Drama

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Adviser: Jake Mahler and Caroline Stroh

Students are involved at many levels in BSM drama productions, including both on stage acting, singing, and dancing roles as well as students who are involved backstage with lighting, sound, set building, prop management, and stage management. The BSM drama department offers three performance opportunities annually, two in the senior high and one in the junior high. The senior high fall production runs from September through October. The junior high production runs from January through February. The senior high musical runs from March to May. Production and audition information is posted on the Drama bulletin board across from the Great Hall.

Time Committment: Rehearsals are typically held after school from 3-6, though there are occasional evening rehearsals and last around two weeks. 


BSM Drama Presents It's a Wonderful Life Radio Show

The drama department is excited to present It's a Wonderful Life in radio show format, streamable this December! The production includes commercials, musical breaks, and authentic sound effects. Learn more about the rehearsal process in a recent news article. For an authentic radio show experience, listen to the audio recording here. Viewers may watch the performance on BSM's YouTube channel, with the first show premiering Wednesday, Dec. 9 at 6:30 p.m. here. Questions? Contact Mr. Mahler or Mrs. Stroh

 

View the production playbill

Congratulations to the cast and crew who helped create this entertaining show!

A Message from the Director

BSM's production of It's A Wonderful Life is a radio-play version of the holiday classic starring Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed. It tells the tale of George Bailey, a typical American man who dreams of an exciting life but continually finds himself sacrificing his own ambitions to better serve his family and community. When he finds himself falling on hard times and sees no way out, he considers suicide, but he is saved at the last minute by an apprentice guardian angel, Clarence. Clarence shows George what his town would be like if he had never been born to help him realize just how important his life has been for those around him. But the love and support that pours in from the community when they hear about George's trouble is what brings us to a happy ending. I can't think of a more fitting message in these trying times than how much better the world can be when we look out for others and come together as a community to support and uplift those in need.