Auditions for the Nashoba Spring Musical, Mamma Mia, will be held on Sunday, December 18th at 1 p.m., and Monday, December 19th at 5 p.m. - Come to one or the other. Everyone must be present at the beginning of auditions. Auditions will consist of readings from the script learning a dance routine, and learning a portion of the music.
Below you will find the musical audition packet and breakdown by characters. If you prepare by listening to a recording, use the original London Cast recording and not the movie, as there are many differences.
On Thursday, December 15th at 2:30 I the auditorium, we will hold a workshop to go through audition music. Please take advantage of this opportunity to prepare for auditions.
Sophie F#3-E5 (soprano) I Have a Dream (reprise)
Donna E3-A5 (belter) The Winner Takes It All
Sam D3-Ab4 (baritone) Knowing Me, Knowing You
Bill Bb2-F#4 (baritone) Thank You for the Music
Harry C#3-F#4 (high baritone) Our Last Summer
Sky Eb3-D5 (tenor) Lay All Your Love on Me
Tanya E3-E5 (strong belter) Does Your Mother Know
Rosie E3-D5 (strong belter) Take a Chance on Me
Lisa G3-Db5 (belter) Money, Money
Ali G3-D5 (belter) Money, Money
Pepper, Eddie, Father A. and Ensemble Dancing Queen plus music taught at auditions
Tickets are now available for the Nashoba Regional High School Production of The Play That Goes Wrong.
In an exciting twist, there are two casts. One cast will perform on Thursday and Saturday and the second cast on Friday and Sunday. You are going to need to see this one twice!!
Mark your calendars and purchase your tickets now:
(tickets will also be available to purchase at the door and all online ticket purchases will be at will call)
Drama 2022-23 is almost here!
Mark you calendars
2022 SPRING MUSICAL
CHICAGO: HIGH SCHOOL EDITION
presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals. www.concordtheatricals.com
SHOW DATES: MARCH 18, 19, 20
About Nashoba Drama
Nashoba Drama produces two shows a year with Mr. Bill Grady as director. Nashoba Drama consists of students from Stow, Bolton, and Lancaster Massachusetts, as well as school choice students from other surrounding communities.
Each year, Nashoba offers three opportunities for students to get involved with drama:
In the fall, we present either a dramatic or comedic play. Past shows include A Midsummer Night's Dream, A Christmas Carol, Noises Off, Auntie Mame, Plaza Suite, Rumors, It's A Wonderful Life, Arsenic and Old Lace, Noises Off, The Man Who Came to Dinner, and We Love Lucy.
In the spring, we produce our all-school musical. Past shows include Mary Poppins, The King and I, Peter Pan, Les Miserables, Hello Dolly, Beauty and the Beast, Chicago, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Annie Get Your Gun.
In April, students from each respective class direct, produce, and perform one act plays, for a Class Play Competition night.
NRHS Drama Society is a member of the International Thespian Society. Once a drama student has earned enough points to be admitted, by being involved with a theatrical production, they are inducted at the annual Drama Banquet in May.
With very little funding from the school, much of our support comes from the ticket sales of our shows, the donations from parents and companies who buy ads, and a few fundraisers we hold.
Thank you for visiting. Please take the time to look around the website for more information on our past productions, our upcoming performances and fundraisers, and much more!
Welcome to Nashoba Drama!!
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Bolton, Lancaster, and Stow Cultural Councils, a state agency.