I don’t want to drag this out too long. I’m still working on the ensemble and trying to figure out how many people I can cast (and I also need to get a few schedules from people) but I’ve decided … Continue reading
Why Five Kinds of Silence? For me, it comes down to the play being about more than just theater. It allows us to address a social problem that isn’t talked about much – certainly at the high school level, but … Continue reading
https://www.facebook.com/mcintoshtheater @McIntoshTheater … Continue reading
Mom and her new car Amelia. I didn’t ask about the name, but I’m assuming she named it after our wonderful thespian vice president Jordan. If you zoom in enough, you might be able to see the second newest member, … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone for such a great year! We had over 100 individual students and more than 20 parents involved in the three shows and I am so proud of all that they have accomplished. The awards below recognize … Continue reading
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Ms. Ham: It has come to my attention that you have plantnapped Zucchini, and that you are now threatening to peel her. In response, this open letter will be my first and only warning. As the more refined of … Continue reading
Cast – feel free to put up these flyers, but please do so in a responsible manner! Missing, Dear Produce. … Continue reading
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Meat cast members – an extra show on Sunday, April 27 at 3pm has been approved. Please let me know ASAP if you would not be able to attend this show!