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Due to the 2 hour delay, all students should report no later than 10:00 AM on Wednesday morning. Students should report to the auditorium to check in and review for our trip to the Folger Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C. Students should be prepared to review lines on the bus to D.C.
To all the members of the Music Hall Royale
"There you are…"
THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD!
Chairperson The leader of the music hall troupe. Hershel Holiday
Joyce Throttle Stage Manager of the troupe Emma Johnson
John Jasper: The Royale’s male lead Jake Barber
Edwin Drood: Prima donna
Rosa Bud: The not-so-innocent ingenue Corinne MacLean
Princess Puffer: Tavern Owner Maddison Raba
Helena Landless: from a colony not unlike India. Meena Knowles
Neville Landless: Helena’s brother Matt Stewart
Reverend Crisparkle: Overprotective Minister Kareem Mo-Ameen
Bazzard: Loveable clown who never gets the lead Matt Blumen
Durdles: Clown Prince of the Royale Nate McGraw
Deputy 1 and 2: Loveable helper to Durdles Will DeCamp and Spencer Pfundstein
Wendy and Beatrice: contemporaries of Rosa Bud Maura A and Courtney L
Ensemble: Bailey Dalean, Alix Jackson, Sierra Orr, Ashley Nguyen, Hannah Karry, Jessica Carter, Kendall Noah, Alistar Smith, Aakansha Jain, David Naroji, Michael Calvelli
SWINGS: James, Sarah, Clarissa, Brittney, Kate , Mallory , Name that is not intelligible
Due to the complexity of the show we will have some ensemble perform on Thursday and Friday and some perform on Saturday and Sunday during production week.
Edwin Drood: Prima donna Courtney L
Rosa Bud: The not-so-innocent ingenue Emma J
Princess Puffer: Tavern Owner Maura A
Helena Landless: from a colony not unlike India. Aakansha J
Wendy and Beatrice: contemporaries of Rosa Bud Sierra O and Ashley N
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
music and lyrics by Rupert Holmes
Charles Dickens' unfinished novel, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, has been a source of speculation and controversy ever since its posthumous publication. The musical version allows the audience to solve the mystery each night. When Drood is murdered it is up to the audience to decide who did it and who will solve the mystery of Edwin Drood!!!
Monday thru Friday for entire cast from 4 till 6:30 pm. Some actors may be allowed to leave earlier (before 6) depending on what is being worked on in rehearsal.
All rehearsals go from 4 pm till 9:45pm every night. Dinner is provided to all students.
Please check for possible changes in the rehearsal schedule on the call board at the school. This should be done daily.
The breaking down of the set will take place immediately following the last performance on Sunday. All cast and crew are required to attend "strike" to receive "thespian points".
DRAMA CLUB/ITS MEETINGS
- Monthly in the Black Box!!!!
Join us for all the information on this fun gathering!