Crush By Stephen Gregg Will Be Wilsonville High School’s First Online Show, Premiering Friday, May 29th at 7 pm

New Link For Sunday Night’s Show: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/wilsonville-high-school-wilsonville-or/evt4a5e8cdc71

New Link For Saturday Night’s Show: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/wilsonville-high-school-wilsonville-or/evt594602a6e2

New Link For Friday Night’s Show: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/wilsonville-high-school-wilsonville-or/evtbf2492d655

CRUSH, A Sci-Fi Comedy By Stephen Gregg
Directed by Jason Katz
NEW DATES: Online May 29, 30 & 31 at 7 pm
Recommended For Ages 12 And Up
View The List Of Cast, Crew & Team HERE
See the article in the Wilsonville Spokesman HERE

Shows will air at 7 pm on Friday May 29th, Saturday May 30th & Sunday May 31. Don’t miss our first-ever online production! We appreciate your support.

To watch a show, visit https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/wilsonville-high-school-wilsonville-or and scroll down to select a performance.

Donations may be made securely at: https://www.schoolpay.com/pay/for/Wilsonville-High-School-Theatre-Donation/SelHLA9

Wilsonville High School Theatre’s Spring Show To Be Streamed Online With Actors Performing From Home 

Wilsonville High School Theatre is proud to premiere their first online production on Friday, May 29th at 7 pm. Crush, by Stephen Gregg, a contemporary play with 25 performers, will stream three times online. The online play is directed by Jason Katz. Actors are rehearsing from home, using the video conferencing platform Zoom and WVHS Theatre will present the play as an online video with some costumes and sound effects.

Audience members may view the show from home during online showtimes. You do not need to get on Zoom to view the show, which will be edited and then streamed on a secure platform used by the school’s broadcast network. Tickets will not be required to view the production, however the department will be taking donations via Schoolpay, a secure donation platform used by the district.

Crush is a play about teenagers attempting to save the world from alien invasion. Welcome to Pin Cushion, California: population 791 and falling fast. Pin Cushion High School Drama has reached its final-ever production: Our Town. Despite never having once gotten a part, Bark Melon is 16 and delightfully goofy despite some recent hard times—is convinced that he’s going to get a lead. But Bark’s audition goes awry when Aspen, the new student, enters and a chorus of malevolent voices enters with her. Only Bark can hear (and later see) that Aspen is not what she seems, that she’s actually the lead body of a six-bodied alien creature.

Soon, strange things start to happen. Giant hearts appear on the billboards leading into town. Mysterious, impossible-to-open envelopes flit through the air and hint at secret admirers. And, one by one, love-struck teenagers fall into inexplicable comas. Not a single person believes Bark when he says that Aspen is responsible for what’s happening—not his father, not his classmates, not Aspen’s head-over-heels boyfriend, not even Chloe, the ferociously competent girl who has declared Bark her boyfriend. Bark’s attempt to stop the aliens himself ends disastrously. He’ll need the help of the entire town because it’s clear that these aliens are only the advance team for a giant ship already heading toward earth—and that their plan to take over the world has something to do with Our Town. Crush is hilarious, heartbreaking and full of unforgettable characters. It’s a play about what it means to love someone and what it means to be human.

Crush was cast just prior to the school closure and the students had their scripts. The mandatory school closure happened on the day when the first read-through of the show was slated. All rehearsals including the read-through have taken place online. The complete list of performers and crew is available on the WildCatDrama.com website: https://wildcatdrama.com/our-spring-play-crush-by-stephen-gregg-will-be-streamed-three-times-online-at-the-end-of-may/

Tune in for this exciting adventure in online theatre. The best way to receive reminders and alerts for viewing times is to sign up for the department’s email newsletter at WildCatDrama.com and to follow their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/WilsonvilleHighSchoolTheatreDepartment/.

