Author: tamdramacte

Measure for Measure and As You Like It

Measure for Measure and As You Like It

 

Two Shakespeare plays directed by Julianna Rees
April 24-28 at 7:00 PM

Thank you for coming to see Oliver Twist!

Two of Shakespeare’s most acclaimed plays were performed in an abbreviated form to create a great evening of entertainment at TAM High School’s Conservatory Theatre Ensemble, an award-winning student theatre company. “Measure For Measure” and “As You Like It” was adapted and directed by Julianna Rees, and performed by an ensemble cast in both plays. It featured several originally-composed songs and extremely prestigious ukulele talent.

Sense and Sensibility

Sense and Sensibility

September 26-30 2016

Thank you for coming to see Sense and Sensibility!

CTE presented “Sense And Sensibility” as the first show of the 2016-17 season. The play is adapted from Jane Austen by Kate Hamill and was here directed by Bay Area veteran theatre artist, Carla Spindt, a guest artist at CTE.

 

Beowulf

Beowulf

Adapted and Directed by Julianna Rees

October 24-28 2016

Thank you for coming to see Beowulf!

Shows begin at 7:00 PM. Seating is first-come, first-served when the doors open at 6:30.
Tickets can be purchased in person at the box office before the performances.

Tamalpais High School’s Conservatory Theatre Ensemble opened its 40th anniversary season with a new adaptation of Beowulf. This version featured a cast of twenty, live percussion, songs, stage combat, and dynamic physicality.  The cast included tenth through twelfth graders enrolled in CTE Tam’s advanced drama classes.  The production was fully student designed and produced. Percussionist and guest artist Jason Lynn created an original drum score for the cast to play as they accompany the action of the play.

The Prince and the Pauper

The Prince and the Pauper

Thank you for coming to see The Prince and the Pauper!

Jemma Kennedy’s adaption from Mark Twain

Directed by Molly Noble

November 29-Dec 3

Just in time for the holidays, Conservatory Theatre Ensemble presented a classic tale from the beloved canon of Mark Twain. The story is about a poor boy and a lonely young prince who exchange identities that produce entertaining situations as they gain new perspectives on their lives in Merry Old Tudor England. CTE’s production was directed by Bay Area Theatre Artist, Molly Noble, and featured advanced acting students playing multiple roles.