Drama: The Good Kind (Ethan Ellerbusch)

Have you ever wanted to act on stage? Are you interested in participating in school plays and musicals? If you said yes to any of these questions, then our school’s Drama Club is perfect for you.

Drama Club, a program run by Mrs. Eubanks, is an excellent choice for novices, amateurs, and professionals alike. For novices, Drama Club is a perfect place to learn the ropes of acting, and you will practice several beneficial acting exercises along the way. Amateurs will not only discover new tricks, but will also have the chance to participate in the annual Trumbauer theatre festival. For experts, there are several leadership opportunities available, and it is a great stepping stone for those bound for the arts department in college. There are even opportunities to help out behind the scenes. There are options for literally everyone–regardless of grade, experience, or interest.

As for me, I wasn’t sure if I’d like it at first. My parents had taken me to several Broadway performances, and I enjoyed them. My sister was a member of the Red Mountain Theater Company Conservatory, a well known theatre conservatory in Alabama. When I went to her shows, I saw other guys my age performing on stage. This got me interested. The next spring I tried out for the fall musical Cinderella, and I received a supporting role. I met new friends and had loads of fun. After this I was eager to sign up for Drama Club.

Still on the fence? Come and see our next performance at Student Stages on Wednesday, November 16. I’m sure you will love it, and it may inspire you to join the Westminster Drama Club one day!

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