Mullen High School has a rich tradition in the performing arts, dating back to 1969 with its first production, My Fair Lady. Our acclaimed performing arts program features performances in the Rilko Theatre. These world class venues coupled with the skill of our performing arts faculty, who are all working, professional artists, brings a unique experience to the Mullen High School student artist. See you at the shows!
Miss Brooks has plenty of teacher troubles and her "escape" is in dreaming about her vacation. She has travel folders on several Caribbean cruises which she discusses with the athletic coach who owns his own little sailboat. Miss Brooks suddenly sees that perhaps he's "the man" for her. She's glad she isn't putting on the school play this year so she won't have to fight him for use of the gym. Then the ax falls. The play is thrust upon her! A battle royal develops. The coach's star athlete Ted gives up the team to play the leading boy's part. The daughter of the school board president is determined to play opposite him but she reads her lines so poorly that Miss Brooks gives the role to an attractive nobody with real talent. And that is when the chaos begins!
NO! Everyone is welcome. No experience is necessary. There are all kinds of opportunities besides being on stage including: set design, costumes, make up, props, sound, lighting, building, painting, publicity, house management, etc.
Strongly recommended for all students interested in auditioning for the musical. Song excerpts, sides (monologues/scenes), and dance number will be discussed and modeled. Discussion about the elements of a good audition will be reviewed as well.