Carroll Theatre Department’s UIL One Act Play, 33 Variations, advanced from the Zone 2 Competition on Thursday, March 20 to the District Championships on Saturday, March 29. Both competitions, Zone and District, were hosted by Carroll Senior High School.
At the Zone 2 Competition, Carroll Theatre Department took home the following awards:
At the District Championships, Carroll Theatre Department took home the following honors:
Congratulations, also, to Cody Shuck and Heather Wang, who rounded out the very talented cast, and Madeleine Louviere, Hallie Nell, Richard Rodenberg, Alex Spaeth, and David Walsh, who comprised our hard-working Tech Crew.
Carroll Theatre Directors Roald and Stacie Martinsen extended their congratulations to students and parents who participated in the UIL One Act Play process saying, “They represented their schools and the district beautifully.”
The Carroll Theatre Department is proud to announce recent the outstanding accomplishments its students.
The Carroll Theatre Poetry Slam Team took third place at the “Louder Than A Bomb Poetry Competition” in Chicago over Spring Break.
Poetry Slam Team members are:
The Carroll Theatre Department One Act Play Cast and Crew has advanced to the District Competition.
OAP Cast and Crew Members are:
The District Competition will be held in the Carroll Senior High School Auditorium on Saturday, March 29 at 3:30 p.m. The performance is free.
The following students also worked the competition and were an immense addition to the success of all the eight schools who competed:
Corbin Bowman (pictured, right) was named Best Actor for the entire festival.
Both Carroll Middle and Dawson Middle Schools participated in the Northwest ISD Middle School One Act Play Festival at Northwest High School on Tuesday, Feb. 19 and students from both campuses received a Superior (first place) ranking for their productions.
CMS students performed “Dearly Departed” and DMS students performed “The Miracle Worker”.
Special recognition went to Carroll Middle School students. Ivy Patterson was named Best Actress and Garrett deGraffenreid was named Best Actor. Other awards went to Andrew Adams, All Star Cast; Laura Nichols, Honorable Mention All Star Cast and Madeleine Louviere, Best Technician.
Dawson Middle School also received special recognition including the award for Best Crew. Students were also awarded for their individual talents: Anna Crafton was named Best Actress, Faith Osterberg and Jessica Owston were named to the All Star Cast, Richard Rodenberg and William Westfall were named to the Honorable Mention All Star Cast and Nic Godfrey was named Best Technician.
Live performances of “The Miracle Worker” by William Gibson are scheduled for February 12, 19 and 21.
Performances on Tuesday, Feb. 12 and Thursday, Feb. 21 will be at 7 p.m. on the Dawson Cafe Stage located at Dawson Middle School, 400 S. Kimball Avenue in Southlake. The performance scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 19 will be at the Byron Nelson Fine Arts Center, located at 2775 Bobcat Boulevard in Trophy Club.
Admission is free to all performances. For additional information call the DMS Theatre Arts Department at 817-949-5556.