2017-2018 Festivals

DTASC Scholarship Auditions
Saturday, May 12 at California High School
9800 Mills Avenue,
Whittier, CA 90604

2018 DTASC Scholarship Information
Where to Submit Applications
Scholarship Applications to Download

 

JUNE BUSINESS MEETING
June 2, 2018
Santa Fe High School
10800 Orr and Day Road
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
9:00am-2:00pm
This is the meeting where we choose next year’s events and hold Board Elections. This is your chance to provide input and guidance for our organization.

Click here to Nominate a Member for DTASC Board (Nominations due May 18)
Positions and Descriptions


To Suggest Categories for Next Year’s Festival, email
Roger Graziani
Make sure to include:
FALL FESTIVAL
2-4 person scenes
3-6 person scenes
3-10 person scene

SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL
2-4 person scenes
3-10 person scene

 

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

 


 


Give the gift of higher education and help young artists to achieve their dreams. We believe that a higher education should be available to everyone, regardless of financial limitations.

With your donation, you will be helping high school seniors to achieve their college degree in Theatre Arts. We appreciate your charitable donations in any amount.

DTASC is a 501(c)3 organization.

2017 DTASC Scholarship Recipients
Congratulations to all of our DTASC Scholarship Recipients and to everyone who auditioned.
Mario Lomeli Scholarship:
Luke Carter
DTASC Tech Design Scholarship:
Diane Park – Palisades Charter High School
DTASC Acting Scholarship Recipients:
Kirsten Hoj – Nordhoff HS
Kristen Wisnewski – Thousand Oaks HS
Shaila Essley – LA County High School for the Arts
Austin Kelly – Palos Verdes Peninsula HS

Our 2016-2018 DTASC Board of Directors:

President Susan Eiden
Exec. Vice President Seth Cohen
JV/Middle School Vice President Scott Hunter
Treasurer Lynn Lanning
Recording Secretary Bill Garrett
Membership Secretary Derek Heid
Varsity Registrar Marcia Barryte
JV/Middle School Registrar Barbara Zatarain
Historian Roger Graziani
Advocacy Coordinator Gai Jones
President Ex-Officio Brian Bozanich
Parliamentarian Josh Brady
Social Media Liaison Nicole Pedroche

If you are reaching a DTASC Milestone year (10, 20, 25 years etc) please contact  Susan Eiden