WELCOME TO OUR GOREVILLE HIGH SCHOOL DRAMA PAGE!!!!! Our sponsor, Mrs. Barb Stanley, puts together one major musical production each year for students to participate. We have performed such titles as: Guys and Dolls, Bye Bye Birdie, Crazy For You, Grease, Annie, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and many others.
GOREVILLE HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS "GUYS AND DOLLS"!
Congratulations to the Goreville High School Drama Club for a great performance of "Guys and Dolls"!
WE ARE PROUD OF YOU!!!
DRAMA CLUB PRESENTS "GREASE"
The Goreville High School Drama Club presented the musical "Grease" to packed houses on Friday and Saturday Night. With great last performances from seniors John Smith, Corinne Carlton, Markella Patterson, and Alex Andros, the cast and crew put on a seamless and entertaining production for all of the Goreville community and surrounding area. The musical was directed by High School Drama Club Sponsor Barb Smith and assisted by Junior High Drama Club Sponsor Dana Harris and volunteer Nancy Farris.
Congratulations Drama Club!!! WE ARE PROUD OF YOU!!!
GOREVILLE HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS "BYE BYE BIRDIE" 2010
The Goreville High School spring drama production of " Bye Bye Birdie " was performed March 19 and 20 at the High School Gym to two sell-out crowds! The musical told the story of a rock and roll singer who is about to be inducted into the army. The singer, Conrad Birdie, was played by Dylan Lyell. Conrad's manager - Albert, played by Brody Whitehead, and his secretary - Rosie - played by Samantha Short - plan a publicity ploy to make them rich with one last hit from Conrad before he goes into the army. The plan is to travel to Sweetapple Ohio and give "One Last Kiss" to sweet 15 year old Kim MacAfee played by Breanna Housewright. There were 39 high-school students involved in the musical!
Congratulations Goreville High School Drama Club!!! You did a GREAT JOB!!!
GOREVILLE HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS "CRAZY FOR YOU - THE MUSICAL"
The Goreville High School Drama Club presented "Crazy For You" in the High School Gym on April 13th and 14th.
Congratulations Drama Club on a GREAT PERFORMANCE!!!
OKLAHOMA!The Goreville High School Drama Club presented "Oklahoma!" to large crowds on March 25 and 26 as well as a presentation to the students on March 25! The show was set in the Indian Territory at the turn of the century when cattlemen and farmers were fighting over fences and water rights. In the middle of that controversy are two more rivalries: One between a cowboy called Curley (played by Colin Stone) and a hired hand named Jud, (played by Chisum Kirby) both in love with Laurey (Kasey Bishop). The second involved Ado Annie, (Marissa Melot) Will, (Robert Smith) Ali Hakim, (Nick Andros), and Aunt Eller (Samantha Manier) a group that provided plenty of laughs and great entertainment for the community!Congratulations Goreville High School Drama Club!!! We are proud of you!!!
GOREVILLE STUDENTS PERFORM "ANNIE"
The Goreville Drama Club, lead by Mrs. Barb Smith, presented the musical "Annie" as their annual production. The musical was performed by several students in grades 4-12.
Congratulations and great job!!!
"THE FLOATING PRINCESS"Students from all over Goreville Schools participated in this year's musical production of "The Floating Princess" directed by Mrs. Barb Smith, Band Director. The musical featured students from grades 3-12 and told the story of a Princess, played by Senior Karra Kirby, and the spell that her jealous aunt (played by Junior Kacy Andros) placed on her. The spell made the Princess float and the only way to break the spell, was if the princess shed a tear. The musical was performed 5 times over a 3 day period at Goreville High School and was enjoyed by the entire community.Everyone did a great job and we are very proud of you!!!
STUDENTS PERFORM 2006 MUSICAL COMEDY "WAY OUT WEST, IN A DRESS"
Several talented Goreville High School students performed the musical comedy "Way Out West, In A Dress" to elementary students March 30 and March 31 and then to the public on March 31 and April 1. The musical was directed by Mrs. Smith. Congratulations to all on a great performance!!