The Cast list for “Fiddler on the Roof” is posted on the Lovejoy Choir Website. The full cast list can be found here.
Meals are available for all cast, tech, and staff to purchase for November 1-3. Meals will be served at LHS directly after school. LHS Theatre Booster Club offers these meals for convenience; students are not required to purchase meals. You are welcome to bring your own meal if you prefer, or purchase only specific days — whatever works best for you and your family!
Students should access the link below with their Lovejoy Gmail account. This is to make it easier to determine who ordered which meal.
After you place your order you can pay by clicking the “Donate” button on this page. You can also pay by check. Please provide your check number on the Google form.
Due Date: Friday, October 21st.
Please use the following link to order meals for Peter and the Starcatcher.
Please read the two attachments. The format is a little off due to the fact the school lost internet access today.
Peter and the Starcatcher
Boy (Peter)- Bryce F
Black Stache- Patrick C
Molly Aster- Hannah H
Fighting Prawn- Joey C
Mrs. Bumbrake- Rachel B
Lord Leonard Aster- Trace G
Slank- Abby Y
Ted- Alec W
Teacher- Raegan V
Alf- Austin K
Captain Robert Falcon Scott- Luke W
Grempkin- Vinny H
Smee- Ryan A
Hawking Clam- Katherine C
Ensemble: (Can include: Narrators, Pirates, Mermaids, Prawns, Sailors, Clams, Birds)
Thank you to all who auditioned and shared your talent with us! We were so proud of your character in auditions and in the holding area!
Remember being cast or not cast is not a reflection on your talent or if we like you as a person. Casting is a complex process that involves many variables including but is not limited to: number of characters written, body type, vocal type, scheduling, chemistry, and director vision. And, at the end of the audition process, we have to make a decision. We wish we could cast everyone, since we all care so much about each and every one of you and your growth.
If you were not selected to be a part of the cast, please do not be discouraged, there are many ways to still be involved in our program, just come and ask us! : )
No matter what the outcome, we encourage you to receive feedback on your audition 48 hours after the cast list is posted.
Crew list will be posted next week.
If you were cast, our first read through is Monday at 4:30, and will end at 6. Please bring a pencil and a snack.
A REQUIRED PARENT MEETING will be held this Thursday at 6 PM. in F105. You are responsible for notifying your parent. If your parent cannot make it, they must call me to make arrangements to get caught up on the information presented.
Thank you all so much for making our theatre a great place to make art. <3
Hallie Steadman produced this great introduction video to our theatre program.
“My love for theatre began in middle school, in a production called, What’s Happening Hamlet, in which I got to play Hamlet. I was so pumped! I continued acting at Rowlett High School and into college at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, where I earned a BFA in Theatre Arts. It was at Midwestern that I began working as a technician as well and my love for technical theatre took form. After college, in 2004, I moved to Austin, Texas and joined a performing arts company called Yellow Tape Construction. During my five years as resident collaborator with YTC, I got the opportunity to help write, compose, conduct, direct, and perform original musicals, straight plays, and dance productions.
In 2010, my teaching career began at Lakeview Centennial High School in Garland, TX, where I taught both performance and tech theatre. In that time, we produced several shows, including Proof, Fame, Dark of the Moon, Bus Stop, Little Shop of Horrors, Ardy Fafersin, Aida, and Storm in the Barn, which was selected to perform at the 2014 UIL One-Act Play State Meet. In 2014, I became the Head Theatre Director at McKinney North High School, and produced many shows including Rumors, The Addams Family, Check, Please, Hedda Gabler, Tartuffe, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Big Mary, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, and Western Hero, an original musical written in collaboration with my students.
I often spend summers working for Garland Summer Musicals as the Tech Director. We do two shows a summer, and I have helped produce 9 to 5, Peter Pan, Thoroughly Modern Millie, West Side Story, Crazy For You, Fiddler on the Roof, and Nice Work if You Can Get It. I have also worked as a professional pianist and still enjoy playing piano in my downtime. I currently live in Plano, have been married to my wife, Jennylind, for 8 years, and have 2 dogs, Luca Brasi and Vincent.”
The Winners of the 2016 Theatre Booster Club Scholarships were announced on Friday, May 20th during Senior Signing Day. This year, the LTBC awarded 6 $500 scholarships to the following students:
- Rachel Jackson
- Elizabeth Jowers
- Sonali Mehta
- Dillon Raforth
- Olivia Whitehead
- Nate Wutzke
The Production class gave a winning performance of “Nevermore! The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allen Poe” on March 24th at Grayson College. The group is advancing on to the Area Competition. The cast and crew received the following awards:
Outstanding crew- Mason Taylor Long
Honorable mention- Trace Glorioso, Rachel Bradley
All star cast – Jak Barth
No best tech crew was given
The Production Class’s One Act Play of “Nevermore!” advanced to the Bi-District competition. The cast and crew received the following awards:
Best Tech Overall
Honorable Mention All Star
All Star Cast
Jeremiah “Jak” Barth
The Bi-District Competition is March 24th at Grayson College.
Tickets can be purchased on the Lovejoy High School Website at: