Theatre Advisory & Goals

Fostering Creativity Through Performance & Stagecraft
  • Advisor in Theatre Robin Mello, Ph.D.

    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2400 E. Kenwood Blvd., Milwaukee, WI 53211,
    Phone: (414) 229-6066
  • Section 1 Representative Jeffer Scheuer

    Owen-Withee HS, PO Box 417 / 832 W 3rd St, Owen, WI,
    Phone: 715-229-2151
    Fax: 715-229-4322
  • Section 2 Representative Peter Geissler

    Luxemburg-Casco HS, 510 Center Drive, Luxemburg, WI 54217,
    Phone: 920-845-2336
  • Section 3 Representative Chris Simonson

    Riverdale High School, 235 E. Elm St., Muscoda, WI 53573,
    Phone: 608-739-3116
  • Section 4 Representative Herb Stoltenberg

    Plymouth HS, 125 Highland Dr., Plymouth, WI 53073,
    Phone: 920-893-6911
  • Section 5 Representative Nic Cicerale

    Kenosha Tremper HS, 100 Field Drive, Kenosha, WI 53143,
    Phone: 262-359-2163

Theatre Goals & Objectives

Theatre Festival Photo (Girls applying make-up)Association Goals

  • To provide a significant training ground for students in dramatic arts.
  • To provide multiple opportunities for member schools to view each other's dramatic work.

Association Objectives

  • To emphasize actor training, script analysis, and the creative design and use of production elements.
  • To maintain a system of multiple production opportunities grounded in workshop and festival counseling.

TheatreStudent Objectives

  • Skills
    A. Develop skill in oral language and all expressive mechanisms (voice and bodily expression).
    B. Develop understanding in psychological, moral, physical and socio-economic analysis of character (analytic skills).
    C. Learn the elements of stagecraft and production (craft skills).
  • Intellect
    A. Understanding the investigation of literature, history of divergent societies and cultures, and drama as a social force (cognitive base).
    B. Develop an appreciation of an aesthetic and intellectual activity (affective base).
    C. Learn the channels for creative dramatic work through original productions and alternative forms of theatrical expressions such as dance, mime, etc., (creative base).
  • Social
    A. To realize the simultaneous opportunities for leadership and group participation (group-level cooperation).
    B. Meeting and interacting with students from other schools in the context of a social and intellectual activity (acculturation).
    C. Promoting school and community relations through a display of the school's intellectual and artistic work (school-community).
    D. Develop recreational outlets for the future (future).