Come celebrate a summer tradition and join the talented student actors as they perform this year’s production!
Enjoy the prequel to Peter Pan as we find out just how Peter Pan made it to Neverland! There will be pirates, treasure, island adventures and daring do!
Peter and the Starcatcher will be performed at the Sherborn Community Center August 22, 23, 24 and 25th at 7:30 pm. Tickets can be purchased at ticketstage.com, Sherborn Citgo, Dover Market or at the door.
The Friends of the Performing Arts in cooperation with the DSHS Music and Drama departments are proud of the accomplishments of our students this year. We congratulate the following scholarship recipients: 2018 RICKI LOMBARDO THEATER AWARDS: In recognition of achievements in … Continue reading →
Agenda Wednesday, June 13, 2018 DSHS Library 7:00 pm Approval of May Minutes Treasurer’s Report Drama/Crew Report Music Report Logo Competition Awards/Scholarships Election for 2018-19 Board Slate: Judy Schulz – President Laura Villalobos – Vice President Melisa Stern – … Continue reading →
Join us for these fun-filled arts experiences in the coming days! Wednesday, May 16 – DS Band Fest 6:30pm – 8pm Mudge Auditorium Enjoy a night of concert band music featuring the Chickering 5th Grade Band, Pine Hill 5th Grade … Continue reading →
Monday, May 14, 2018
DSHS Library, 7 pm
Guest – Jean Mineo on Proposed Arts Center
Approval of March Minutes
- Concerts & Breakfasts
- Music Banquet 5/23
June Election for 2018-19
Congratulations to the students who worked on-stage and behind-the-scenes to make 2017/2018 an incredible year for theatre at Dover-Sherborn High School.
The following students were recognized for their contributions to the DS Drama Program at the year-end banquet held on May 2 at the Connor Center.
Excellence/Leadership in Pit Orchestra: Brett Melican, Sam Gray, Will Easley, Eugene Kwong
Excellence in Dance: Grace Johnson
Best Stage Presence: Will Gately, Jack Bowen
Vocal Excellence: Amy Ursitti, Dylan DeVellis, Lauren Waite
Best Actor in the Play: David Olski
Best Actress in the Play: Carina Krusell
Best Actor in the Musical: Ryan Lerner
Best Actress in the Musical: Rory Bakker-Marshall, Brin Rockett
Crew Leadership: Chris Cone
Drama Dedication: Annie Liu, Cece Michalowski, Sophie Charron
Excellence in Technical Theater: Lila Hovey
Renaissance Man: Brett Melican
Actor of the Year: Aidan Levinson
Actress of the Year: Katherine Roer
The Judy Cranshaw Award: Angus Goodearl
Additionally, the following Dover-Sherborn High School students were awarded a letter in the performing arts at the banquet. These students demonstrated commitment to excellence, leadership skills, and positive contributions to the performance teams in drama at Dover-Sherborn High School.
Left to Right… Carina Krusell, Amy Ursitti, Aidan Levinson, Ryan Lerner, Lila Hovey, Lauren Waite, Johanna Schulz, Joel Silvestri. Not pictured – Andrew Caldicott and Benjamin Hodson-Walker.
Dover-Sherborn High School Music Banquet
Wednesday, May 23 at 6:00 pm
Wellesley College Club
727 Washington Street
Join us for a night of festivity as we celebrate the outstanding students in the Dover-Sherborn Music Program, including instrumental (concert and jazz band) and vocal (chorus, DS Al Coda and Noteworthy) musicians. Lots of exciting things that night … Guest Speaker David Eure, Senior Recognitions, Underclass Superlatives, Performing Arts Letters and more!
Refreshments and mingling begin at 6:00 pm on the terrace. Dinner will be served at 6:30 pm. Tickets are $45 per person. TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED IN ADVANCE. Note that there is a $1.50 service charge included when purchasing online.
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Save the date for the DSHS Music Banquet (not to be confused with the Drama Banquet) on Wednesday, May 23rd. The event is an end-of-the-year celebration for all instrumental and choral music students and their parents. Details to follow soon. Hope to see you there!
Monday April 9th
DSHS Library 7:00 pm
Drama Crew Report
- Secret Garden
- Our Place – METG
- Drama Banquet 5/2
- Music Banquet 5/23
Performing Arts Letter