The CURRENT PRODUCTION TAB contains important information for ZCSTC participants and volunteers!


       Click here to get information on auditions, important show related information, and updates!


         Click here to see rehearsal schedules, tech schedules and other company events and activities!


       Click here for volunteer information and forms, as well as schedules during show time!


      Click here if you plan to audition, or just want to learn how to do a monologue!  Videos and helpful hints from past ZCSTC alums!






FOR HELP WITH the spring musical!

May 3, 4, 10, 11, 12 at 7 p.m. and Matinee on May 5 at 1:00 p.m.

See what jobs are available and volunteer to be part of our great parent team!  

In return, you can see the show for free that performance!  

Helpful things you can do!

  • Provide water and/or snacks on a DRESS REHEARSAL DATE: April 30, May 1, May 2 and May 3  after school
  • Provide water and/or snacks for backstage before a show (see dates above)
  • Help decorate and set up the lobby before the shows start
  • Help host/supply food for the cast party after the evening show on May 12 (45 participants...)

Jobs on the performances dates:  Be there at 6 p.m. for evening shows

  • Need one or more parents to be responsible for decorating the lobby with items provided.   This can be done ahead of time and also will involve some last minute work. Also will need  to be taken down at end of performance run.
  • Need one “GREETER” per show to stand at front door and greet people. Separate the people into the right lines — “will call tickets” and “purchase tickets at the door”. This will help make the lines move faster and also keep down the number of folks crowding into the lobby.
  • Need one “TICKET TAKER” per show to stand just inside the auditorium and take tickets for ALL people coming in the door. Simply tear the stub off and direct them to an usher, who will then seat them and provide a program. Requires making sure that people don’t crowd past you.
  • Need two or three “USHERS” per show to stand in various places in the auditorium. Help patrons find their numbered seats in the right row, help elders if needed, answer questions if needed. This should streamline getting folks seated and ready for the show to start on time.
  • Need two “CONCESSIONS SELLERS” per show to set up and sell water. Involves keeping track of inventory and money box resolution at end of night.
  • Need one “WILL-CALL TICKETS” person per show to sit at table in lobby and look up alphabetically filed envelopes containing tickets that were pre-ordered. Give the tickets to the patron and deal with any questions which arise. Direct them to the door to the ticket taker.
  • Need two “SELL TICKETS AT DOOR” people to sit at table in lobby and sell tickets to folks who come to purchase tickets that night. This involves pre-learning the computer ticketing system!!! It also will involve money handling and resolution.

We will train you and provide everything needed to do your job – just bring your enthusiasm!




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 Beauty and the Beast Information Page

Auditions are in February.  Audition practices will start late January.  

In order to prepare to audition, do the following:

1.  Watch the following (or another B and B musical of your choice) to see how the MUSICAL ACTUALLY GOES.  It has differences from the cartoon and the new movie.

2.  Choose a monologue and begin memorizing it.

3.  After break, you can get the music for the singing audition from Mrs. Brant.  Learn it.

4.  Know the characters well--part of the auditions are readings in character.




2018-2019 DRAMA DATES:

Drama shirt order due:  December 14 (online ordering)


SPRING PLAY:  Beauty and the Beast


Spring musical production: May 2, 3, 4 and 9, 10, 11, 7 p.m.   Matinee TBD May 4, 1:30 p.m.


Spring Play Auditions:  February 11, 12, 13, 3-6 p.m.  PAC.  

Requires monologue, singing audition (audition practices on Wed. prior to auditions TBD), and choreo audition.  Also requires not being on the ineligibility list on February 11, and the ability to be at rehearsals after school, all dress rehearsals and performances.


Spring play rehearsals begin Feb. 19.  3-5 p.m. PAC


Dress rehearsals: April 29, 30, May 1, 3-7 p.m. PAC


 VALTAF Theater Arts Festival:  Grandview. APRIL 5TH, 8:30-5:00.

        Featuring workshops that promote a better drama experience, special guest that will inspire, and a showcase performance where each school can perform a couple songs/scenes from their spring production.   Cost: $20  (inc. lunch and t shirt)


Fine Arts Awards:  May 22, 7 p.m. PAC