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2010 Officers of the Theater Club

President- Francesca Cromartie
Vice President- Abigail Cline
Treasurer- Stiven Arce
Secretary- Taylor Hall
Historian- John Encalada

 

 

 


Troupe 3383 News 2010-2011

South Plantation High School's Theater students are involved in more than just two broadway-quality performances per school year. From fundraising to workshops to community outreaches, Troupe 3383 is on the move and making news. This area of the website is where you can keep up on all the other activities that not only contribute to these students being great thespians and theatre technicians, but great people.

Cappies

Congratulations to Our Cappie Winners!!

In one of the most competitive theater years in recent history, we proudly annouce that South Plantation High School brought home two Cappies for superior work in the musical Hairspray. And the winners are...

  • Santiago Carrasquilla & Taylor Hall for Best Set Design
  • Leah Wilson for Best Supporting Vocal in a Musical.

The Cappies, "Critics and Awards Program," is a program through which high school theater and journalism students are trained as critics, attend shows at other schools, write reviews, and publish those reviews in local newspapers like The Washington Post, Cincinnati Enquirer, Dallas Morning News, Kansas City Star, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.

At the end of the year, the student critics vote for awards that are presented at a formal Cappies Gala. In July and August, many of the top award honorees from around the U.S. and Canada are invited to participate in the Cappies International Theater, where they perform shows at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Congratulations to Santiago, Taylor and Leah on being recognized for your excellent work. And congratulations to the entire cast of Hairspray, which was nominated for 15 Cappies! You all should be very proud!

CappiesSouth Nomimated for 15 Cappies Including Best Musical, Hairspray!

Once again South Plantation High School is recognized for it's outstanding theater program. This year they have been nomimated for 15 Cappie Awards including Best Musical, Hairspray!

Here is a list of the nominations:

  • Senior Critic: Chelsea Dexter South Plantation High School
  • Lighting: Ricardo Diaz, John Gonzalez, Gezell Hosein, Santiago Torres
  • Set Design: Santiago Carrasquilla, Taylor Hall
  • Make-up: Nia Arnold, Nicole Wood
  • Props: Tamara Saenz-Marmol
  • Creativity: Abigail Cline, ASL Direction
  • Ensemble in a Musical: Motormouth Maybelle Dancers
  • Featured Actress in a Musical: Lee Honeycutt
  • Male Dancer: Lance Spencer
  • Comic Actress in a Musical: Jessica Sassler
  • Comic Actor in a Musical: Ricardo Diaz
  • Supporting Actress in a Musical: Abigail Cline
  • Lead Actress in a Musical: Anneliese Banks
  • Best Song: I Know Where I've Been
  • Best Musical: Hairspray

The Cappies, "Critics and Awards Program," is a program through which high school theater and journalism students are trained as critics, attend shows at other schools, write reviews, and publish those reviews in local newspapers like The Washington Post, Cincinnati Enquirer, Dallas Morning News, Kansas City Star, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.

At the end of the year, the student critics vote for awards that are presented at a formal Cappies Gala. In July and August, many of the top award honorees from around the U.S. and Canada are invited to participate in the Cappies International Theater, where they perform shows at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Congratulations to all nominees and to the entire cast of Hairspray!!!

Cirque Dreams BroadwayThe Paladin Players Perform at the Broward Center

The Paladin Players were selected to perform in Cirque Dreams Broadway-the 20 Year birthday celebration of the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Produced by Cirque Dream's own creative director Neil Goldberg, the Paladin Playersl made up the chorus for the closing number "You Can't Stop the Beat" from their recent production of Hairspray, as Tony award winning performers Linda Eder (Jekyl and Hyde) and Mark Kudisch (The Assassins) performed with them in the lead roles. Congratulations to The Paladin Players on yet another milestone in SPHS theater history!

Paladin Players Volunteer Their Time To Deck The Halls of Memorial Regional Hospital

As is the holiday tradition of the South Plantation High School theater program, Mr. Zembuch and a team of Paladin Players spent Sunday, December 12th decorating the hall of the oncology unit at Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood.

Clearly, the students of the South Plantation High School theater program learn more than theater arts under the tutalage of Jason Zembuch. Way to go Paladin Players!!!

 

 

Previous events and performances

Florida State Thespian Competitions- All Years.

International Thespian Society Competitions

 

2008-2009

Dance Showcase March 2009

Cirque Dreams

2008-09 Misc. Events

Dance Showcase, March 2008

Second City Television, Chicago

Dance Showcase, October 2008

 

2007-2008

Dance Showcase 2007

Halloween 2007: Trail of Terror

 

 

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International Thespian Society

Congratulations to Troupe 3383's inductees into the International Thespian Society!

  • Scott Collins
  • Frank Gonzalez
  • Jason Rosen
  • Lilian Castillo
  • Alvaro D'Amico
  • Noel Harris
  • Robert Oda
  • Sydney Pigao
  • Kellie Smith
  • Francesca Cromartie
  • Chelsea Dexter
  • John Encalada

The International Thespian Society is an honorary organization for high-school and middle-school theatre students located at more than 3,600 affiliated secondary schools across America, Canada, and abroad. The mission of ITS is to honor student excellence in the theatre arts. It is a division of the Educational Theatre Association. Learn more about the International Thespian Society by clicking here.