Leominster High hosts round in Massachusetts High School Drama Guild Festival
LHS is performing "Lion and Mouse Stories," a children's theater piece about a mouse trying to dissuade a hungry lion with fables, said junior Allyson Doyle, 16.
they're looking forward to seeing the offerings from the competition there's always a variety of shows, Omega Seamaster Quartz Gold from drama to comedy, to historical or abstract, said senior Sean Lynch, 17.
set to host a preliminary round for the Massachusetts High School Drama Guild Festival.
Mastroianni said she's excited for LHS to host for the first time, especially considering recent upgrades to the large Cousins Auditorium, which have made it a first rate theater.
LEOMINSTER Student actors from eight different schools will take the stage at Leominster High School this Saturday, as LHS gets Burberry Crossbody Clutch
Lynch said he and the 30 cast members, along with about eight LHS crew members, are shooting to make it to finals this year.
"They don't judge you on the show that you pick; it is how well you do the show that you pick," she said. "It's the unified event."
"I think it's so, so wonderful for the kids," she said during a rehearsal session Monday afternoon. "You get ideas from each other, you see different techniques and original ideas. The kids are so excited, because they get to see the other schools and make new friends."
Three schools from Saturday's preliminary round will go on to semifinals, and two schools from the semifinals will go on to this spring's final festival in Boston. LHS last made it to the finals in 2006, Mastroianni said.
Each school will perform a short play Burberry Purse Uk
"We never could have hosted before when it was raining on the stage," she said with a laugh. "This is also a perfect year to be hosting, because I just have an incredible group of kids."
"I don't even care about winning at that level, if we make it to finals," he said. "I just want to go. I want to see the shows. It's the best of the best there."
"The mouse is basically trying not to get eaten, so he tells the lion a series of stories, and each one of them has a moral," she said. "It's a lot of fun, and it takes a whole lot of energy."
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"No show is the same, and each school has its own style," she said. "You learn something from every one."
"Some schools get really, really creative," he said. "You end up taking a lot from it."
Elizabeth Tournas, 18, a senior, said festival days are long but fun.
FHS and St. Bernard's are both performing comedies, with FHS doing "Of Widows and Vegetables," and St. Bernard's doing "A Danish Soap," according to a press release from FHS.
Mastroianni said the students will be judged on everything, including acting, set design, direction and the technical aspects of the performance.
Leominster High School, Fitchburg High School, St. Bernard's High School, North Middlesex High School, Tewksbury High School, Acton Boxborough Regional High School, Tyngsborough High School and Austin Preparatory School will be performing Saturday at LHS.
40 minutes or less at the all day event, which is open to the public, and will be judged by professional guild members on all aspects of their performance, Andrea Mastroianni, director of the LHS Theatre Company, said Monday.
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