Welcome to Walsh Drama Department

     Drama increases language development, critical questioning, social skills, team building, articulation, self confidence and problem solving. Students learn tools to develop their voice and ways of expressing their voice to achieve a goal.  Working together, students use the arts to build community within the classroom and their global community.

METG FESTIVAL 2018 - The Tempest
It's Festival Season! The first Audition Workshop at Walsh will take place on Thursday, February 1st at 2:30. We will discuss what is expected at Auditions, Festival, Schedule and this year's play, The Tempest. Students may attend clubs at 3:00 or plan for a ride home at 3:30. This is not a mandatory meeting. See Mrs. Doucette with questions.

All students interested in auditioning for The Tempest:

The AUDITIONS will be Tuesday, February 13, Wednesday, February 14, and Thursday, February 15 from 2:30-3:30.  The sheet handed out at the workshop had the following week listed.  That was a typo. Students only need attend one session.




 




  

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     This site will include information about the Walsh Middle School Seventh and Eighth Grade Drama Curriculum. I will include due dates for major projects as well as project criteria. 
     Parents and students will also find important information about the Walsh afterschool Drama program as well. This year the Walsh musical production will be Godspell. The site menu to the left will provide links to audition forms, rehearsal schedules and production information.
     Please check back soon.
 
Metrowest Daily News Pictures of the Walsh Veterans Day Assembly Featuring Drama Students.
Veterans Day Assembly 
From left, 8th graders Chris Bradshaw, Gio Ortiz, Rony Cabrera, Eddie Lynch and Emanuel Rose moved the assembly with their recreation of the the raising of the flag on Iwo Jima. They are member of the Drama Class.





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