2018-2019 DTASC Festivals

Shakespeare Festival Mandatory Meeting – January 26, 2019
Charter Oak High School
1430 E Covina Blvd, Covina, 91724

9am-2pm (New Teachers at 8am)

Shakespeare Combined Festival - April 27, 2019
Citrus Hill High School
18150 Wood Rd, Perris 92570

Shakespeare Festival Categories
0. Tech Theater – Sets/Lights/Graphics
(Featured plays; Hamlet & As You Like It)
I. Tech Theater – Court Costumes
II. Tech Theater – Character Costumes (Featured plays; Hamlet & As You Like It)
III. Audition Monologue
IV. Straight Cut - Death Scenes
(Scene must feature the death of a character)
V. Clowns & Fools – Scenes must feature a character perceived to be a fool or a clown – jesters accepted)
VI. Women With Power
VII. Large Group Dramatic – Open

VIII. Large Group Comedic – As You Like It
IX. Modern Musical Based on Shakespeare

Fall 2018 Festivals
Varsity Division -
October 20, 2018
Junior Varsity / Middle School - November 3, 2018

View the Final Results From All Three Divisions Here

Fall Festival Categories:
0. Tech Theater – Sets/Lights (Disney Musicals)
I. Tech Theater – Costume Design (Disney Musicals)
II. Tech Theater – Graphics/Publicity (Disney Musicals)
III. Audition Monologue
IV. Straight Cut – Open Drama
V. Open Comedy
VI. Student Original
VII. Large Open Drama
VIII. Large Open Comedy
IX. Musical – It’s Nice to be Nominated


MASTER CUTTINGS FORM TO BRING TO FESTIVAL

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Shakespeare Festival Mandatory Meeting – January 26, 2019

Charter Oak High School
1430 E Covina Blvd, Covina, 91724

9am-2pm (New Teachers at 8am)

Shakespeare Combined Festival - April 27, 2019
Citrus Hill High School
18150 Wood Rd, Perris 92570

Shakespeare Festival Categories
0. Tech Theater – Sets/Lights/Graphics
(Featured plays; Hamlet & As You Like It)
I. Tech Theater – Court Costumes
II. Tech Theater – Character Costumes (Featured plays; Hamlet & As You Like It)
III. Audition Monologue
IV. Straight Cut - Death Scenes
(Scene must feature the death of a character)
V. Clowns & Fools – Scenes must feature a character perceived to be a fool or a clown – jesters accepted)
VI. Women With Power
VII. Large Group Dramatic – Open

VIII. Large Group Comedic – As You Like It
IX. Modern Musical Based on Shakespeare

 

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2017-2018 Festivals

Shakespeare Festival Results
Detailed Results – Varsity Division
Detailed Results – Junior Varsity Division
Detailed Results - Middle School Division

Shakespeare Festival Categories:
0. Tech Theater – Sets/Lights/Graphics (Featured plays; Titus Andronicus & Taming of the Shrew)
I. Tech Theater – Court Costumes
II. Tech Theater – Character Costumes (Featured plays; Titus Andronicus & Taming of the Shrew)
III. Audition Monologue
IV. Shakespeare Bare Stage – Open, Straight Cut, No Chairs
V. Wizarding World of Shakespeare – Scenes must feature magic, wizardry, sorcery, etc.
VI. Breeches
VII. Large Group Dramatic – Titus Andronicus; Middle School ONLY: Open Drama
VIII. Large Group Comedic – Taming of the Shrew
IX. Shakespeare the Musical

 

Fall Festival Results:
Complete List of Winners from all Festivals
DETAILED RESULTS – Varsity Festival
DETAILED RESULTS – Junior Varsity Festival
DETAILED RESULTS – Middle School Festival

Fall Festival Categories:
0. Tech Theater – Sets/Lights (Alice In Wonderland)
I. Tech Theater – Costume/Makeup (Alice In Wonderland)
II. Tech Theater – Graphics/Publicity (Alice In Wonderland)
III. Audition Monologue
IV. Straight Cut – Leading Ladies (At least one of the main characters must be a female.)
V. Horror/Thriller Plays
VI. Student Original – Based on a Painting, Renaissance to 1970
(Bring two images of the painting. One for the Master Cuttings Form, one for the judges to see).
VII. Large Group Open Drama
VIII. Large Group Open Comedy
IX. Open Musical

 


 


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2018 DTASC Scholarship Recipients
Congratulations to all of our DTASC Scholarship Recipients and to everyone who auditioned.

Mario Lomeli Scholarship:
Michaela Mahoney -Verdugo Hills HS
Julianna Goldsmith - Archer School for Girls
Sami Staitman - Calabassas HS
Alexa Jones - PV Peninsula HS
Isabella Navarro - PV Peninsula HS
Dominique Payne - Carson HS
Tatiana Martinez - California HS

Our 2018-2020 DTASC Board of Directors:

President

Susan Eiden

Exec. Vice President

Stephen Whelan

Varsity Vice President

Roger Graziani

JV/Middle School Vice President

Barbara Zatarain

Treasurer

Lynn Lanning

Recording Secretary

Bill Garrett

Membership Secretary

Joshua Brady

Varsity Registrar

Marcia Barryte

JV/Middle School Registrar

Scott Hunter

Historian

Art Miller

Advocacy Coordinator

Gai Jones

President Ex-Officio

Brian Bozanich

Parliamentarian

Michael Nevarez

Social Media Liaison

Nicole Pedroche

Social Chairperson

Christine Kolb

Web Manager

Seth Cohen

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