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Exciting things are coming this year! Look forward to brand new student showcases; a Holiday Radio Play broadcast on Hometown Radio, 1340AM; a children's theatre project hosting local elementary schools; junior high assemblies; student-directed one-acts; participation in two regional theatre festivals; and a mainstage production in the Spring.
Drama students compete to perform in two regional theatre festivals. Scenes will be from contemporary and classic plays. 6:30pm Multi-Purpose Room.
Drama students compete to perform in two regional theatre festivals. Monologues will be from contemporary and classic plays. 6:30pm Multi-Purpose Room.
Argonaut Drama presents their annual holiday tradition, with a spaghetti dinner, dessert auction, and A Christmas Carol radio play, presented by Beginning and Advanced Drama.
Argonaut and Amador Drama combine forces to entertain the local junior high students.
"By embracing the best of its traditions over the past 56 years while concurrently seeking out opportunities to improve its programs with newly recommended changes, the Lenaea Festival continues to provide a life-long memory of teamwork, camaraderie, networking, and an overall spirit of theatre that is rarely experienced in such a compacted period of time as these three powerful days." Argonaut will present a student-directed one-act, and compete in solo and duo acting, as well as musical theatre. Visit the official website of the Lenaea Festival for more information.
Argonaut Advanced Drama presents a student original, plus winning acting scenes and monologues.
Like Lenaea, MLDF is an opportunity for Argonaut drama students to showcase their work, gain valuable critiques from theatre professionals, and enjoy the comradery of theatre students from across Northern California. MLDF is held each year on the campus of Amador High School, under the direction of Mr. Giles Turner. Our one-act performs Saturday, April 22, at 11:45am.
Argonaut Drama proudly presents William Shakespeare's little-known comdey gem, set in the 1980s. Break out the hair spray and shoulder pads. We Got The Beat! Performances are Thursday at 6:30pm, and Friday and Saturday at 7pm in the Multi-Purpose Room. $6 for students, $8 for general admission.
Last update: 8/1/2016