Performing Arts - Drama
Bringing laughter, tears and romance to the stage!
If you are interested in participating in the Drama Program, please contact Heidi Oveson @#206-252-3919 or e-mail her @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Ingraham High School performing arts presents Legally Blonde the Musical!
Elle Woods appears to have it all. Her life is turned upside-down, however, when her boyfriend Warner dumps her so he can start getting serious about his life and attend Harvard Law. Determined to get him back, Elle uses her charm to get into Harvard Law. At school, she struggles with peers, professors, and Warner Huntington. With the help of Paulette and Emmett, though, Elle quickly realizes her potential and sets out to prove hers...elf to the world.
Ingraham's production stars Drea Gordon and Laura Rodriguez as Elle Woods, Logan Presch as Warner Huntington III, Kirby McDermott as Professor Callaghan, Ari Lidz as Warner's new girlfriend, Vivienne, Patrick McDermott as Emmett Forrest, Kristina Galban as Paulette, and Taylor Tomlinson-Massengale as workout video queen, Brooke Wyndham. Many more of Ingraham High School's most talented students make up the rest of the cast.
An amazing ensemble of Ingraham's finest actors, dancers, and musicians as well as an all student stage crew and pit orchestra make up the production.
The show runs for two weekends.
May 24, 25, 30, 31 and June 1 @7:00
May 26 and June 2 @2:00
Tickets are $15 for general admission and $10 for students and seniors.
Buy tickets in advance at: ingrahamlegallyblonde.brownpapertickets.com
This show is a lot of fun and suitable for most audiences, however, parental guidance is recommended for young audience members.
Ingraham Drama presents: A Midsummer Night's Dream
January 17,18,19,25,26 @ 7:00 PM and the 27th @ 2:00 PM – tickets are $10 for general admission. Reserve your tickets NOW at www.ingrahamdrama.brownpapertickets.com - hurry and get your seats before they are all taken! HOveson
"How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying"
Almost, Maine By John Cariani
“On a cold, clear, moonless night in the middle of winter, all is not quite what it seems in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine. As the northern lights hover in the star-filled sky above, Almost’s residents find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and often hilarious ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. But the bruises heal, and the hearts mend – almost – in this delightful midwinter’s dream.”
Dead Man’s Cell Phone by Sarah Ruhl
This story is about a woman named Jean who delves into the lives of others when she inherits the phone of a stranger that she meets in a café. The stranger just happens to be dead when she encounters him at the café, and she doesn’t really inherit the phone, it’s more like she confiscates it.
The theme of Dead Man’s Cell Phone is the title device’s ability to both unite and isolate people. She uses his phone to try and repair some of the dead man’s relationships and make amends for questionable career choices. This show is very different from our previous shows at Ingraham and the students have done a beautiful job of creating these strange and beautiful characters. It was assistant directed by the brilliant Ana Greeley and stars Julia Synder, Martin Horst, Keana Mendoza, Kristina Galban, Fortuna Gebreselassie, and Will Smith.