Gibbons Drama is an ensemble-based, performance-driven theater program grounded in the idea that theater is best experienced through doing. In the classroom or in performance, Gibbons Drama aims to provide all members of the Gibbons community an opportunity to come together for a personal and artistically satisfying theatrical experience. Gibbons Drama plays a vital role in the cultural life of the school, producing a wide variety of plays, musicals and theatrical events each year.
- Godspell Audition Information
- 2017-18 Theatrical Season
- Gibbons Drama Roadshow
- Play A Role . . .
- Classroom Experience
GODSPELL CAST LIST
REHEARSAL AND PERFORMANCE INFORMATION
Rehearsals for Godspell will begin on Tuesday, March 13th and will generally be held weekdays after school from 3:30-5:30 P.M., with occasional Saturday rehearsals from 1:00-5:00 P.M. There will be no Friday rehearsals.
Production Week Schedule:
Saturday, April 28: 10:00 A.M-6:00 P.M.
Sunday, April 29: 1:00-5:00 P.M. (if necessary)
Monday, April 30-Wednesday, May 2: 3:30-8:00 P.M.
May 3, 4, 5 @ 7:30 P.M.
GIBBONS DRAMA: THE 2017-18 SEASONWe are excited to present Gibbons Drama's most creatively ambitious production lineup to date--a season full of opportunity, challenge and promise for the entire Gibbons community.
In addition to our three mainline productions, we are also pleased to present the Gibbons Drama Roadshow, our Drama IV original devised productions and the return of our successful student-directed One Act Festival.
September 28-October 1
Ah, high school. The
best worst four years of your life! The
friends, the memories, the life lessons, and of course the...inevitably haunting embarrassments that will leave emotional scars for years to come! Join a group of real life high school students as they uncover the
wonders perils of gym class, the marvels horrors of field trips, the joy humiliation of prom, and many more of the numerous fond traumatizing aspects of life as a high school student.
Directors: Ellen Fiedler, Laura McGuire
Stage Manager: Isabella Carpenter
Producers: Emily Sartori, Julie Bradley
Auditions for Gibbons Drama co-curricular productions are open to all CGHS students. Audition information for each show is posted on the Gibbons Drama website 2-3 weeks in advance of auditions.
Rehearsals for our productions typically occur after school Monday-Friday from 3:30 -6:00 P.M. and on Saturday afternoons from 1:00-5:00 P.M.
Please contact Gibbons Drama Artistic Director Mr. Kevin Ferguson with any questions or for more information.
Tech Theater: Gibbons Drama's Technical Theater program plays a vital role in our commitment to excellence and professionalism in all that we do. If you enjoy collaboration, creativity and have a passion for theater, our technical theater production program offers a wide variety of participation opportunities for all CGHS students.
If you'd like to take advantage of any of our technical theater opportunities, please contact Gibbons Drama Technical Director Ms. Karestin Harrison for more information.
Gibbons Drama provides students the opportunity to explore and experience all areas of the theatrical arts, including both performance-based and technical theater classes.
Drama students engage the imagination, the voice, and the body in immersive project-based learning in a classroom environment that is supportive and challenging. In the process, drama students gain valuable skills in the areas of critical thinking, creative problem-solving, collaboration, self-discipline, self-confidence, leadership, and perseverance.
- Drama I (freshmen-by audition)
- Drama II (sophomores)
- Drama III (juniors, seniors)
- Drama IV Honors (seniors)
- Musical Theater Workshop Honors (juniors, seniors-by audition)
- Four levels of technical theater classes
Detailed information about all Drama Program academic course offerings can be found via the Fine Arts Course Descriptions.
We are an ensemble-driven community of creative leaders
who embrace and share our gifts to glorify God through the art of theater.
The Gibbons Drama Drama I Placement Workshop for incoming freshmen (Class of '22) was held on Saturday, February 3. Thanks to everyone who participated.
If you'd still like to be considered for placement in Drama I, we're more than happy to have you join us. --please contact drama program artistic director Mr. Kevin Ferguson.