Showtimes for Crush are: Friday, May 29th at 7 pm, Saturday, May 30th at 7 pm, Sunday, May 31st at 7 pm. The show is recommended for ages 12 and up. Go to the following link and scroll down to select a performance: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/wilsonville-high-school-wilsonville-or

Donations may be made securely at: https://www.schoolpay.com/pay/for/Wilsonville-High-School-Theatre-Donation/SelHLA9

Our Spring Play, Crush By Stephen Gregg, Will Be Streamed Three Times Online At The End Of May

CRUSH, A Sci-Fi Comedy By Stephen Gregg
Directed by Jason Katz
NEW DATES: Online May 29, 30 & 31 at 7 pm
Recommended For Ages 12 And Up
View The List Of Cast, Crew & Team HERE
See the article in the Wilsonville Spokesman HERE

Shows will air at 7 pm on Friday May 29th, Saturday May 30th & Sunday May 31. Don’t miss our first-ever online production! We appreciate your support.

To watch a show, visit https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/wilsonville-high-school-wilsonville-or and scroll down to select a performance.

Donations may be made securely at: https://www.schoolpay.com/pay/for/Wilsonville-High-School-Theatre-Donation/SelHLA9

Wilsonville High School Theatre is pleased to announce that our spring play, Crush by Stephen Gregg, will be shown online three times at the end of May. Department co-chairs Jason Katz and John Fitzgerald have been working with actors and crew online using Zoom to prepare for the online performances. Full details about the performance are forthcoming. In the meantime, meet the cast and crew!

Auditions were held in-person the week before school closures and the first read-through took place online. This is all-new territory for Wilsonville High School Theatre, and we are very excited to be able to proceed with our show in an online format.

Here’s a synopsis of the story: Welcome to Pin Cushion, California: population 791 and falling fast. Pin Cushion High School Drama has reached its final-ever production: Our Town. Despite never having once gotten a part, Bark Melon—16 and delightfully goofy despite some recent hard times—is convinced that he’s going to get a lead. But Bark’s audition goes awry when Aspen, the new student, enters and a chorus of malevolent voices enters with her. Only Bark can hear (and later see) that Aspen is not what she seems, that she’s actually the lead body of a six-bodied alien creature. Soon, strange things start to happen. Giant hearts appear on the billboards leading into town. Mysterious, impossible-to-open envelopes flit through the air and hint at secret admirers. And, one by one, love-struck teenagers fall into inexplicable comas. Not a single person believes Bark when he says that Aspen is responsible for what’s happening—not his father, not his classmates, not Aspen’s head-over-heels boyfriend, not even Chloe, the ferociously competent girl who has declared Bark her boyfriend. Bark’s attempt to stop the aliens himself ends disastrously. He’ll need the help of the entire town because it’s clear that these aliens are only the advance team for a giant ship already heading toward earth—and that their plan to take over the world has something to do with Our TownCrush is hilarious, heartbreaking and full of unforgettable characters. It’s a play about what it means to love someone and what it means to be human.

Meet the cast of Crush
Written by Stephen Gregg
Directed by Jason Katz
Wilsonville High School Theatre Department

Bark – Cian Lister 

Chloe – Natalie Caddell

Jessica – Katie Walter

Cole – Casey Young

Aspen – Samantha Katz

Aspen 2 – Amy Gregg

Crick – Laura Jeffrey

Flx – Wyett Butler

(Exhalation) – Shay Moore

Winn – Lily Saunders

Lincoln – Cormac Lister

Ms. Prokopiak – Lizzie Hall

Lisa Finch-Fox – Ainsley Mayes

Claire De Lune Guy – Chance Kirk

Maybelline – Jillian Dauth

Devon – Chandler Hartenberger

Crooper – John Cramer

Announcer – Logan Demarais

“Government Official” – Blake Sandall

 

Townspeople:

Ethan Sarin

Shay Moore

Lauren Bresnahan

Keira Kerner

Abby Nowak

Ainsley Mayes

Blake Sandall

Logan Demarais

John Cramer

 

Crew & Team

Meghan Barry — Online Stage Manager

Andrew Murphy — Assistant Online Stage Manager

Vy Frolov — Sound Design

Production Supervisor — John Fitzgerald

Publicity — Christina Katz

 

Showtimes for Crush are: Friday, May 29th at 7 pm, Saturday, May 30th at 7 pm, Sunday, May 31st at 7 pm. The show is recommended for ages 12 and up. Go to the following link and scroll down to select a performance: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/wilsonville-high-school-wilsonville-or

Donations may be made securely at: https://www.schoolpay.com/pay/for/Wilsonville-High-School-Theatre-Donation/SelHLA9

Celebrating Our Students Who Placed At The Regional Thespian Competition

On Saturday February 1, 2020, WVHS Theatre competed in our Regional Thespian competition. Unfortunately, our State Thespian Competition was cancelled. However we still want to acknowledge the following students who placed in their categories. Most importantly, everyone who attended had a great time and we are looking forward to all of our Thespian events next year!

