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Olympia High School Drama Club -- Thespian Troupe #2933
Erasing the fine line between genius & insanity...
Welcome to the home page for Olympia High School Drama Club and Thespian Troupe #2933!
We are the proud winners of our second Fifth Avenue Musical Theatre Award for Overall Outstanding Musical production for our 2009 musical production of Bye Bye Birdie, and plan to continue the tradition of excellence with our fabulous 2013014 season. Stay tuned to our web page for announcements.
On our website you will find links to our 2012-13 season schedule, information about how to volunteer and support OHS Drama, audition, cast and show information, and a special page for our Thespian Troupe members. For more information, to comment or ask questions, please email the drama club advisor at email@example.com -- and thanks for supporting the Arts at Olympia High.
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Getting Involved in Drama Club
Drama club is open to all interested in students. We meet on Wednesday mornings at 8:15 in stage 2 --we meet twice monthly or as necessary -- meetings are announced in the daily bulletin. Our activities center on the production and support elements for our shows and everyone is welcome. If you've been in a show, or worked on one, you are in Drama Club. We encourage everyone to participate on a crew, either backstage or helping with ushering, concessions or ticketing. Students earn Thespian points through participation and ten points earns induction into the International Thespian Society, a high school and college honor society for Theatre Arts. Thespians have the opportunity to travel to the State Festival in Bellingham or to the Oregon Shakespeare festival in Ashland, Oregon - we alternate every year between the two.
Capital High School presents: Murder's in the Heir
Murder's in the Heir is an audience interactive murder mystery based around the billionaire, Simon Starkweather. Simon calls his family and servants for an important announcement about his wil. Old and very ill, he announces that in his original will he has bequethed a fortune to them all; however, he has made a change of plans. Once he signs his new will, they will all be left with next to nothing. Suppose Simon were to die before he could sign the will? They all have a motice to kill him...only the audience will decide.The show runs October 10, 11, 12, 17, 18 and 19. Each performance starts at 7:30 p.m. and will be held in the Performing Arts Auditorium at Capital High School, 2707 Conger Avenue N.W., Olympia. Tickets are $7 for students and senior citizens and $10 for the general public. Call the box office at (360) 596-8053 for more information and to reserve your tickets. Tickets can also be purchased online at Capital High School's Drama page.