Senior High 2020 Fall Play


Updated Sunday, September 20 at 2:00 p.m.

 

Fall Play 2020 Information

                        STAY TUNED!!!  We're VERY CLOSE to getting started!          I hope to have audition dates and procedures out to you this week.

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Stay well.  Stay safe.  Wash your hands. Wear your mask. 

All the best,   Mrs. Galtere

 

 

Review the attached scenes to use for auditions. Prepare two - preferably different character types.  

"Ana Music," "Maricela and Penny," and "Sam" indicate music - but the show does not come with its own music.  We'll be creating that.  Free free to let your inner "Hamilton" out and consider a rap style, or any other style/melody that suits you.  

"No Easy Road" scenes - don't worry about trying to do accents.  Instead, focus on the depth of the characters.

All of the characters seem self-explanatory as you read through the portions.  Except maybe Penny with Maricela - she should be perky, perky, perky!!!

Scenes don't have to be memorized, but you should be able to look up from the paper frequently.


Here’s an overview of each play: 

SEEDFOLKS:

When a young Vietnamese girl plants beans in a vacant lot to connect with the memory of her father, the diverse group of locals who take notice find a connection of their own in a spirited effort to re-imagine their run-down neighborhood. The first year in the life of a community garden unfolds in this "spoken musical," adapted from the award-winning novel of the same name, as the voices of characters from far-flung backgrounds converge in a rhythmic hymn to community.

NO EASY ROAD TO FREEDOM:

The road to freedom for people of diversity has not been easy in American History. Audiences will hear the struggles for acceptance of a wide range of minority groups through poetry, drama, and song. Hear the stories that made America and that continue to shape our nation today. From immigration to oppression to acceptance, listen to the stories of bravery and determination from the likes of heroines like Rosa Parks and brave individuals who represent Asian, Italian, Latino, Jewish and Native Americans. It has been no easy road, but this creative production will show how history constantly changes and unfolds. 


Thank you for your patience as we continue to maneuver these muddy waters.  I look forward to getting back onstage with you – whether in person or virtually!

Stay well.  Stay safe.  Wash your hands. Wear your mask. 

All the best,   Mrs. Galtere

 

Questions or concerns - email Mrs. Galtere at exeterspringmusical@gmail.com

Please note - emails from your school account do not go through.                    You'll need to use another account for Mrs. Galtere to receive it. 

 


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