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Milton Theatre Company announced the casts for the 2018 Fall One Acts
Directed by David Hopkins
The 1940’s RADIO HOUR
Directed by: Michael Vine
|“Pops” Bailey||Jake Roscoe|
|Clifton Feddington||Eli Hutchinson|
|Wally Ferguson||Jack Peznola|
|Lou Cohn||Lisa O’Brien|
|Johnny Cantone||Jordan Wainscott|
|Ginger Brooks||Grace McMillan|
|Connie Miller||Sammy Azua|
|B.J. Gibson||Blake Ferrante|
|Neil Tilden||Luis Sellers|
|Ann Collier||Addi Bendall|
|Geneva Lee Brown||Melanie Zuvic|
|Biff Baker||Collier Rogers|
THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME
Directed by Larry Smith
|Christopher John Francis Boone||Harrison Lewis|
|Ed Boone||Pierce Rossman|
|Judy Boone||Katherine Shepler|
|Eileen Shears||Abby Stuart|
|Roger Shears||Owen Shertz|
|Duty Sergeant||Payten Williams|
|Man with Socks||TBD|
|Punk Girl||Olivia Owens|
|Mrs. Alexander||Sarah Grace Hutchinson|
|Mrs. Gascoyne||Lillabeth Broderson|
|Lady in Street||Elizah Dunbar|
|Posh Woman||Tara Venkataraman|
Milton Theatre announced their Fall 2018 One Acts’ dates and shows.
October 11 & 12 at 7PM
- Einstein’s Dreams, directed by David Hopkins
- The 1940’s Radio Hour, directed by Michael Vine
October 24 & 25 at 7PM
- The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, directed by Larry Smith
Fall 2018 Milton Improv Troupe
- Sammy Azua
- Addi Bendall
- Lillabeth Broderson
- Bailey Byrdsong
- Felipe Cristancho
- Rohan Dhume
- Blake Kerzie
- Harrison Lewis
- Lucas Rary
- Michael Reddy
- Jake Roscoe
- Owen Schertz
- Louis Sellers
- Jack Sizemore
- Brayden Vaught
- Jordan Wainscott
On Saturday October 27, Milton High School will host the 7A Region 5 One Act Competition.
AAAAAAA Region 5 High Schools:
- Forsyth Central
- North Forsyth
- South Forsyth
- West Forsyth
Milton Theatre Company is proud to announce its National Youth Arts nominations and award winners for the 2017/2018 school year. We submitted all four productions to the NYA review and judging panel, via our DVDs and playbills, for consideration. The National Youth Arts recently announced the winners for the 11th Annual National Youth Arts Awards for the Eastern Region, which Milton HS is a member; however, we were judged against all shows across the United States.
This year more than 600 productions were considered for the awards, including shows from more than 220 different members spanning 17 states and the UK. This year’s award winners were selected from nominations by a panel of more than 50 judges and reviewers. In addition to the youth who performed in schools and youth arts companies, anyone age 18 and under who performed at a show reviewed by a judge was also considered for the NYA awards, as well as the adults who participated in the youth productions backstage (directors, set designers, costume designers, etc.) and guest adult performers in productions designed for youth.
Milton Theatre Company earned 12 awards and 18 additional nominations! There will be an awards ceremony held at the Riverdale YM-YWHA in Bronx, New York on Sunday, August 19. Congratulations to all the nominees, award winners, and everyone who supported the program to make this all possible.
Outstanding Production: Cabaret
Outstanding Dance Production: Cirque Tantara
Lead Performance in a Musical: Harrison Lewis as Clifford in Cabaret
Lead Performance in a Musical: Josh Martin as The Emcee in Cabaret
Lead Performance in a Musical: Mary Caroline Owens as Sally Bowles in Cabaret
Lead Performance in a Musical: Paige Underwood as Violet Hilton in Side Show
Lead Performance in a Musical: Sara Underwood as Daisy Hilton in Side Show
Lead Performance in a Play: Mary Caroline Owens as Marilyn in Ripcord
Lead Performance in a Play: Laura Sidwell as Abby in Ripcord
Supporting Performance in a Musical: Sara Underwood as Fraulein Schneider in Cabaret
Direction: David Hopkins for Cabaret
Direction: Larry Smith for Cirque Tantara
Outstanding Production: Side Show
Outstanding Dance Production: Cirque Miraz!
Lead Performance in a Musical: Josh Martin as Buddy Foster in Side Show
Lead Performance in a Musical: Harrison Lewis as Terry Connor in Side Show
Supporting Performance in a Musical: Ethan Day as Jake in Side Show
Supporting Performance in a Musical: Jackson Fuchs as Ernst Ludwig in Cabaret
Supporting Performance in a Musical: Louis Sellers as Herr Schultz in Cabaret
Supporting Performance in a Play: Autumn Bristow as Colleen in Ripcord
Featured Performance in a Musical: Katherine Shepler as Auntie in Side Show
Featured Performance in a Musical: Paige Underwood as Fraulein Kost in Cabaret
Ensemble: Side Show
Costume Design: Amy Williams for Side Show
Lighting Design: Sydney Hunt for Cabaret
Choreography: Sharon Druzbanski for Cabaret
Musical Direction: Drew Bowers and Nathan Schreer for Cabaret
Musical Direction: Bill Newberry for Side Show
Direction: David Hopkins for Side Show
To see the full list of winners and nominations for this ceremony, click here.
Congrats to our Milton Theatre Company Cirque Performance and Improv member, Lucas Rary for being named to the top 40 in the 2018 GCCA Cheerleader State competition.
Lucas represented Milton in Columbus, GA on August 4 with the COED COMPETITION CHEER! .
The International Thespian Society is one of the first honor societies created for theatre students in high school. It was formed in 1929 and is overseen by the Education Theatre Association.
A student of theatre earns membership in the society through active involvement with the school’s theatre program Thespian Troupe by the accumulation of points in both technical theatre and performance. A total of 10 points are needed to be inducted into the troupe. Each point is the equivalent of 10 hours, or a total of 100 hours of theatre involvement.
The following seniors are members of Milton Theatre’s Thespian Troupe 6168.
Once a student contributes 600 hours of involvement, or 60 points, they pass a benchmark to become what known as an Honors Thespian. Seniors at this level receive honors cords to wear at graduation.
The following students were awarded honors cords.
Mary Caroline Owens
The next benchmark is called National Honors Thespian. Students who reach 120 points, or 1200 hours of involvement in the theatre are recognized at as a National Honor Thespian. These students are awarded a Thespian Medallion to also be work at graduation.
The following students received medals.
Mary Caroline Owens
At 180 Points, or 1800 hours of involvement, a student is recognized as an International Honor Thespian.
This is quite an achievement and pretty much means the student was actively involved with nearly each production at their school beginning the freshman year. We have seven International Honor Thespians to recognize this year. This student will receive a white stole to be work at graduation in addition to medal and cords.
180 Points: Haley Mahoney-Werner
180 Points: Paige Underwood
183 Points: Laura Sidwell
185 Points: Sara Underwood
200 Points: Josh Martin
201 Points: Allie Arasi
217 Points: Mary Caroline Owens
Seniors, your challenge and thespian motto: Act well your part, there all the honor lies. Milton Theatre’s 2017-18 graduating Thespians.
THESPIAN OFFICERS 2018-19
Harrison Lewis – President
Autumn Bristow – Vice President
Emma Stuttard – Secretary
Eli Hutchinson – Treasurer
Katherine Shepler – Historian
Brayden Vaught – Technical Theatre Representative
Olivia Owens – Charity Representative