“But behold, I say unto you that ye must pray always,
and not faint; that ye must not perform any thing
unto the Lord save in the first place ye shall pray
unto the Father in the name of Christ, that he will
consecrate thy performance unto thee, that thy
performance may be for the welfare of thy soul.”
— 2 Nephi 32:9
When:Tuesday, December 3rd 3:30-6:00, Thursday, December 5th 3:30-6:0, Friday, December 6th 4:00-6:00
Where: North Auditorium
I also need one 7th grade BOY, one 6th grade GIRL, and
one 3rd grade GIRL.
What: Sing 16 measures of a Broadway show tune or Disney movie tune. Be prepared with the entire song in case I want to hear more, but chose the most impressive 16 measures for the initial audition. There will be no accompanist provided so please bring a devise to play your music on or your own accompanist.
NO A CAPELLA SINGING.
Call Backs (by invitation only): Saturday, December 7th 9:00-1:00
Performance Dates: March 19, 20, 21, 7:00 pm (Saturday matinee at 2:00 pm)
Rehearsals: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, some Saturdays starting in January, 3:30-5:30. Saturdays 9:00-12:00, Inservice Fridays 1:00-4:00. Mandatory tech rehearsal Saturday, March 14th 9:00 am-5:00 pm. Mandatory final week practices Tues. 17th, Wed. 18th (3:30-5:30 pm).
Questions?: Email Mrs. Johanne Perry at email@example.com
Role playing is a powerful mechanism for familiarizing oneself with important concepts. At American Heritage, acting out the lives and statements of great men and women familiarizes our students with true heroes worthy of their emulation. Students in grades K-12 are first, and routinely, afforded acting opportunities as part of their Core Classroom’s annual devotional: a pageant-style performance that demonstrates to parents, fellow students, and other audience members the interconnectedness of the history, literature, geography, gospel topics, and personal application covered during the year.
More formal exposure to drama comes in the eighth grade, when students perform a play as part of the school’s Shakespeare week. Students in grades 9-12 can then choose from among drama and stagecraft electives. All students in grades 9-12 can audition for the small-cast play in the Fall and the high school musical in the Spring.
As another example of our school’s efforts to promote well-rounded education opportunities, AHS offers classes in Technical Theater. Areas covered include set design and construction, stage lighting, sound design, and stage management. Students receive in-depth classroom instruction as well as hands-on experience. Training is given using the latest in sound and lighting consoles. Students who complete the program move on to college with experience running productions as well as programming and documentation.
The class is taught by our school’s technical director, Jay Clark, who has more than 40 years of professional theater experience, including 16 years as a cultural arts producer for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Classes are offered at both beginning and advanced levels.