This is how I feel casting the One Act play each year. These are the top actors at Homestead High School….how do you choose!?!
For those of you who don’t know I teach at Homestead High School in Mequon Wisconsin. We are lucky enough to have a full time theatre program and I am lucky that the administration likes me enough to keep on hiring me back. The teachers are back for the kick off events held for our … More Theatre is School
An idea had been simmering in the back of their mind for quite some time and it had become an obsession. Day and night they dreamt of strange characters, multi-coloured costumes, high emotions and cheering audiences. They dreamt of theatre, of putting on a show that bore their mark. They had things to say and … More Creating “Fall of Orpheus”
Here are two short films from Theatre Production Seminar this year…. A quirky film… And a horror film…
1st hour Acting 2 did Dodgeball as our final performance. The most notable aspect that strikes me about the play is our direction. Our director dealt with lights, blocking, music and all the shenanigans that arose during the practise, and without him, it wouldn’t have gone as smoothly. The lighting was fine, at … More Mr. Wiggles Final Reflection
In the beginning of this class I considered myself to be a pretty capable actor. I felt that my experience from Acting 1 and my natural outgoing personality would carry me through this class pretty easily, but I was wrong. Through the initial scenes that we did along with the directed scenes that I … More Final Reflection: Acting 2 by Thomas Miller
When I was given the chance to pick my classes for Senior Year, I was on the edge as to whether or not I should take Acting 2. I finally decided to take it with the mentality that I could always drop it for a study hall; however, the class was much more entertaining than … More Steve the Pirate: An underdog story