John Jay Theatre Workshop is very pleased to announce the Spring Production will be Changes: An Ethnodrama. Amanda Urban will be directing, alongside our assistant director Bill Friedman, in what promises to be a fantastic production. …
John Jay Theatre Workshop is very excited to share its virtual production of “The Laramie Project”—the award-winning play about the 1998 murder of gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard. Working within COVID-safety constraints, the …
John Jay Theatre Workshop is very pleased to announce the Spring Production will be Changes: An Ethnodrama.
Amanda Urban will be directing, alongside our assistant director Bill Friedman, in what promises to be a fantastic production.
This production will feature an original script derived from interviews our 27 cast members have conducted over the last month with our JJHS School Community. Cast members will then use the interviews to write a script and determine who will play each role in the production. Additionally, the final product will feature a film score composed by junior, Hunter McKendry. Overseeing the production is Stage Manager, Ruby Bochicchio-Sipos and our Assistant Stage Manager, Grace Mango. (both seniors)
The production will be available for streaming starting June 10th. Since this is original material and not copyrighted, the video will be available on the website for a longer period of time. The film will be appropriate for children of all ages.
The production’s logo was created by one of the very talented cast members, Maclain Rocket. (freshman)
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KLSD ArtsALIVE, in conjunction with and organized by John Jay High School’s International Thespian Society, presents a one-day Musical Theatre Masterclass with professional actor and director, Marc Tumminelli, founder and director of Broadway Workshop. This unique opportunity is open to all John Jay High School students and is funded by KLSD ArtsALIVE. Space is limited.
This year, KLSD ArtsAlive is thrilled to participate in #GivingTuesday on December 1, 2020. #GivingTuesday is a global giving movement with local impact that is celebrated in more than 190 countries. #GivingTuesday inspires people to take collective action to improve their communities, give back in better, smarter ways to the charities and causes they believe in, and help create a better world. KLSD ArtsAlive promotes and enhances the arts by offering ongoing and meaningful opportunities to integrate arts into the KLSD student experience. We believe that providing arts-related events and programming in our schools not only enriches the learning experience of all our students, but helps to unify and celebrate our entire community. Through your generous donations, KLSD ArtsAlive is able to provide arts-infused learning to all students of the Katonah Lewisboro district. We hope you will consider donating to us on December 1, 2020, this year’s #GivingTuesday.
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