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11 August 2005 @ 11:40 am
The Big VTC News you've all been waiting for!

Go to the VTC homepage:

meet the new staff.

see what plays we're really doing this coming year.

download the new and improved Handbook in .pdf format (you will need Adobe Reader)

Answer the trivia on pg. 25 of the handbook for the big prize.

See new lego pics of Mrs. Fernandes and Miss Bliss.

See the updated archives.

let me know what you think.
 
 
13 June 2005 @ 03:01 pm
Hi guys!

I totally changed the layout and a lot of the color scheme. the old one was getting on my nerves. I really like the hover colors (when you are about to click a link) because it reminds me of us; normal whs students by appearence, but bright and dazzling when you try to get to know us.

tell me what you guys think!
 
 
Current Mood: cheerfulcheerful
Current Music: woot woot
 
 
02 April 2005 @ 11:39 am
Hi Folks! Mrs. F here... just wanted to say I'm around now too! I feel very lucky to have met you all!
Lots of hugs!
*Mrs. F
 
 
20 March 2005 @ 11:42 pm
so how is the musical going?
 
 
17 January 2005 @ 08:06 am
This Friday night, twist and shout to the Rock and Roll sounds of the past, sung by stars of the future. The Viking Theater Company presents “Friday Night at the Oldies”, an evening of song and dance to the tunes that made your folks crazy. You’ll hear standards like Be My Baby, Leader of the Pack, Try a Little Tenderness. Sing along with tunes you know and love – Chapel of Love, Da Doo Ron Ron and more. The Show is on Friday, January 21 at 8 PM at the beautifully decorated Fonzie’s Diner, 3074 Cranberry Hwy in East Wareham.

Students of the Viking Theater Company, and special guests will present this one night only to benefit the Viking Theater Scholarship, which assists students going on to college. So far, $3000 has been awarded by this small and dedicated support group, and they need your help. Admission is only $5 at the door. Students: show your WHS ID for a dollar off! Close up the phonograph, bundle up your Babe and come on down where the beat is neat! A collection will also be taken to benefit Tsunami Relief. So break out your poodle skirts and letter sweaters and beat it down to the Hop!!
 
 
 
05 January 2005 @ 04:21 pm
The musical revue will be January 21st at 8PM
at Fonzie's Diner.

"Friday Night at the Oldies"

Admission is $5

Some ppl need to brush up their acts. Some alumni still have not been heard from. We'll be singing this Thursday, Jan. 6 from 3-6:30 in rehearsal.

Please do what you can to spread the word, esp. to alumni who haven't contacted us yet.
 
 
Current Mood: sicksick
Current Music: van morrison - full force gale
 
 
03 January 2005 @ 09:29 pm
it works fine from my computer. have you tried again?
http://www.vikingtheater.info
 
 
17 December 2004 @ 05:52 am
hello everyone.. this is Jim Malaspino, i joined drama at the begining of the year, but due to an over-booked schedule, i had to take some time off.. i have every intention of re-joining drama in the near future... well i guess thats all i have to say for now, take care
 
 
Current Mood: chipperchipper
Current Music: Blueberry Hill - Fats Domino
 
 
03 January 2005 @ 07:32 pm
umm...guys? Yeah, well, I tired the new web page: www.vikingtheater.info ......um, i can't get it to work...
 
 
26 November 2004 @ 03:27 pm
fools was wonderful! congrats everyone! muah!
 
 
Current Mood: hyperhyper
Current Music: radiohead
 
 
 
07 October 2004 @ 09:11 pm
Well, adutions for Neil Simon's Fools are offically done!

Congrats to everyone who participated and good luck!

We await for the casting egarly!!
 
 
20 September 2004 @ 06:04 pm
i shal be back in drama soon, hopefully after i know that my grades are okay and what not, and i know there wont be any late nights up doing work..lol
 
 
18 September 2004 @ 06:58 pm
look i'm Lynnette...
and i still love drama...
but i cant come... bad grades...
but i still love drama!!!!! :-D
 
 
Current Mood: crazyYAY DRAMA
Current Music: ....chirping of the Meaghan Hall.....
 
 
08 September 2004 @ 06:37 pm
Another Drama season begins. Good luck guys! Hope your plays go well I'll be there to see every one of them. And tell everyone I say hi.

Katie
 
 
07 September 2004 @ 04:31 pm
For anybody who doesn't know, the drama year starts Thursday, Sept. 9 after school. So, if you want to come...COME!! And don't be late! otherwise Mr. Bliss will beat us...
 
 
 
24 August 2004 @ 05:56 pm
It's Here! It's Now! The new non-school mirror site of the VTC website will permamtly be www.efccc.net/vtc

That's all you have to type.

Now. You can download from the site a PDF file of the 2004-2005 VTC Handbook!!

Amaze your friends with VTC Trivia! Be ready for Human numerals (seniors).

See who can find it first.
 
 
Current Mood: excitedexcited
Current Music: 'These Days' by Rascal Flatts
 
 
23 August 2004 @ 12:04 am
hi guys!

just wanted to let you know that lisa may of the wareham stage is going to be trying out in the semi big leagues! i am going for midsummer nights dream and the best little whorehouse in texas. i will let you know how it goes!
 