State Qualifier (indicates that they were among the top 10% of scores in their category in the region and qualified for State):

Duo Musical
Averyl Hartje and Siona Olson

Small Group Musical
Noah Hansen, Samantha Katz, Kaiya Shivers

Large Group Musical
Natalie Caddell, John Cramer, Logan Demarais, Austin Emmett, Lizzie Hall, Samantha Katz, Chance Kirk, Ari Lauthner, Cian Lister, Cormac Lister, Tenley Lubisich, Donald Nuffer, Lily Saunders, Anna Stanley, Katie Walter, Casey Young

Solo Acting
Casey Young
Katie Walter

Duo Comedic Novice
Wyett Butler and Blake Sandall

Duo Comedic Experienced
Averyl Hartje and Mikaela Ochocki

Regional Finalist (indicates that they were among the top 20% of scores in their category in the region):

Duo Musical
Kameron Koslowski and Chance Kirk
Mikaela Ochocki and Kate Jeffries

Solo Acting
Lizzie Hall

Group Acting
Jillian Dauth, Logan Demarais, Laura Jeffrey, Cian Lister, Blake Sandall, Alex Wellborn

Duo Comedic Novice
Lily Saunders and Lauren Bresnahan

Duo Dramatic Experienced
Samantha Katz and Natalie Young

Tickets Are Now On Sale For The Imaginary Invalid: Check Out The Cast & Crew List

The Imaginary Invalid At Wilsonville High SchoolWVHS’s The Imaginary Invalid By Moliere Is Sure To Delight Audiences

Wilsonville High School Theatre Arts Department is proud to present Moliere’s classic farce, The Imaginary Invalid. Monsieur Ardin, a fearful but miserly hypochondriac, played by senior Casey Young, divides his time between summoning the doctor to care for his ills and trying not to settle the resultant bills. He resolves to marry his daughter, Angélique, played by senior Samantha Katz, to a medical student, hoping to acquire unlimited access to gratis consultation. The chosen fiancé is an unattractive dolt named Thomas, played by sophomore Chance Kirk, who would never interest Angélique, even if she were not already in love with clever, handsome Cléante, played by junior Cormac Lister, who poses as her music instructor.

Ardin’s wife Beline, played by senior Mikaela Ochocki, plans to send Angélique to a convent, removing her from the line inheritance. At the urging of the sensible servant Toinette, played by senior Averyl Hartje, he feigns death to test his wife’s affection only to discover her contempt. Again with the help of Toinette, Beralde (Ardin’s sensible brother played by senior Katie Walter) tries to persuade Ardin to liberate himself from the twin tyrannies of his ailing body and his grasping physicians. The play closes with musical pomp and pidgin Latin.

This show is recommended for ages 12 and up. There are six performances in the Wilsonville Auditorium and they are all evening shows. The show begins at 7 pm on February 27, 28, 29 and March 5, 6, 7. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students and children. Tickets may be pre-purchased here.

