Wow!! Have we really been at this for nine years?!
In case you missed the announcements, drum roll please for the 2018-2019 musicals...
Junior: "Beauty and the Beast, JR."
High School: "Seussical the Musical"
It's gonna such a fun year with these two shows. Auditions are coming up at the end of August/beginning of September, and we are so excited (as always) to meet our students and see what they'll bring to the table for a new adventure.
Thanks to everyone who turned out for 24HR Musical
in support of the Trussell family! It was a zany, magical,
exhausting and exhilarating experience!
In case you haven't heard, SHEEP Musical Theatre is thrilled to announce our exciting new venture... the 24HR Musical! Our goal? Put together a full-length Broadway musical in only 24 hours! That's right... announcing the name of the show, building the set, practicing blocking and choreography, learning lines and music... all in ONLY 24 hours!
Why do something so crazy, you ask? We are very excited to be supporting the Trussell family and P1:3 Ministries through this crazy endeavour. The Trussells will be moving to Mozambique this year to partner with Evangafrica in an orphanage there. Your participation (whether through acting, volunteering, or attending the show) will go to support their upcoming mission work!
Interested in participating? We are now accepting submissions! Check out the Audition! and Volunteer! drop down pages above under "24HR MUSICAL" tab for more information. Anyone 14 or older can participate and should get their Auditions/Volunteer Submissions in by the end of June.
In order to put 100% of ticket saels towards the Trussells and P1:3 Ministries, we are raising money for the 24HR Musical production costs. Our Dessert Fundraiser was a great success, but there are still costs that need to be covered. If you want to help us in this way, visit our GoFundMe page!
And just like that, our 2017 shows are done! We hope you enjoyed SHEEP High School Musical Theatre's production of the classic musical full of gossipy ladies, dancing children, a barbershop quartet, a stubborn yet romantic librarian, and one charming con artist. We certainly had great turnouts to each performance!
We got some great feedback from the community this year, and we wanted to share!
One last fun fact... an audience member at one of our night shows was an older gentleman who, in years past, had himself played the role of con artist Harold Hill! It was a delight to have him in the audience enjoying the musical again!
Thanks to all who came and supported our high schoolers this year. Stay tuned in for updates on our exciting new venture, the 24HR Musical!