 
14 August 2004 @ 12:04 pm
in a temporary home.

the usual links have not been updated, but you can be the first to view the new website here:

www.efccc.net/vtc/vtc.htm
 
 
Current Mood: hungryhungry
Current Music: 'In Aimsir Bhaint an Fheir' by Connie Dover
 
 
06 August 2004 @ 04:53 pm
Fools
by Neil Simon
Cast: Flexible cast of 10 plus a dead cow that's not giving any milk.
Set: Interior and exterior of Kulyenchikov, a werry leetle willudge
Full length: 2 acts

What do you get when you take one eager young teacher, add a beautiful dimwitted girl, throw in a handful of kooky villagers, and then sprinkle on one ancient curse? The answer: a deliciously amusing recipe for Neil Simon's "Fools". This classic comedy takes us to Kulyenchikov, a Ukrainian town plagued by a scorned lover's curse. Leon, the hero answers an ad requesting a teacher for Kulyenchikov only to discover that the entire town is filled with fools. He is soon informed that he has exactly one day to break the curse or else he will become a fool himself. Faced with this dilemma, a hysterical tale of stupidity, love and human nature unfolds in quintessential Neil Simon style.


The Swimmer
By F. XAVIER HOGAN
Cast: Flexible Cast of 14
Set: Simple Exterior Set
Time: About 30 Minutes

The SWIMMER is a highly theatrical contemporary comedy. The story involves a young man at a corner bus stop who is absolutely convinced he is drowning though there is no water in the vicinity. Each person who passes by becomes somehow involved in the situation, but each is more interested in promoting his own point of view than helping the man. One woman calls him a bore; a policeman writes him a ticket; a business man throws him a quarter. The play builds to a climax in which the young man dies -- yet his death has no emotional impact upon those around him.

HMS Pinafore
by W.S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan
Principal Cast: 5 or 6 men; 3 or 4 women,
Ensemble: lots of sisters, cousins, aunts and sailors
Set: The quarterdeck of the ship
Time: Light Opera in 2 acts
HMS Pinafore is among the most popular Gilbert and Sullivan operas, perhaps because of its infectious tunes and generally well-constructed libretti. It is embued with mirth and silliness to spare. The opera's gentle satire is based on a popular British theme: Love between members of different social classes. The gentlemanly Captain of the Pinafore, who claims that he would never swear at his crew (What, Never?), does not know that his daughter has fallen in love with a common sailor serving on her father's ship. Meanwhile, the Captain has arranged for her to marry the First Lord of the Admiralty, Sir Joseph Porter. Sir Joseph himself has risen from humble beginnings to gain his office by political acumen, despite having never gone to sea! And the Captain himself fancies a poor bumboat woman. Fear not: it all works out in the end. Hip, hip, hoorah!
 
 
Current Mood: bouncybouncy
Current Music: 'Sodade' by Cesaria Evora
 
 
01 August 2004 @ 07:14 pm
we aren't doing the foreigner for the fall play. while the play is very very very funny, it has an unavoidable kkk them to it which is no longer appropriate in my opinion. that is why i have not mailed the script to The Most Deserving. spread the word. instead, i have selected another funny funny play.

and what's all this about keeping stuff coded so bliss doesn't see it?
 
 
Current Mood: boredbored
Current Music: electric light orchestra
 
 
 
27 July 2004 @ 11:25 pm
Name: KT

A member of the VTC for three years, she has had roles in Harvey, My fair Lady, Death of a Salesman, Fowl Play, and Gypsy. (she also enjoys talking in the third person.)

Great list of interests, btw. One thing, where are the chickens?
 
 
Current Mood: crazycrazy
 
 
26 July 2004 @ 09:49 pm

Dennis Murphy (General Manager, Owner)

 

Sophmore this year at WHS, and in the VTC since a Freshman. Is seen in the roles of Benard in Death of a Salesman, and Weber in Gypsy.  Big fan of comedy.

 

Lisa Repetti (Chief Maintainer, Co-Owner)

 

VTC alumni.  Spirit behind many of our actors.  Played as: Sandy in Fowl Play, Kuryatin from The Good Doctor, June in Gypsy and Felicity from The Real Inspector Hound.  Creative genius behind this site.  Her monolouge Tulula is award winning.

 

 
 
26 July 2004 @ 06:41 pm

Ok, first entry...sheesh, it's like a ghost town in here....

Well, icebreaker time.


Director: Don Bliss

Don Bliss is in his 10th year as the Director of the Viking Theater Company. He formerly served the Wareham Public Schools as "Artist in Residence", presenting drama projects in classrooms. He has toured nationally with the "Phantom of the Opera". A popular local storyteller, Don writes short stories and makes audio recordings for the blind. He has appeared in several comedic, straight, and musical roles throughout his acting career in addition to appearing on television and in episodes of The Cape Cod Mystery Radio Theater. Don is co-author of the new play "Voices From Ground Zero", published last year and Author of Fowl Play, published 2003.

(Author: Unknown)

Assistant Director: John Flynn

John Flynn is the VTC's new Assistant Director. He teaches English at Wareham H.S. and previously worked on Wall Street before taking up teaching. John is originally from Albany New York, where he attended a Catholic/Military high school, if you can believe such exists. He is also the advisor to The Viking Times.

(Author Unknown)

Choreographer

Kim Marsh is VTC's Choreographer. She has appeared in and choreographed numerous shows on Cape Cod including My Fair Lady, The Boyfriend, and many more. In addition to her theatrical skills, Kim is the Grand High Confectioner at the Candy Manor in Chatham.

(Author Unknown)

Ok, now that you know the people, JOIN THE VTC!