CAST

Ardin: Casey Young

Toinette: Averyl Hartje

Angelique: Samantha Katz

Beline: Mikaela Ochocki

Bonnefoi: John Cramer

Cleante: Cormac Lister

Defois: Ari Lauhtner

Thomas: Chance Kirk

Louise: Hanna Jacobs

Beralde: Katie Walter

Fleurante: Blake Sandall

Purjon: Ethan Sarin

CREW

Stage Manager – Meghan Barry

Student Director / Light Board Operator – Sam Duran

Sound Design – Vy Frolov

Sound Board Operator – Donald Nuffer

Prop Master / Set Dresser – Kate Hedgepeth

Backstage Manager – Kaitlyn Graves

Stage Hands – Logan Demarais, Andrew Murphy

Costume / Hair / Make-up Manager – Ellie Counts

Costume / Hair / Make-up – Esme Krause, Marissa Stucki, Rhiannon Torango

House Manager – Sarina Kaufman

Front of House – Natalie Caddell, Cian Lister, Jeremey Katz

Cast & Crew Night On Broadway Showcase 2020

Wilsonville High School Night On Broadway 2020Wildcat Drama Presents Annual Night On Broadway Showcase On January 30th and 31st

Dozens of WVHS students will perform in the Night On Broadway Thespian Showcase on January 30th and 31st in the Wilsonville High School Auditorium. These two nights of showcases of Regional Competition pieces are the most multi-faceted performances of the year for the Theatre Department.

The troupe has prepared 30 acting and musical theater pieces they plan to take to the Regional Thespian Competition on February 1st. Scenes that finalize at Regionals will advance to the State Thespian Competition in Salem this April. The evening will feature a range of theatrical pieces from large group musical numbers to solo musical numbers and from multiple-actor acting scenes to solo acting pieces.

Jason Katz and John Fitzgerald direct the musical and acting scenes, with some musical numbers choreographed by WVHS seniors Samantha Katz and Mikaela Ochocki. Music direction of musical numbers is by Andrew Bray, a professional music director who works with many Portland professional theatres. Bray is returning for his third year.

The Night On Broadway showcase runs for two nights in the Wilsonville High School Auditorium. Having an audience helps students learn what it will take to give a winning performance at Regionals. Tickets are available for $5 at the door before the events, which is a suggested donation. This showcase contains mature themes, and is recommended for ages 13 and up.

Act One

Large Group Musical: Natalie Caddell, John Cramer, Logan Demarais, Austin Emmett, Lizzie Hall, Samantha Katz, Chance Kirk, Ari Lauthner, Cian Lister, Cormac Lister, Tenley Lubisich, Donald Nuffer, Lily Saunders, Anna Stanley, Katie Walter, Casey Young

Duet Acting Comedic Novice: Ainsley Mayes and Jillian Dauth

Group Acting: Maddie Downs, Anna Marciniak, Eleanor Marshall

Duet Acting Comedic Experienced: Lizzie Hall and Chance Kirk

Musical Theatre Solo: Annabelle McClelland

Duet Acting Comedic Experienced: John Cramer and Cian Lister

Duet Acting Dramatic Novice: Jeremy Katz and Logan Demarais

Muscial Theatre Duet:  Mikeala Ochocki and Kate Jeffries

Duet Acting Comedic Experienced: Kate Hedgepeth and Donald Nuffer

Acting Solo Experienced: Hannah Jacobs

Duet Acting Dramatic Experienced: Samantha Katz and Natalie Young

Solo Acting Novice: Rhiannon Torango

Musical Theatre Duet: Chance Kirk and Kameron Koslowski

Acting Solo Experienced: Lizzie Hall

Duet Acting Comedic Novice: Lily Saunders and Lauren Bresnahan

Small Group Musical Theatre: Kaiya Shivers, Samantha Katz, and Noah Hansen

 

Act Two

Small Group Musical Theatre: Austin Emmett, Averyl Hartje, Kate Jeffries, Ari Lauthner, and Cormac Lister

Group Acting: Jillian Dauth, Logan Demarais, Laura Jeffrey, Cian Lister, Blake Sandall, Alex Wellborn

Solo Acting Experienced: Casey Young

Musical Theatre Duet: Annabelle McClelland and Noah Hansen

Duet Acting Comedic Novice: Wyett Butler and Blake Sandall

Solo Acting Experienced: Katie Walter

Musical Theatre Duet: Siona Olson and Averyl Hartje

Duet Acting Dramatic Experienced: Ari Lauthner and Casey Young

Musical Theatre Solo: Claudia Molatore

Duet Acting Comedic Experienced: Averyl Hartje and Mikeala Ochocki

Musical Theatre Solo: Katie Walter

Solo Acting Experienced: Wyett Butler

Duet Acting Comedic Experienced: Hannah Jacobs and Cormac Lister

Large Group Musical Theatre: Kaiya Shivers, Natalie Young, Rhiannon Torango, Siona Olson, Mikaela Ochocki, Claudia Molatore, Elle McGuire, Ainsely Mayes, Hannah Jacobs, Kate Hedgepeth, Chandler Hartenberger, Jessica Hansen, Grace Folske, Kara Emmett, and Lauren Bresnahan

