For the last week of February, we have a number of events happening for the students during Tornado Time. Starting with a session on Theatre Business with Tamar Greene (George Washington from Broadway's Hamilton) and Jose Solivan (Broadway Touring Company Manager for The Lion King, The Color Purple, Hairspray, and more).
A showing of Sleep Deprivation Chamber by Adrienne Kennedy and Adam Kennedy
Adrienne Kennedy Festival wrap up with Paula Alekson (from McCarter Theatre) and Nicole Watson (director of He Brought Her Heart Back in a Box)
Thursday, January 28th at 1:15PM, the Saturday program hosted by Princeton University's Trenton Arts at Princeton: Trenton Youth Theater will be hosting a panel and Q&A for anyone interested in finding out more about the program. Students do not need to be a part of the CTE theatre program to join the Saturday program. This session and the Saturday program are open to any student from TNGA or any Trenton Public High School (TCHS, Daylight, TRA). The Princeton University leaders of the program, TCHS theatre teacher Ms. Felicia Latoya Brown, and some students who were a part of the first semester of Trenton Youth Theater will be there to answer questions. Register by clicking here.
To all of you who tuned in this weekend. Thank you so much. Announcements about future events will be coming. In the meantime, enjoy the blooper reel from Twisted Tales of Poe: A Radio Play.
Get ready for a creepy evening where three of the most famous Edgar Allan Poe stories are told from the "murderers" themselves. This radio play was written by Philip Grecian. Dramatic Publishing gave us special permission to do the show in this format. The production will be pre-recorded and only air on Friday, October 30th and Saturday, October 31st at 7pm (EDT). It will not be posted anywhere else after these showings, so make sure you get your tickets.
Only one ticket needed per household.
Tickets are $5 and are available at http://our.show/tchs-twisted
Donations are accepted as well. Please see the donation page on the ticketing site to let you know how your donations will be used.
To the cast and crew of Stranded: View from Quarantine.:
Well done, everyone. Messages have been pouring in.
To the seniors of the CTE theatre program:
You made it! Now don't give up on the journey ahead of you.
To the seniors who were a part of the cast for The Wiz:
Thank you for the hard work you put into working on your first musical production. I enjoyed working with you and hope to hear wonderful things about what you do with your talents.
The TCHS CTE theatre students have been getting ready for this online monologue play. Please get your tickets and come online to support them.
Yesterday, the culmination of a project between Princeton University's PUPP and Trenton Arts at Princeton and our TCHS Theatre culminated in our first Q&A session. We featured four theatre artists who focused on tech, writing, and administration. The discussion was not only about theatre but also college life, our current environment in society, and ways to cope with the stress of what we are facing. We loved having students from outside VPA join us and hope that more will in our upcoming session.
We have three more amazing guests lined up for next week's Q&A theatre series hosted by Lou Chen from Trenton Arts at Princeton and Felicia Latoya Brown from TCHS Theatre. Our guests for this week include:
Any and only TCHS student or staff can attend. Please spread the word. Click the button below to register.
CTE Theatre Teacher at Trenton Central High School