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2018 Fall Musical: DOGFIGHT (PG-13)


Alumni Preview                           

Wednesday, November 28 at 5 p.m.

Show Dates                                   

Thursday, November 29 at 7 p.m.
Friday, November 30 at 7:00 p.m.*
Saturday, December 1 at 7 p.m.
Sunday, December 2 at 2 p.m.
Thursday, December 6 at 7 p.m.
Friday, December 7 at 7 p.m.
Saturday, December 8 at 7 p.m.
*Teacher appearances

Ticket Prices                                

Adults - $12
Students/Senior Citizens - $6


About the Musical 
Dogfight chronicles the last evening of six Marines before they depart to Vietnam. They host a "dogfight" which is a contest to see who can bring the "ugliest" girl. The story then unfolds as our protagonist comes to realize he has real feelings for Rose, the girl he chose to subject to this humiliation. Rose is the example of compassion and empathy that is the heart of the production.

This show asks questions about mob-mentality effects, entitled actions, standing up to friends, and surviving in a world of war and returning home. Although it is an upbeat and fun musical, there is an undertone of layered seriousness that could be mistaken if not seen with mature eyes, therefore the PG-13 rating.

Dogfight deals with sexual harassment, objectification, and abuse. Our theatre program decided to join forces with our Mentors in Violence Prevention program on campus and bring awareness to these issues, that our students face in high school and beyond. Our production is intended to spark tough conversations, not provide answers.

For more information or questions about Dogfight, contact Ms. Meredith Barnidge at barnidgem@dlshs.org.

Box Office

Alumni Preview                                      

Wednesday, November 28 at 5 p.m.

Show Dates                                             

Thursday, November 29 at 7 p.m.
Friday, November 30 at 7:00 p.m.*
Saturday, December 1 at 7 p.m.
Sunday, December 2 at 2 p.m.
Thursday, December 6 at 7 p.m.
Friday, December 7 at 7 p.m.
Saturday, December 8 at 7 p.m.
*Teacher appearances

Ticket Information                                 

Prices
Adults - $12
Students/Senior Citizens - $6

Purchase "Dogfight" Tickets
Tickets are also available at the Bookstore during school hours and at the door 30 minutes before the start of the show.

Cast & Crew for Dogfight

Character Played by
Pete Luke Trujillo
Dinner Patron Luke Trujillo
Restaurant Patron Luke Trujillo
War Scene Marine Luke Trujillo
Sergeant Robert Nelson
Restaurant Patron Robert Nelson
Returning Wounded Vet Robert Nelson
Marcy Eden Herrera / Charlie Stokes
Mama Jessica Pulver / Abby Denton
Solo Dancer Jessica Pulver / Abby Denton
Eddie Birdlace (Marine) Jeff Gilbert
Bernstein (Marine) Justin Campo
Boland (Marine) Brian Vega
Fector (Marine) John Laurence
Stevens (Marine) Brenden Cline
Gibbs (Marine) Andrew Ortega
Rose Fenny Julianna Giamonna / Alana Dallmann
Lounge Singer (That Face) Andrew Dante
Bus Driver Andrew Dante
War Scene Marine Andrew Dante
Chippy SammiE Marchetti
Nicky (Hey Good Looking) SammiE Marchetti
Prelude / Blast Off / Give Way Soloist SammiE Marchetti
Big Tony Toni Hudalla
Steven's Date Toni Hudalla
Hippie Hendrix Toni Hudalla
Waiter Liam Lettire
Hippie Armstrong Liam Lettire
Dogfight Marine Liam Lettire
War Scene Marine Liam Lettire
Ruth Two Bears Jazzy Maestro
Hippie Peace Jazzy Maestro
Peggy Olivia Brown
Hippie Love Olivia Brown
Dogfight Marine Date Olivia Brown
Hippie Woodstock Grace Hatfield
Restaurant Patron Grace Hatfield
Sergeant's Dogfight Date Grace Hatfield
Bus Passenger Dad Cameron Katz
Dogfight Bartender Cameron Katz
Restaurant Patron Cameron Katz
War Scene Marine Cameron Katz
Bus Passenger College Kid Anthony Parker
Dogfight Marine Anthony Parker
War Scene Marine Anthony Parker
Libby Eunice Casa
Dogfight Marine Date Eunice Casa
Restaurant Patron Eunice Casa
Bus Passenger Mom Maggie Heiskell
Suzette (Fector's Date) Maggie Heiskell
Give Way Soloist Maggie Heiskell
Dance CAPTAIN Nora Schultz


