Drama Club


Welcome to Drama Club!

Here you will find important dates, forms, and upcoming events! 

DRAMA CLUB SPONSORS
Mrs. Marianetti  & Mr. Forsythe

Drama Club News

 

Here are some helpful dance tips: 

LINK 1   and   LINK 2

York Drama Presents

The Laramie Project runs March 26, 27, 28 and April 4 and 5th

Tickets are on sale now at www.ticketpeak.co/yorkdrama and are $5 per viewing link plus $1.50 service charge. Donations are welcome and much appreciated, as York Drama continues to create art during this unprecedented year.

This is presented in on-demand streaming with viewing links active between 5:00pm CST – Midnight CST each day of the show. Each day will require a new code, if you want to watch multiple days. Thank you for your continued support of York Drama!

Stay tuned for the York Musical, Theory of Relativity, airing in May!  This stunning musical reflects on how we are all connected, and how we are nothing without each other.

 

MEET THE 20-21 YORK DRAMA BOARD!
 
OUTREACH (Charity: other schools, both in district and outside, nursing homes etc. ):

Kathryn King, Jake Downey, Jackie Cimino, Tessa Olson, Heidi Ward

SCHOOL (Productions: actors, musicians, crew, YTV, Posters, working with other clubs in unity, year in review )

Kylie Levine, Olivia Rosenberg, Caitlin Maguire, Leo Macariola, Juliana Suarez, Owen Espinosa

COMMUNITY (Bringing Lift With Love into Elmhurst, starting with notecard project this Thursday):

CeCe Lampa, Meagan Maiers, Charlie Kungl, Jillian Caforio, Ashley Harmon, Lucy Valeski

Committee chairpersons are in bold.

Empathy Requires Action

Join York Drama in support of Broadway for All: http://www.broadwayforall.org/          

Support the Love Button Global Movement:  https://www.lovebutton.org/

BE THE GOOD

York Drama will continue its commitment and strive toward a more expansive sense of empathy.  Ignorance and violence are not acceptable in any form.  The question “Who am I besides how I look to you?” is more relevant today than ever.  In addition to working with our own students, we will be extending the “Who am I?” project of this last year out to the community at large as well as communities beyond Elmhurst in order to collaborate and educate our students and ourselves on the issues of inequality, prejudice, hate, and ignorance.

See with the eyes of another.  Hear with the ears of another.  Feel with the heart of another.

York Drama

Celebrate York Drama's 19-20  Season of Empathy  

Part One:  TIME       Part Two: LOVE     Part Three:  MEMORIES