Auditions and Interviews for the Fall Term Advanced Theatre Study and Performance 7/8 class will be on Thursday, May 5 at 2:30pm in the PAC.
This class is for students interested in being in the Fall Play and/or working backstage in the Technical Theatre department (building sets, designing sound, lights, and props, or working with the stage manager). Actors, please prepare a 1-minute monologue; Technical Theatre students, please prepare to tell us why you want to be in the advanced class and work backstage for the shows. Please fill out the application and find more details below:
Do you want to perform or work backstage with the RBHS Drama Students? Auditions and interviews for the Advanced Theatre Study & Performance Class for Term 2, which produces the Spring Musical, will be held on Jan 11 and 12 at 2:30pm in the PAC. Please plan to come both days. Please prepare a 1-minute song to sing (actors) or prepare to speak about your theatrical goals (technicians). There is also a technical theatre course for Term 2 that helps build the sets and make the props for the musical. Let your counselor know you are interested. The performances will be March 31 – April 2, 2022. For details, please view the instructions and important information, here: rbbroncoplayers.com/auditions/
Please join us for a fun performance of PETER AND THE STARCATCHER! The show is a prequel to Peter Pan. It is a wildly fun story about how a legendary orphan becomes Peter Pan and a hysterically evil pirate becomes Captain Hook. Thank you for supporting the students by attending this show!
We are having our first IMPROV SHOW of the year this Thursday, October 21 at 7:00 pm in the RBHS Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students, and can be purchased at the door. Cash Only. All audience members will be required to wear a mask while inside the theatre. Thank you for supporting us by attending this show!
Fall Play Auditions for Peter And The Starcatcher will be on August 25 and 26 at 2:30pm in 908 (behind the PAC, across from Orchestra). Please plan to come BOTH days for auditions and callbacks. Please prepare a 1-minute monologue from the play. The script and sides are posted on our Auditions page. Please click here to view.
*If you are cast in the show, you must enroll in the 4th period Advanced Theatre Study class. This is due to our daily rehearsals and show preparations during class. However, if you cannot join the class, but want to be in the ensemble (actors) or help backstage during dress rehearsals and performances (techies), please email the teacher at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements. We always want to include as many students as possible in our productions!
Performance Dates are November 4, 5, and 6.
Improv Team Auditions will be on September 7th and 8th at 2:30pm in the PAC. Please plan to come BOTH days to learn or review the rules of improv, practice playing games, and audition. Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes. All students are welcome! We will have weekly practices after school and evening performances once per month. Performance Dates are: Oct 7, Dec 2, Jan 27, Feb 17, April 7, and May 5.
Upload and bring your headshot (actors only) and resume (technicians and actors).
Actors: Prepare a 1-minute monologue and be ready to answer interview questions about why you want to be in the class.
Technicians: Be ready to talk about why you want to be in the class, and your theatre or work experience.
*Auditions and interviews will be live, in person and on Zoom at the same time. Use the Zoom link (provided on April 20) and wait until you are called into the Zoom room. Please be patient as we will be getting to students on a first come basis. Thank you!
Enjoy our Virtual Fall Show, a Scene Showcase produced and performed by the Bronco Players’ students!
Please view our show program by visiting this link: https://bit.ly/3og59Ua *These award-winning and critically acclaimed scenes may contain mature situations and language. Viewer discretion is advised.
The Advanced Theatre Study class worked very hard to create a virtual fall show since we were unable to produce a live show due to COVID-19. I am very impressed and proud of the dedication, creativity, and positive outlook all the students had while rehearsing, recording, editing, and supporting one another through this project. While this show looks different than our usual Fall Show, it is full of the same talent and growth, if not more so, due to the new technological and virtual challenges the students overcame. Students learned new skills related to filmmaking, acting, and making creative content, that not only helped these scenes come to life, but also gave them a new set of career-related skills that are highly in demand.