Crew

Stage Manager: Dante B.E. Williams
Asst. Stage Manager: Frank Brinkerhoff
Director: Ms. Meredith Barnidge
Asst Director: Ellen Benzanson
Technical Director: Mr. Thomas Wickboldt
Costume and Make up: Ms. Michelle Koski
Choreographer: Ms. Williams
Dance Captain: Nora Schultz
Music Director: Mr. Phair
Music Director Assistant: Andrew Dante
House manager: Lucas Santos

 


 

Spring Play Information - Pygmalion (by Bernard Shaw)

Audition Information

Audition Information for the spring play Pygmalion by Bernard Shaw

English Dialect Workshop Dec 4, 3:30 – 5:30 in the Theatre
Register here: https://goo.gl/forms/DRWwVxIpqvOrsmOp1

Auditions for Pygmalion are Dec 10 – Dec 14.  
Register here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0e4da9ab2faaf94-audition

Please prepare one monologue from the the provided list below.
Monologues are here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hU1wtCtSTqWKVq6C9O4AK7e27G_cNoXF3cUqwSVQIb0/edit?usp=sharing

Show Information

Alumni Preview:
April 3, 2019 at 5 pm

Show Dates: 
April 4, 2019 at 7 pm (Opening Night)
April 5, 2019 at 7 pm
April 6, 2019 at 7 pm
April 7, 2019 at 2 pm
April 11, 2019 at 7 pm
April 13, 2019 at 7 PM

 



Company:  All the World's a Stage

     Ms. Meredith Barnidge 
     Director of Theatre Arts
     Phone Number: (925) 288-8100 ext. 8143
     barnidgem@dlshs.org

     Mr. Thomas Wickboldt
     Technical Director
     Phone Number: (925) 288-8100 ext. 7004
     wickboldtt@dlshs.org
 


Theatre Company Production Archives

2018 Fall Musical: Dogfight


2018 Fall Musical: DOGFIGHT (PG-13)


About the Musical 
Dogfight chronicles the last evening of six Marines before they depart to Vietnam. They host a "dogfight" which is a contest to see who can bring the "ugliest" girl. The story then unfolds as our protagonist comes to realize he has real feelings for Rose, the girl he chose to subject to this humiliation. Rose is the example of compassion and empathy that is the heart of the production.

This show asks questions about mob-mentality effects, entitled actions, standing up to friends, and surviving in a world of war and returning home. Although it is an upbeat and fun musical, there is an undertone of layered seriousness that could be mistaken if not seen with mature eyes, therefore the PG-13 rating.

Dogfight deals with sexual harassment, objectification, and abuse. Our theatre program decided to join forces with our Mentors in Violence Prevention program on campus and bring awareness to these issues, that our students face in high school and beyond. Our production is intended to spark tough conversations, not provide answers.

2018 Spring Musical: Little Shop of Horrors

Spring 2018 Musical: Little Shop of Horrors

About the Musical:

Little Shop of Horrors is a dark comedy. The action opens in Mushnik's Flower Shop, a failing store on Skid Row. The few plants in stock are, like their surroundings, rundown and fading. There, we meet Mr. Mushnik and his two employees, Audrey and the nerdish Seymour Krelborn, who secretly has a crush on his beautiful-but-much-abused co-worker. Seymour brings a strange plant to the flower shop, and business begins to bloom. Seymour's sudden success comes with a price. The plant, which he names Audrey II after his co-woker, demands to be fed human blood. Ultimately, however, Seymour’s natural goodness begins to make him think about his lifestyle and what he must do to maintain it.

Is it too late for him?

