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Mrs. Hall with Scott Dreier and Sal Masekela - Carlsbad High Hall of Fame

Mrs. Hall with Sal Masekela and Scott Dreier - Hall of Fame 2011
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CHS Alum Robert Stromberg Directs Hit Film "Maleficent"

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CHS Art & Theatre Alum Robert Stromberg - Two Academy Awards for Art Direction

CHS Art & Theatre Alum Robert Stromberg Wins Academy Award for Art Direction
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Mrs. Monica Hall

Welcome to the Carlsbad High School Theatre Department!

National Youth Arts Awards 2017!

At the 12th Annual National Youth Arts Awards for the 2016-2017 season, Carlsbad High School earned 8 awards and 13 additional nominations!  The pit orchestra students and Ben Little (accepting for himself, fellow actors and the Outstanding Production Award) accepted their awards at the ceremony on Monday, July 3.  Monica Hall and Jane Craig-Jones also accepted their awards for Direction, Lifetime Contribution to Youth Theatre, and Costume Design.

 

Awards:

Outstanding Production: The Drowsy Chaperone

Lead Actor in a Musical: Ben Little as Man in the Chair in The Drowsy Chaperone

Lead Actor in a Musical: Ben Little as Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors

Lead Actress in a Musical: Alexis Dytko as The Drowsy Chaperone in The Drowsy Chaperone

Lead Actress in a Musical: Thalia Morales as Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors

Costume Design: Jane Craig-Jones for The Drowsy Chaperone

Youth Orchestra:  The Drowsy Chaperone

Direction: Monica Hogue Hall for Little Shop of Horrors

 

Lifetime Contribution to Youth Theatre:  Monica Hogue Hall

 

Nominations:

Lead Actress in a Musical: Sophia Marks as Janet in The Drowsy Chaperone

Supporting Actor in a Musical: Brandon Rovelo as Audrey II in Little Shop of Horrors

Supporting Actor in a Musical: Harrison Schwartz as Mr. Mushnik in Little Shop of Horrors

Supporting Actor in a Musical: Harrison Schwartz as Aldolpho in The Drowsy Chaperone

Supporting Actress in a Musical: Kira Davis as Ronnette in Little Shop of Horrors

Supporting Actress in a Musical: Kaylen Lash as Crystal in Little Shop of Horrors

Supporting Actress in a Musical: Breanna Lehman as Kitty in The Drowsy Chaperone

Supporting Actress in a Musical: Abigail Yi as Mrs. Tottendale in The Drowsy Chaperone

Ensemble: The Drowsy Chaperone

Costume Design: Jane Craig-Jones for Little Shop of Horrors

Choreography: Suzanne Fernandez for The Drowsy Chaperone

Musical Direction: Lyndon Pugeda for The Drowsy Chaperone

Direction: Monica Hogue Hall for The Drowsy Chaperone

 

 




At the 47th Annual Spirit of the MACY Awards, the Carlsbad High School musical productions won 27 individual awards, 4 finalists, a merit scholarship, and a Spirit of the MACY Award.  The cast of THE DROWSY CHAPERONE performed "Fancy Dress" for a packed house at the Segerstrom Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa.

 

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS:

 

Bright Spots:  Breanna Lehman and Michaela Edgin

Special Recognition:  Baylee Taylor and Jack Tunney

Achievement:  Harrison Schwartz, Brandan Rovelo and Nolan Palm

Outstanding Achievement:  Thalia Morales, Kaylen Lash, Kira Davis, Abigail Yi

Highest Achievement:  Ben Little

 

THE DROWSY CHAPERONE:

 

Bright Spots:  Brynn Wightman and Maya Alexander

Special Recognition:  Nolan Palm and Matt Gonzalez

Achievement:  Harrison Schwartz and Brandan Rovelo

Outstanding Achievement: Thalia Morales, Brandon Blackmon, Robert Forward Breanna Lehman

Highest Achievement:  Abigail Yi, Ben Little, Sophia Marks, Alexis Dytko, Carter Knight

 

Alexis Dytko and Ben Little were finalist for Best Actor and Best Actress as well as Best Comedian and Best Comedienne

 

Ben Little received a $1,000 merit scholarship.

 

AND Carlsbad's production placed in the top ten schools, receiving a Spirit of the MACY Award!

 


 


 

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Little Shop of Horrors


Lancer Day Parade 2016

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RoleAbout Success... Five Events to Finals!


 

Farewell to The@tre 902

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After 37 years at CHS, I've taken my final bow as the teacher in charge of "high school drama".  

 

To go to "work" and do what you love every day is a blessing.  Seeing students catch the theatre "bug" and grow and blossom as performers and as people has been my joy.  I can say that I never had a boring day, watching students exploring their artistic talents, and was lucky to teach with such a dedicated department and great colleagues.  Special thanks to current CHS teachers Chris Robertson and Jeff Spanier and former CHS Teachers Tom Robertson and Wayne Beauvais who took the risk to become actors in our musicals and trusted me as their director.

 

I may be retiring from my position, but I will always be an arts educator and a Lancer.  Thank you for your support of the CHS Theatre students... you really cannot know how much your attendance at productions and hearing you say "Good job" means to them... and has meant to me, too.

 

Thanks for the memories ---

 

Mrs. Hall


 

New Drama Club Weebly Website:

http://carlsbaddramaclub.weebly.com/

SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL WINNERS!


 

Congratulations to the PreAdvanced Theatre students for taking 1st place in Ensemble scenes for their KING LEAR scene and 3rd place for Ensemble scenes for A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM at the 12th Annual San Diego Shakespeare Society Festival in Balboa Park!  Bravo to Adam Oberman for winning the award for Outstanding Actor on the Folly Stage!  Great work!!

Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind Dress Rehearsal

Congratulations to the "Bright Spots" at the 2nd Annual Carlsbad Theatre Festival!

 

Serious Monologues:  Maddi Austin and Carter Knight

Musical:  The ALADDIN Group!

Comedy Scene:  Sophie Edelman

Serious Scene:  Addy Janssen

Film Scene:  Natalie Moeller

 


 

To contact Mrs. Hall:

phone:  760 331-5764

e-mail: mhall@carlsbadusd.net or carlsbadhstheatre@mac.com

CHS Theatre website:  http://chstd.wordpress.com/

Meet Mrs. Hall

Mrs. Monica Hall received her B.A. and Master's degrees in Theatre from UCLA. She teaches Theatre One, Intermediate Theatre, PreAdvanced Theatre, Advanced Theatre, Technical Theatre and Musical ...more

Alums Visit January 2017

Alums Visit January 2016

Alums Visit January 2016

CHS Alum Jamen Nanthakumar @ Playbill.com

Read about CHS's Jamen Nanthakumar and his new endeavors writing musicals in New York!

 

http://www.playbill.com/news/article/in-the-era-of-lin-manuel-miranda-why-college-performers-are-becoming-songwriters-too-384970

 

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Alum Kevin Klauber (left) - ACE Award for Editing Oscar Winner 20 Feet From Stardom

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The CAC in 1982

The CAC in 1982
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