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Jordan Smith (Donna Pace) is a 7th grader at Loiederman Middle School. Jordan played the daughter in Loiderman's production of The Pirates of Penzance and is making her Highwood debut as well. She enjoys drawing, singing (a lot) and plays the guitar as well. Jordan's words of wisdom to the audience is to "Thrive in what you enjoy , and never stop."
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A PEEK INTO REHEARSALS:
Gwen Arbetman (Stanley Locker) is an 8th grader at Pyle Middle School. She is making her Highwood debut this summer. Gwen's has been in her school's drama class for 2 years and lists Romeo and Juliet, Fiddler on the Roof and Ms. Polly's Institute as her favorite productions among her many credits. She is a member of an international thespian society, can play the ukulele and guitar and enjoys diving when she is not performing. "Seize the day!"
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Stanley Locker: Gwen Arbetman
Margaret Locker: Kailey Nothman
Donna Pace: Jordan Smith
Walter Pace: Danny Tran Ho
Two couples venture out for an ordinary evening at the theatre - this week a performance of Shakespeare's classic play, "Hamlet". Once seated, friendly conversation quickly spirals into humorous disputes of family, life, and sometimes the play itself. Audiences are in for an unforgettable night of comedy and secrets unraveling before their eyes, courtesy of the Acting Intensive's talented ensemble.
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A Night in the Theatre is produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
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Kailey Nothman (Margaret Locker) is a 7th grader at Pyle Middle School and is performing in her first show at Highwood. Her previous credits include school productions of Beauty and the Beast, The trial of Hansel and Gretel and a Camp at Imagine Nation production of Alice in Wonderland. Kailey also enjoys skiing and playing soccer and is happy to be back on stage after being on crutches only two weeks ago! "Live, Love, Laugh."
Director: Imani Gaston
Technical Director: Orion Stekoll
Stage Manager: Julia Hay
Sound Design: Joshua Dickinson
Lighting Design: Thomas Garrett
Set Design: Julia Hay
Prop Design: Maddie Whipple
Costume Design: Tip Letsche
Light Board Operator: Thomas Garrett
Sound Board Operator: Joshua Dickinson
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A NIGHT IN THE THEATRE
By Lawrence Casler
Directed by Imani Gaston
Highwood's new two-week Acting Intensive program gives a small group of students, grades 7-12, the opportunity to mimic a professional theatre structure and prepare a full-length play or musical in a condensed, intense rehearsal process. Students have worked with a professional director to create, stage, and rehearse a hilarious one-act comedy - A Night in the Theatre by Lawrence Casler. The cast has worked tirelessly for the past two weeks in preparation for opening weekend, learning in-depth knowledge about the craft of acting along the way.
Week 1 consisted of blocking and scene work, acting training, and a dialect master class by a DC professional actress. In addition, students participated in character, improv, and theatrical movement workshops and experimented with acting techniques to enhance their physical and vocal expressions. Week 2 continued the rehearsal process and by mid-week, we transitioned to tech rehearsals, where students worked onstage with lights, sound, and set pieces. By the end of the week, our show is ready for audiences to enjoy!
On behalf of the cast and crew of A Night in the Theatre, we thank you for coming and invite you to grab a snack, sit back, and witness the occasionally wacky world of theatre-going.
Matthew Nicola, Artistic Director
Danny Tran Ho (Walter Pace) is a 7th grader at Loiederman Middle School. While this is his first Highwood show, his past credits include Isabel in Alienated, Sergeant in The Pirates of Penzance and a villager in Once on This Island. Danny is also part of an international thespian society, enjoys singing and acting as multiple people and loves to ice skate. Danny's message to the audience is to, "Accept anyone so you can be anyone."
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The Highwood Theatre is supported in part by funding from the Montgomery County government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, The Cafritz Foundation, the S. Kann Sons Company Foundation, the William and Karen Tell Foundation, the Robert N. Alfandre Foundation, Wenger Corporation, and West Wing Writers.