 

Crew

Stage Manager – Meghan Barry

Light Board Operator – Sam Duran

Spotlights – David Ramsay, Ashton West

Sound – Vy Frolov and Payton Bell

Backstage Manager – Andrew Murphy

House Manager – Sarina Kaufman

Thank You, Wilsonville Jeep Ram, Our Platinum Season Sponsor

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Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella At Wilsonville High School Press Release

WVHS’s Updated Broadway-version of Cinderella Is A Tale Of Creative Collaboration And Personal Empowerment

Wilsonville High School Performing Arts Department is proud to present Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella. While there are many versions of this classic fairy tale, WVHS will perform the recently updated Broadway version, which premiered in 2013 with Laura Osnes as Cinderella and Santino Fontano as Prince Topher.

Senior Samantha Katz plays Ella, dubbed ‘Cinderella’ by her less than supportive step-mother, Madame, played by senior Katie Walter. Prince Topher is played by senior Ari Lauthner. Like Ella, he has challenges with the older generation, mostly springing from a manipulative guardian named Sebastian, played by senior Casey Young.

Topher should be happy, after all, he is the prince. But despite being an above-average slayer of dragons, giants and ogres, he doesn’t know who he is. On the other side of the forest, Ella lives in a cottage with her step-mother and spoiled step-sisters, Gabriella, played by senior Mikaela Ochocki, and Charlotte played by senior Averyl Hartje. Ella has settled into her lot in life and has learned to tolerate poor treatment from her step-sisters and their doting mother. She is content to live in a fantasy world until she is lured beyond her own little corner of the house when she hears that the prince is giving a ball.

Bringing the magic and possibilities is ‘crazy’ Marie, played by junior Kaiya Shivers, an elderly women, who turns out to be not quite as cuckoo as everyone thinks. Once she transforms into Ella’s fairy godmother the entire production takes a turn towards the magical.

This version of the fairy tale has a new character, a political activist in Renaissance times, Jean Michele, played by junior Cormac Lister, who longs to romance step-sister Gabriella. Another new addition to this version of the story is Lord Pinkleton, comedic town crier for the crown played by sophomore Cian Lister.

This show puts the spotlight on contemporary themes: choosing kindness over cruelty, activating personal power, transforming unfortunate circumstances, taking risks, standing up to difficult others, and blossoming into a person who can forgive those who have made mistakes.

By the end of the show, Ella reminds us that with the help of a few friends, anyone can access enough personal power to trust themselves, make a difference and become the change needed in the world.

According to director Jason Katz, “Initially, I was looking for a show with enough female parts for all the students we have who want to participate. With all of the ballroom dances, village scenes and even a chase scene, Cinderella fits that bill. But this version of the fairy tale is really an empowerment story about two young people, who don’t feel like they have a voice in their own lives. By connecting with like-minded others, they get and give the help they need to become more clear and assertive, and ultimately that’s what creates the happy ending for Ella and Topher.”

Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella is a team effort of the performing arts departments at Wilsonville High School. Jason Katz is in his sixteenth year of directing musicals. Choir director Annie Kubitschek is the vocal director for her fourth year. Chad Davies will conduct the pit orchestra for the eighth time. Choreographing her second show at WVHS is Kate Jahnson. John Fitzgerald is tech director for his eleventh year.

This is a live theatrical production of the original Broadway show and is therefore recommended for ages 5 and up. There are six performances in the Wilsonville Auditorium and they are all evening shows. The show begins at 7 pm on November 7, 8, 9, 14, 15 and 16. Tickets for Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella are $12 for adults and $10 for students and children. Tickets may be pre-purchased at www.wildcatdrama.com.

