Posts Tagged ‘Drama’

Wizard Of Oz Tickets

April 7, 2016 Posted in: Arts Tags: , ,

Oz Graphic_Black BackgroundPlease join us for our annual spring play, The Wizard Of Oz on Friday, April 15 and Saturday, April 16. This musical will be great fun for the whole family. There are still a few tickets available. Please click here to purchase your tickets or call 877.766.8157.

Please also continue to pray for our Fine Arts students, teachers, volunteers, cast, crew, musicians, and helpers.

We look forward to seeing you at the play this year!

Wizard Of Oz T-Shirts Sale Ends Today

March 10, 2016 Posted in: Arts Tags: , , , ,

Oz Graphic_Black BackgroundWestminster Academy will soon proudly present The Wizard of Oz. Truly a show you won’t want to miss, stay tuned for ticket sale information.

Show dates are Friday, April 15 and Saturday, April 16. Evening performance will be available on both dates with a Matinee performance on Saturday, April 16. Our cast will be presenting a preview for Lower School in the morning on Friday, April 15.

Interested in supporting the cast and spreading the word? Click here to download our T-Shirt Order form. Please place your order by end of day today, Thursday, March 10.


Thoroughly Modern Millie Tickets Going Fast!

April 1, 2015 Posted in: Arts Tags: , , , ,

Screen Shot 2015-03-18 at 10.27.00 AMTickets for the school play, Thoroughly Modern Millie, are on sale now and going fast. Purchase your tickets right away for the few remaining premium seating. You may purchase tickets online or by phone at 877.766.8157. Tickets are be available for $25 for premium seating and $15 for regular seating both nights—Friday, April 17 and Saturday, April 18.

School Play: Oklahoma Was Outstanding!

April 9, 2014 Posted in: Arts Tags: ,

OklahomaCongratulations to the Fine Arts students, cast, crew, teachers, staff, orchestra, parents, volunteers, student helpers, sponsors and donors for their spectacular production of this year’s play, Oklahoma! It was one of the finest high school productions our school has put on. The performances, dancing, humor, singing, and entire delivery was quite impressive.

The buzz throughout the community after the show on opening night was truly exciting and the cast performed to a sold-out crowd on Saturday evening. Everyone was clearly wowed by the show and student performances.

A very special thank you goes to our director, Rachel Smoker ’04 Cox  and our drama students who did a phenomenal job. We are also very grateful for Laura Groves, Renée Costanzo, Christye Crevier, Iris Fisher, Jeff Carroll, Norm Young, David Schwartz, Eric Wilson, Tom Fagley, Guy Metzger and Olivia Bibbee for their outstanding Kingdom work with this year’s play.

Cast & Crew:

Curly – Kyle Glenum
Laurey – Elisabeth Hunter
Ado Annie – Isabelle Crevier
Aunt Eller – Lizzy Fisher
Will Parker – Zach Ferraguti
Jud Fry – Arthur La Motta
Ali Hakim – Paul Mortilla
Andrew Carnes – Nick Carlisle
Gertie Cummings/Understudy Ado/Saloon Girl – Veronica Fulton
Cord Elam – Anthony Leonardi
Ike Skidmore/Dancer Curly – Brock Boland
Dancer Laurey – Haley Glenum
Mike/Main Dancer – Nick Rosa
Joe/Saloon Girl– Jessica Madhukar
Slim/Main Dancer– Jonathan Curro
Fred – Faith Jonassaint
Tom/Main Dancer – Anthony Jacaruso
Vivian/Understudy Aunt Eller – Emma Davis
Ellen – Jensen Strandberg
Kate/Saloon Girl – Gaby Peña
Virginia – Rosemary Masrieh

Dream Sequence Ballerinas/Farmers Daughters
Haley Glenum
Elle Pierson
Ashley Aguiar
Kitt Curtis
Rochelle Crevier

Cowboys/Main Dancers
Ivan Vixamar
Sanders Desir
Robert Pace

Saloon Girls/Farmer’s Daughters
Kaitlyn Moore
Debbie Galindo-Lopez

Farmers Daughters/Laurey’s Friends
Haley Hendrikse
Heather Webel

Director/Producer: Rachel Smoker ’04 Cox
Student Director: Olivia Bibbee
Stage Manager: Robert Pace
Production Assistant: Debbie Galindo-Lopez
Assistant Director: Laura Groves
Chorus Director: Renée Costazno

Music Director: Jeff Carroll
Pianist: Norman Young
Costume Coordinator: Iris Fisher
Choreographer: Christye Crevier

WA Alumna Returns As Drama Teacher!

August 9, 2013 Posted in: Arts Tags: ,

Rachel CoxPlease join us in welcoming Mrs. Rachel Smoker ’04 Cox, back to WA as our new drama teacher. Mrs. Cox has been on the stage and taking performance courses since she was a child. She started off as a member of First Baptist of Fort Lauderdale’s internationally televised Christmas Pageant for 12 years. At WA, she took all Mr. Briggs’ drama classes and participated in three WA productions. Mrs. Cox continued her passion for the arts at Florida State University’s School of Theatre where she performed, directed, and stage-managed many different shows and short films. She was also a member of a popular improve/sketch troupe called Slow Children Playing.

In 2008, Mrs. Cox graduated from FSU with a double major in Theatre and Creative Writing. She then took two years to work and travel abroad. She started in London where she interned with award winning producer, Steven Evans, of Britannia Film & Television, followed by a stint with a British talent agency. In Ireland, she worked as a charity fundraiser for Oxfam and then moved on to Australia where she worked with Tony Bones, a children’s party entertainment company.

When she returned to Florida, Mrs. Cox immediately started working with MUSE Center for Arts as a theatre teacher as well as assistant director and stage manager for many of their productions. She is also the City of Pembroke Pines’ drama teacher where she directs, writes, and produces six short shows annually. She is extremely excited to once again be a part of WA’s prestigious program and expand the curriculum with her knowledge and passion for theatre!

Welcome home Mrs. Cox!