THS’s “Drop Dead, Juliet” qualifies for Sectional competition


TOMAHAWK – Tomahawk High School’s one act play “Drop Dead, Juliet” was successful in qualifying for Sectional competition to be held in Oconto Falls on Tuesday, Oct. 29 and Wednesday, Oct. 30. There, they will attempt to move on to the State Theatre Festival, which will take place this year at UW-Milwaukee from Nov. 21 through 23.

Public performances for the middle and high schools as well as the community are scheduled for Monday, Nov. 18. More details will follow in the future.


Juliet has had it! She hates dying every night, is annoyed by the lame-o plot, is appalled that there are hardly any parts for women, and believes, of course, everyone should be living happily ever after. So as any strong-willed woman would, she sets out to change Shakespeare’s masterpiece, much to the chagrin of Shakespeare himself.


Juliet, Semra Marquardt; Romeo, Jack McGovern; Lord Capulet, Nathanael Graeber; Nurse, Sydney Michalski; Prince/Princess, Annie Shrigley; Shakespeare, Jimmy Rau; Lady Montague, Maura Koth; Friar Lawrence, Elijahh Mullen; Friar John, Martin Schmidt; Lady Capulet, Grace Kummerfeldt; Desdemona, Olivia Kiser; Sampson, Dellana Graeber; Gregory, Sylvia Dhaseleer; Abram, Kaina Mehmeti; A Montague, Lucas Stelzer; Mercutio, Natalie Reiter; Tybalt, Kailey Cerny; Ophelia, Stacey Radtke; Another Montague, Christopher Callahan.


Student Director, Adison Villar; Sound Technician, Dominic Daniels; Lighting Technician, McKenna Roessler; Spotlight Operator, Keaton Friske; Stage Manager, Allison Schmidt; Assistant Stage Manager, Collin Ott; Run Crew/Stagehands, Aurora Peetz, Catalina Dieter, Jessica Jonesi.

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