2017 Fall Production - The Outsiders

De La Salle High School proudly presents The Outsiders


The Outsiders tells the story of two teen groups whose poisonous rivalry stems from socioeconomic differences. They judge. They stereotype. They viciously act on an unidentified anger that is grounded in hatred and catapulted by misunderstanding. De La Salle’s theme this year is Respect for All Persons. This play is about what it means when a person does not belong to a particular group. In this play – who is the outsider?

That depends on your perspective.

Both groups demonstrate loyalty. Both groups live by a moral code. Both groups experience fear, love and sorrow. We chose this play because, really, aren’t each of us on the “outside” of something based on another person’s perspective?

As audience members we will see both of these groups of teens do horrible and compassionate things to one another. We will champion and pity. Through Ponyboy's eyes we find that the telling of the tale – the thoughtful intent of sharing our worlds – reveals that all people must come to terms with fear, love and sorrow. We don’t always do it the best way we can. We fail. We forgive. We learn. We “re-see” or respect from a new perspective.

This November S.E. Hinton’s Ponyboy shares the story of his experiences with us on the Brother Celestine Cormier Stage. We’d love to see you in the theatre!

Cast List

Character Cast Shadow Cast
Show 11/9,10,11,12,18* Tech 11/15, Show 11/16
Ponyboy Michael Curtis (Past) Nico Schmidt Nico Schmidt
Ponyboy Michael Curtis (Present) Lucas Santos Lucas Santos
Sodapop Patrick Curtis Alvaro Vazquez Derek Rosales
(*additional show on 11/18)
Darrel (Darry) Curtis Colton Hall Jeff Gilbert
Johnny Cade Cameron Katz Dirk Tolson III
Keith (Two-Bit) Matthews Andrew Ortega Joseph Guelld
Dallas (Dally) Winston Cooper McAdoo Cooper McAdoo
Tim Shephard / Jerry Griffin Hunt Griffin Hunt
Curly Shephard / Doctor Ben Maier Ben Maier
Sylvia / Ms. O’Brient Megan Nixon Megan Nixon
Sandy Brooke Phillips Jessica Pulver
Steve Randle Matthew Herin Matthew Herin
Evie Ellen Bezanson Ellen Bezanson
Buck Merril / Nurse Beaux / Cop Ted Zelenskyy Ted Zelenskyy
Cherry Valance Isabella Hermelin Catie Callahan
Marcia Julianna Giamona Jaleh Wooten
Randy Adderson Quinn Smalling John Laurence
Bob Sheldon / Mr. Syme / Cop Brenden Cline Brenden Cline
Nurse Betty Ellen Bezanson Ellen Benzanson
David (Soc) Jack Reed Jack Reed
Paul (Soc) Trace Tammaro Trace Tammaro
Greg (Soc) Austin Elder Austin Elder
Peter (Soc) Brendan O’Reilly Brendan O’Reilly
Jan / Johnny’s Mom Nora Shultz Nora Schultz
Mike (Soc) Nick Brdar Nick Brdar

Box Office

SCHEDULE:

Thursday, November 9 @ 7:00

Friday, November 10 @ 7:00

Saturday, November 11 @ 7:00

Sunday, November 12 @ 2:00

Thursday, November 16 @ 7:00

Saturday, November 18 @ 7:00

TICKETS:

Adults: $10

Children/Students: $5

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE

Tickets are also available at the Bookstore during school hours and at the door 30 minutes before the start of the show.



Company production history

2016-2017 SEASON

Fall: "High School Musical"
Spring: "MacBeth"

 

2015-2016 SEASON
Fall: "You Can't Take It With You"
Spring: "Cinderella"

2014-2015 SEASON
Spring: "Respect is..." A Student Showcase
Fall: "Yes, and...", an Evening of Improvisation

2013-2014 SEASON
Spring: Legally Blonde: The Musical
Fall: Clue

2012-2013 SEASON
Spring: Student Written/Directed Showcase
Spring: As You Wish
Fall: The Crucible

2011-2012 SEASON
Spring Musical: Bye Bye Birdie
Fall: The Laramie Project

2010-2011 SEASON
Spring Musical: The Wizard of Oz
Fall: It's a Wonderful Life

2009-2010 SEASON
Spring - It's All in the Timing
Spring Musical: Grease
Fall: Alice in Wonderland

For a complete list of productions in the history of the school, click HERE.