Jacob Isen
Parker Hume
Henry Pedersen
Jack Freim

Ursula Merkle:
Sophie Otto
Emily Smedley
Jenna Viana
Maddie Aldecoa
Bridget Marmion
Kiki Carney
Sierra Frietas
Claire Hoffman
Francesca Orona
Makena Diehl
Annelise Gazale

Barbara Sue:
Lauren Allvord
Sophia Gilmore
Kendall Defelippi
Marcella Achembeault
Alyssa Carroll
Mila Corvino
Whitney Peterson
Sophia Bosque
Janna Shakiba
Belle Devins
Mary Epperson

Mrs. Mae Peterson:
Emily Smedley
Kennedy Olivia
Kennedy Didier
Claire Hoffman
Sophie Otto
Bridget Marmion
Jenna Viana
Francesca Orona
Maddie Aldecoa
Mary Epperson

Harvey Johnson:
Zach Horan
Shane Tuller
Roberto Cano
Brandon MacDonald
Daniel Arca
Miles Criger
Dane Scott

Hugo Peabody:
Chasen Dobos-Bubno
Shawn Sporl
Jacob Isen
Daniel Llagas
Parker Hume
J.D. Carney
Dane Scott

Gloria Rasputin:
Kennedy Didier
Kiki Carney
Madison Wayman
Alexa Vadnais
Janey Mezzino
Sophie Otto
Makena Diehl
Maddie Aldecoa
Darby Goddell

Charles F. Maude:
Willy Li
Jacob Isen
J.T. McLaughlin
Kai Walter

Mayor:
Jack Freim
Matt Elliott
Owen Duvall
Nicholas Blischack
Zach Horan
Willy Li

CAST:
Ed Sullivan: Matt Nguyen
Margie: Kylie Freitas

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