Westerville North Theatre Boosters - Welcome

Hello and Welcome to the Theatre Department Blog.

Theatre at Westerville North is somewhere any student can explore their creativity, have fun and make friends, and learn some great things about acting, and the Theatre along the way.  Our Directors, Kim Mollohan and Ron Fansler (Technical Director) are committed to fun and quality productions that uphold the rich and quality reputation at Westerville North.

Join us for our season of Classics:

Welcome to the Westerville North Theatre Boosters

  • Little Women was performed November 8, 9, 10
  • Peter Pan (our Musical) will be February 28, March 1, 2 and 3
  • Harvey will be performed April 18, 19 and 20

Thespian Club and Theatre Boosters

  • Thespian Club meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month in the auditorium at 3 pm
  • Theatre Booster meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month in the Media Center at 7 pm

The next performances are our Senior Directed One Acts. Please come enjoy this collection and support the Theatre Scholarship program on December 14 & 15 at 7 pm Here is a description of each of the one acts:

Polar Twilight, by Hilary DePiano
Directed by Samantha Gaston 

When three candidates are called to interview for a PR position at the North Pole, they expect to find a dream job gift-wrapped for them. But all that changes once they meet Big Red himself -- suddenly everything they thought they knew about him is proven terrifyingly wrong. Even if this revelation has sucked all the life out of the legend for them, the alternative is worse: what would happen if everyone knew? Can they help Santa maintain his jolly public image, or could this be the end of Christmas as we know it?

Rejection! or, Will Date For Food, by Ian McWethy
Directed by Joelle Marshall

After their parents threaten to stop feeding them if they don't go to prom, two teens are forced to ask out as many people as possible until they each find a date. But as they scout their respective schools, hilarity and insanity ensue. From the young man intent on bringing his whole family with him, to the clueless nerd who thinks "Prom" is a type of beverage, to the daredevil who plans to bring fireworks, it soon becomes clear that any date will make this dance one to remember.
Drugs Are Bad, by Jonathan Rand
Directed by Matt Lascheid

Brad comes home from school one day to find his parents waiting for him, deeply concerned. They have found a secret that Brad stashed away in his underwear drawer: an algebra book. That's right -- Brad has been studying behind their backs, instead of following his parents' strict insistence on sex, drugs, and rock & roll. What unfolds is a parody of all those insufferable after-school specials that made us who we are today.