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    "There's nothing like the buzz of live theater. You put it out there and receive an instant reaction: laughing, crying, yelling, applauding."Samantha Barks, Manx actor

  • One-Act Festival

    Our GSA players will produce the play "All I Really Need To Know I Learned by Being in a Bad Play" by Werner Trieschmann as their entry into the Maine Drama Festival one-act regional competition at *BREWER COMMUNITY SCHOOL, 92 PENDLETON STREET*, on March 8 and 9. The GSA performance is scheduled to take place on Saturday at 7 P.M. Admission to the festival costs $8 for adults, $5 for students and seniors over 65.

         The comedy, about "the process of putting on a show that is less than good," is a play within a play. 

         Acting in the production are Emma Brown, Asha Kirkland, Adam Mathewson, Hattie Slayton, Zeke Sacaridiz, Magnolia Vandiver, Timmy Lloyd, Emma Snow, and Haleigh Young. Assistant Director-Stage Manager Katie Forrest is assisted by Erik Grenier. Magnolia Vandiver has led the costume design. Lucy Morison and Oshi Ragot are working crew. 

         For those of you who can't make it to Brewer on March 9, Deer Isle-Stonington High School and GSA will host a one-act "scrimmage" of the two schools' productions at the Reach Performing Art Center in Deer Isle on Wednesday, March 6, at 6:30 P.M. The house opens at 6 P.M., and the GSA production takes the stage first. Admission by donation with the schools splitting the proceeds. 

    **NOTE: One-acts is not at Brewer High School as previously thought, but at Brewer Community School.

     

    Recent Dramatic Productions

    pajama game

    The GSA players performed "The Pajama Game" two nights at The Grand in Ellsworth to big audiences. The appreciative crowds were entertained with classic musical numbers like "Hey There," "Steam Heat," and "Hernando's Hideaway" as they watched love bloom in an Iowa pajama factory.

     

      

    Our Goals

    The objectives of the George Stevens Academy drama program are to familiarize students with the various genres of dramatic literature and explore the evolution of the theater's artistic movements. Students are encourged to test acting styles and staging techniques and to design sets, lights, props, and costumes.