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Once Upon a Murder - Advanced Theatre Spring Show | May 19th at 7pm

After the mysterious disappearance of Cinderella, Prince Charming is throwing a ball to find a new wife. In a kingdom where jealousy, betrayal and deception are common story lines, it will be up to you to find the felon so everyone can live happily ever after. 

Join us on Friday, May 19th for the Advanced Theatre Spring Show! This year we are throwing a mystery party! Tickets are $7 and include dessert and a show. Doors open at 7pm and festive dress is encouraged. 

See our show poster for more information.



HIGH SCHOOL ADVANCED THEATRE AUDITIONS
  • Leander High School Adv. Freshman Class
    • April 18th after school in the LHS Black Box
    • You must have two contrasting monologues prepared
  • Glenn High School Adv. Theatre Class
    • May 17th after school in the GHS Black Box
    • You must prepare:
      • 1 regular monologue (less than one minute)
      • 1 accent monologue (less than one minute)
      • 1 short song (sung a cappella)

2ND PLACE AT DISTRICT UIL ONE ACT PLAY!
Congratulations to the entire cast and crew of this year's UIL One Act Play. The cast and crew of Small Actors competed at the district contest on Saturday, Dec. 10th and received 2nd Place!

District Acting Awards:
Best Actress: Autumn Mallow
Honorable Mention All Star Cast: Emma Permenter and Ty Williamson
Honor Tech Award: Avery Keaton

We are so proud!! #TheWestDen #TigerPride

 

THEATRE ARTS WISH LIST :: Gently Used Furniture/Costumes | Hot Glue Gun Sticks |  Tissues
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Paper Towels | 
No. 2 Pencils | 
Colored Pencils/Markers | Clorox Wipes | Bobby Pins

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Please contact me with any questions or concerns!

Chrissy Flanigan
Leander MS Theatre
chrissy.flanigan@leanderisd.org | (512) 570-3251 (x13251)



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