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 Announcing the Spring Drama Festival, 2024!!!


The Drama Seniors in collaboration with the Tech studio are creating two spectacular productions. Come show your support and experience their truly exceptional work! 


Tickets are on sale now!

Purchase Tickets Here


These Shining Lives 

    by Melanie Marnich

Directed by Rachel Evans

May 7th-10th at 7pm

A powerful play based on the true story of four women who worked for   the Radium Dial Company.


Romeo and Juliet 

   by Willliam Shakespeare 

   Directed by Jonathan Davidson

May 21-24 at 7pm

A new twist on the classic tale of star-crossed lovers.


Four years of training, Two extraordinary plays. Eight magical performances.








All hands on deck for the Spring Drama Festival. 

  •  Can you help out by selling concessions, merchandise, etc. before the performances and during intermission? This is very fun and a great way to connect one more time as parents.


  • Can you volunteer to hang out backstage during a performance? This is an easy job and essentially you’ll be a “hall chaperone.” It’s a fun backstage peek at what our talented students get to do during their shows.



Please contact us at for more information and join us to help create an amazing experience.





Upcoming Events & Deadlines

  Spring 2024      

THESE SHINING LIVES:  May 7th -10th at 7pm  

ROMEO AND JULIET:  May 21st-24th at 7pm 
You can also find the latest Yellow Sheet HERE
To purchase tickets to upcoming shows click HERE



Meet Your Drama Board!


Studio Co-Reps:  Sara Brunetti & Sarah Ireland (

Recording Secretary: Liz Dailey (

Secretary of Communication: Sharon Marcus (
Treasurer - Heather Smith (

Merchandise Team - Carola Grunberg, L. Scott, Jeff & Michelle Sadowsky




Freshman Class Drama Studio Co-Reps:

Sabrina Chosed (

Mindy Greenberg (


Sophomore Class Drama Studio Rep:

L. Scott (


Junior Class Drama Rep:

Andre Daquigan (


Senior Class Drama Rep:

Erin Gustafson (


Important Drama Links & Apps

1. Remind App
Please have students sign up for Remind App

Codes to join Remind:

Freshmen: @lagdrama27

Sophomores: @lagdrama26

Juniors: @lagdrama25

Seniors: @lagdrama24




Class of 2024 CLICK HERE

Class of 2025 CLICK HERE

Class of 2026 CLICK HERE

Class of 2027 CLICK HERE


Volunteer & Donate:

Are you a good cook? A skilled writer?

Great at organization? Love to make new friends? Have a car?  

No skill or asset is too great or too small!  

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we can call on you to help us support our talented kids throughout the year! 

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Purpose and Mission of the Drama Studio PA

The Purpose and Mission of the Drama Studio PA and its yearly fundraising efforts are to
support our Drama Studio students and faculty. We are a group of parent volunteers elected by
the Drama Studio parent body. At its essence, theater is storytelling. These stories can
illuminate the human experience and help us understand ourselves and our relationship to
others. Being a Drama student requires courage, vulnerability, deep introspection, and
understanding of the self. Regardless of your child's future path, what they learn from four
years of Drama at LaG will serve them in every aspect of their lives. Please join us in any way
you can to support their unique and valuable process. In the past few years, Drama

Studio funding has gone to support the following programs and events for our teachers and students (not a complete list):


The Drama PA Studio Annual Appeal supports:

  • The Spring Drama Festival (SDF): Drama students in the Senior class display their acting talents during the school’s annual Spring Drama Festival and perform in various shows, directed by LaG faculty and is also open to the public. Last year's shows included Rent, Our Town, You On The Moors Now, The Laramie Project, The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later.

  • Drama Student Workshops, Panels, and Master Classes: Theater/Audition Dance Technique Class with Broadway performer and LAG alum Tommy Bracco; 16 Bars and Beyond with Broadway performer Nicholas Rodriguez; The Business of Show with talent agent Jamie Harris from Clear Talent; Audition/Intuition with Broadway choreographer Michele Lynch, Q&A with Alison French, Casting Directory; Introduction to Screenwriting for Short Films with playwright and Lag alum Cayenne Douglass; Songwriting and Introduction to Musical Theater with Larry Pressgrove; Lag parent and improv actor and teacher; Voice Over Workshop with LaG alum and voiceover artist Marisa Dargahi, and much more.
  • Senior Support: Headshots for the senior drama students with Stomping Ground Photo; industry showcase consultants and website support; senior graduation; and, most importantly, the Drama PA is a major contributor to the Spring Drama Festival (SDFs) each year.
  • Consultants, music directors, special guests, and other in-class support: The PA has supported musical accompaniment for Winter and Spring Sings; special in-class workshops on mask work, and stage combat; workshops on on-camera acting and we have purchased props for scenes; new benches, shoe cubbies, and desks for the Drama dance room and office; and plays for our online Theater Library, and much more.
  • Faculty Support: Your support will help supply our Drama faculty with the tools needed to teach effectively during the school year. Some items in the past have included laptops, AirPods, ring lights, microphones, green screens, and adaptors. We have also provided extended-education classes for teachers, including a recent Juilliard class, Celebrating Black Playwrights, and Harvard class on Leading for Excellence and Equity. We also celebrate our teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week and with Holiday Kudos Boards.



Drama Studio PA Minutes

November 30, 2023 (Zoom Meeting)

September 27, 2023 (Google doc)

June 21, 2023 (Zoom meeting)

May 9, 2023 (Zoom meeting)

October 26, 2022 (Zoom meeting)