We attended 15 International Thespian Festivals and performed at 14 of them.
Our director, Dr. Len Radin,was the Massachusetts State Thespian Director - 1994 - 2005.
One of our alumni, Allison Rennell, was an International Thespian Officer.
Our Superintendent, Mr. James E. Montepare, won the 2008 National EdTA Administrator's Award.
We won the 2011 Theatre Etiquette film award at the International Thespian Festival
The Drury Drama Team at the International Thespian Festival
The first was Removing the Glove by Clarence Coo, a short play on the theme of homophobia. The second was by famed playwright, Stephen Gregg. It's entitled, G.L.A.M.O.R. We presented the premiere of Y-Men by Drama Student Trevor Foel. We also presented the first royalty paid performance of the full-length play, Sunday Night by Stephen Gregg.
Avoiding Chaos in Six Simple Steps How to make Drama a better place for all of us.
Go to Class.
Do your homework.
Go to rehearsal.
If you can't be at rehearsal let us (Doc, Andi or Shelby) know at least 24 hours in advance.
Know your lines.
Pick up after yourself and be respectful.
Other than that, have fun keep up the good work and enjoy the experience.
-From the Ex-Drama Team President and Stage Manager
You have all been given the privilege to be a part of the best freaken team ever!!!!! That's right. The Drury Drama Team. (crosses arms and looks smug). To help the team remain in its top position ("The best freaken team ever!") we must all do our parts.
1.) Come to class. (Yeah, yeah, we all have one of those teachers, beat em down!)
2.) Treat others as you would like to be treated. (Cliché, I know, I apologize.)
3.) Do your homework!!
4.) Participate (what's the point of class if you don't do anything?) (Math class being the one exception)
5.) HAVE FUN! and no use of the dreaded "C" word.
Past President of the
Drury Drama Team
From Troupe Presidents
The Drama Team has produced the premieres of four plays, three of which are now published.