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Fall 2022 - Blithe Spirit


Mariemont High School will present its 2022 Fall Play Blithe Spirit, on:

Friday, November 18 - 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, November 19 - 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, November 20 - 1:00 p.m.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students/seniors (age 62+), and can be purchased online at Early Access for MAA members opens at 12:01 a.m. on October 24, and Public Sales open at 12:01 a.m. on November 1. To join the MAA, please click HERE.

All seating for both the Fall Play and Spring Musical are now RESERVED. We no longer offer "night of" ticket sales. Online sales end 1 hour prior to curtain, and the box office will be staffed for any questions, beginning 1 hour prior to curtain. You will be asked to show a printed or mobile ticket upon entry to the auditorium. Doors close 5 minutes prior to curtain. 
If you have any ticketing questions, please contact Box Office Manager Diane Wickham at: [email protected], 512-767-3949.

Performing Arts at Mariemont

Mariemont recognizes the value of theater not only in the growth and education of those students interested in pursuing careers in performing arts or theater management, but also in the development of any student whose future might include teaching, public speaking, or event / project management.

We have designed a largely extracurricular theater program that introduces students to progressively more sophisticated challenges, both on stage and off.

Our theater experience begins at the elementary schools, where students are given the opportunity to participate in class productions - emphasis is on participating in a collaborative effort, understanding the components of a stage production, and learning the basics of stage performance including stage movement, vocal projection, and the role of cause and effect in acting.

In junior high, we raise the bar - casting is more competitive, and expectations for cast and crew are higher. Students learn more advanced blocking and acting, and are introduced to the use of light and sound to create mood, theme, and plot. Students are encouraged to expand their acting ability and to take greater risks in their roles; crew is expected to learn all the basic technical aspects of sound, lighting, and stage management.

The high school productions are directed by professionals, and are cast and managed as professional productions with a youth cast. Directors encourage students to become a much larger part of the creative process, collaborating in the development of characters and action. Students focus on more advanced techniques including character and scene analysis, timing, and improvisational techniques. The crew focuses on the range of options available in sound and lighting, and the impact of stage management on creative content.
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