One of the most beloved musicals of all time, Fiddler on the Roof, a joint production from the Helena and Capital High Theatre and Music Departments, will audition September 12th at Capital High and September 13th at Helena High. The shows will be performed Thursday, November 9- 11 and November 16-19 2017. Rehearsals will be Tuesday through Friday from 4:00PM to 6:00 PM at Capital High School, and the show will be performed in the CHS auditorium.
Audition format is cold reading and a song we will teach to you at the audition – no experience is necessary so if you have ever wanted to be in a play – this is your chance!
For the safety of our students, team members, and community, there will be no meetings or events at our school during the school closure. This includes concerts and art exhibitions. We will continue to keep you informed throughout the closure of our schools, and we sincerely look forward to seeing everyone in person as soon as is possible and responsible.
If you need help, advice, suggestions, or to schedule a virtual arts gathering, contact your child’s art instructor. If you have a question about any of the arts calendars, please email Kevin Cleary at email@example.com.
The thespians from Helena knocked the ball out of the park!
CHS Awards included Alicia Treichler’s outstanding female lead in a drama, and their show “Sorry Wrong Number.” “Sorry Wrong Number” garnered the open spot to represent Montana at the International Thespian Festival in Lincoln Nebraska. This is a HUGE deal as only one show from each state or country is allowed – and the show must be adjudicated by strict standards to even be considered for this slot. So in short it has to be an amazing production with everything working to perfection -which it did!
HHS students awards included: Rachel Martorana won the thespian Olympics in Tonga twister, Aaron Fossadal won Best Student Director For “The Volcano Project” Erin Longdon and Kyle Delaney won Best Scene Partners for their Ensemble performance in “The Volcano Project” Tianna Thurston won a $1000.00 State Thespian Scholarship to any university she wishes to go to, and Matt Garcia won one of the technical theater scholarships to the University of Montana Department of Drama Dance.