17 Rules to follow while Backstage. Musketeer Style You’re in the way; MOVE, please. There are too many of you in the Green room. Our supply of oxygen is limited. Please leave the room. All that food is for the crew. BYOF “Quiet in the Green Room!” means you; Hush please. The crew is highly … More 17 Rules to follow while Backstage.
Written by Gwen Cain (2018) I play the prissy and promiscuous Porthos; and as a woman! The most challenging part of making this script come alive is actually probably keeping the actors alive; there is a LOT of fighting and quadruple the chance for injury all around. Oh, and walking in three inch knee high … More Meet the Artist: Gwen Cain
Who do you play? I play Sabine d’Artagnan (yeah I know stupid last name. But imagine being named ‘d’Arty d’Artagnan.’) What’s challenging about bringing this script to life? Probably finding the funny moments in the play. The play is written in subtle and obvious humor, and bringing out a different personality in my character has … More Meet the Artist – Maisie Allen
Who do you play? I play Cardinal Richelieu, who is the main villain in the story. He seems cunning and ruthless but is also just a big child. What’s challenging about bringing this script to life? I find the script really awkward at times because some lines seem out of place and unnecessary. The hardest … More Meet the Artist: Reem Salah
“If someone was going to make a movie about my life it would be about a teenage girl who’s extremely quiet. She’s a fashionista that wears clothing she makes herself. She’s always alone, but she tries to do the most bravest things in life besides theatre. She always tries to join and do things that … More The Bravest Jada
Interested in being an EMCEE for our AFS Variety Show? Here’s what you need to know! Auditions are October 19th 3-5pm in the Black Box What is an EMCEE? Well our version is a group of performers who write funny skits to insert into the show and break up the acts. They help kill time … More EMCEE Auditions for AFS Show
The 2017-2018 theatre season is going to be amazing. Do you want to know why I know this? Because the students involved with the season are the nicest, silliest teenagers I’ve worked with. Class bonding, family character outings and general shenanigans at lunches have run rampant in the first three weeks of school. Drama Club … More 2017-2018 Theatre Students