Announcing The Cast & Crew Of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Our November 2019 Musical

Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella at Wilsonville High SchoolTickets On Sale Now! CLICK HERE TO ORDER ONLINE

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Ella – Samantha Katz
Topher – Ari Lauthner
Madame – Katie Walter
Sebastian – Casey Young
Marie – Kaiya Shivers
Gabrielle – Mikaela Ochocki
Charlotte – Averyl Hartje
Jean-Michel – Cormac Lister
Lord Pinkleton – Cian Lister

 

Ensemble

Chance Kirk
Wyett Butler
John Cramer
Ethan Sarin
Blake Sandall
Donald Nuffer
Hailey Flick
Penelope Burian
Lauren Bresnahan
Lizzie Hall
Jessica Hansen
Chandler Hartenberger
Kate Hedgepeth
Hannah Jacobs
Claire Ihlenberg
Tristan Ihlenberg
Kate Jeffries
Ainsley Mayes
Shay Moore
Siona Olson
Lily Saunders
Kara Emmett
Anna Stanley
Rhiannon Torango
Natalie Caddell
Angelina Heimerdinger
Claudia Molatore
Elle McGuire
Courtney Lawrence
Keira Kerner
Alex Wellborn

 

Crew

Stage Manager – Meghan Barry
Light Board Operator – Sam Duran
Spotlights- Gavin Devincenzi and Luke Heidelberger
Makeup/costume/hair lead – Ellie Counts
Makeup/costume/hair team – Esme Krause, Jillian Dauth, Courtney Milburn, Marisa Stucki and Shaylee Ochocki
Backstage Manager – Andrew Murphy
Stage hands – Kaitlyn Graves, Logan Demarais, Ben Nieuwstraten, Ashton West, Noah Hansen, David Ramsey
House Manager – Sarina Kaufman
Front of House techs – Natalie Opager, Bella Glastra Van Loon, Dawn Quintero, Sydney Carskadon, Hayley Stahl
Sound board operator – Vy Frolov
Sound board assistant – Payton Bell

About Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella

Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella is the new Broadway adaptation of the classic musical. This contemporary take on the classic tale features Rodgers & Hammerstein’s most beloved songs, including “In My Own Little Corner,” “Impossible/It’s Possible” and “Ten Minutes Ago,” alongside a hilarious and romantic libretto by Tony Award nominee Douglas Carter Beane as well as some new characters, and surprising twists.

Originally presented on television in 1957 starring Julie Andrews, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA was twice re-made, first in 1965 for Lesley Ann Warren and then again in 1997 featuring Brandy and Whitney Houston. The original Broadway production opened in 2013 and starred Laura Osnes, Santino Fontana, Victoria Clark and Harriet Harris.

Running Time: 2 hours, 15 minutes, including one intermission

Opening night will be Thursday, November 7th and will continue on the 8th, 9th, 14th, 15th & 16th. All shows at 7 pm in the WVHS auditorium. Tickets on sale soon! Please sign up for our email newsletter. Text WILDCATDRAMA to 22828.

Wilsonville High School’s 2019-2020 Theatre Season Poster (Please Note Cinderella Schedule Change)

SCHEDULE CHANGE: Although we originally announced a matinée for Cinderella, due to scheduling conflicts beyond our control, we will no longer be able to offer a matinée. All shows begin at 7 pm. Cinderella is for ages five and up.

Wilsonville High School Theatre 2019-2020 Season

Our Poster For She Kills Monsters By Qui Nguyen Is Getting Noticed (You Can Now License The Artwork For Your Show!)

Have you seen our poster for She Kills Monsters? It’s killer.

Art by Kameron Koslowski and poster design by Jason Katz.

Poster artwork can be licensed by theatres through Wilsonville High School Theatre Department. All proceeds go to the artist.

Please use our Contact page to get in touch with department co-chair, Jason Katz.

She Kills Monsters runs May 16-18 and 23-25 at 7pm in the Wilsonville High School Auditorium. Tickets are available online at www.wildcatdrama.com and at the door. Prices are $10 for adults and $8 for students. The show is recommended for ages thirteen and up.

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!