Woodinville High School Theatre Company Vision
The WHSTC is committed to empowering the students of WHS; believing in their ability to create art, and offering a safe, supportive, and inclusive place for them to develop into lifelong learners and just citizens.
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All plays will remain live through the YouTube link (sent at time of purchase) until November 8th at 9:00pm
Upcoming opportunities for students
5th Avenue Theatre - Rising Star Project 2020/21
All Washington State teens (14-19) are eligible to apply - Deadline is November 9th at 5thavenue.org
Since 2011, Rising Star Project has opened the doors of The 5th Avenue Theatre to teenagers throughout Washington State. This season, Rising Star Project offers students (age 14-19) the chance to develop professional skills through the process of creating and developing original 10-minute musicals. A student team of young directors, stage managers, and performers will present the original work of their peers at The 5th Avenue and in select venues throughout the community. All participants will be trained and mentored by dedicated theater professionals at The 5th Avenue Theatre.
What happened to the mainstage production?
Every other year, Rising Star Project focuses on students who are interested in writing and developing new musicals—introducing them to The 5th Avenue Theatre’s New Works development process. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2021 will also be a season dedicated to creating original new work via digital platforms and contributing to the exciting body of innovative musical theater performances that is growing within the parameters of social distancing.
Rising Star Project will produce a mainstage production in a future season when rehearsals and performances can once again be conducted safely. Until then, all students are strongly encouraged to apply multiple years, in order to fully understand the unique and epic effort it takes to create a musical.
For more information, visit 5thavenue.org