SVHS Drama Club

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Being a part of Smoky Valley Theater is a great way to experience the world of theater, have fun and produce a fantastic production. Whether you are interested in being on stage or helping backstage on in the technical booth there are roles for everyone. We invite you to join us at our Drama Club meetings to check it out.

Our mission is to: Provide opportunities for any student to experience the world of theater in a fun, safe & professional environment. We do this by following the Values of Safety, Education, Fun, Professionalism

Take a look at just a few reasons why you should be a part of Smoky Valley Theater. Whether you want to be on stage or back-stage we have a place for you.

Go on trips, go to conferences, and just have fun all while coming together to put on an amazing production.

Drama Club Events

There are many events that happen throughout the year. Have fun outside of school and rehearsals and experience theater in many different ways

Our Executive Team

We have roles both on an Advisory Committee and an Executive team. If you are interested in helping plan and execute events and help in deciding next year's shows, consider applying to be in a leadership role.

FIRST DRAMA CLUB MEETING SEPT. 9, DURING AP IN THE AUDITORIUM

Matilda Auditions CLOSED

Auditions for Matilda have concluded. Thank you to everyone who auditions and signed up for Tech Crew. We had an overwhelming interest.

If you did not get a chance to sign up for auditions or to be on tech crew, please keep an eye open for opportunities this winter with Senior Directed One-Acts & our Spring play PUFFS.

What Is A Thespian?

Thespian with an uppercase “T” refers to a member of the International Thespian Society, the world’s largest honor society for theatre students. The designation “Thespian” includes student members who excel in technical and production fields as well as performance in their high school theatre. Benefits of Thespian induction includes: Membership into ITS, Leadership opportunities both state wide & nationally, ability to attend Kansas Thespian Festival, scholarship opportunities and more.

How to become a Thespian: You must complete 100 hours (10 points) of theater work. This could be in high school or community productions, either on-stage or backstage. Each role has a specific value associated and is awarded and tracked by Troupe Director, Eric Lundstrom. Induction each year is conducted at the end of the year awards banquet.

Spring Production