The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe ("Narnia")
- Carroll Theatre Company, Competition One Act Play
North Carolina Theatre Conference (NCTC), Middle School Play Festival
Mount Tabor High School - Winston-Salem, NC
March 21, 2014
Thursday, March 19, 2014 -- 4:30pm
Come see The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe before our students take it to the NCTC competition!
Runtime: 45 minutes
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CAST & CREW LIST:
Peter - David Warren
Susan - Risa Bolash
Edmund - Caide Smith
Lucy - Meg Spickard
Tumnus - Claire Spickard
Professor/Aslan - Tomari Wright
Housekeeper/Dwarf - Maddie Harkins
White Witch - Parker Ogburn
Auntie Beavers - Barbara Trujillo-Romo & Avery Edwards
Fenris Ulf & Wolves - Allison Moreau & Grace Tomasino, Rachel Chapman
Statues/Aslan's Creatures - Charlotte McAllister-Famer, Miranda Cominole, Eden Duffy
Tech Lead (Lights) - Alex Boyer
Tech Team (Sound) - David Wagner
Production/Stage Manager - Charlie Jubera
How Festival Participation Aligns with the North Carolina
Essential Standards for Theatre Arts Education
The Festival platform gives teachers the opportunity to fulfill the NC Essential Standards for Theatre Arts and enhances critical thinking skills through an exciting, hands-on learning experience. The Play Festival rehearsal and performance process teaches students the processes needed to think creatively and critically, and develop and test innovative ideas and to use movement, voice, and writing to communicate ideas and feelings. Students are taught to understand how to design technical theatre components, such as costumes, sets, props, makeup, lighting, and sound, when they design and construct the production design elements for their Festival show.
By watching performances from other schools, students develop critical thinking skills and learn to understand the traditions, roles, and conventions of theatre as an art form. At the Festival, young artists analyze literary texts and performances and also analyze theatre in terms of the social, historical, and cultural contexts in which it was created.
In addition to these essential lessons, students receive valuable feedback from industry experts which helps to improve the quality of theatre programs in schools across the state, and encourages students to strive for excellence.