WHAT IS A THESPIAN?
Thespians are an elite group of Drama Club Members whose dedication, commitment, and achievements have proven to set them apart as an influential key to the American Canyon Theatre Arts program.
HOW DO I BECOME A THESPIAN?
In order to become a Thespian, you must first earn 10 Thespian points. Points can be earned by participating in shows as an actor or techie, building sets and house crewing performances, or collaboratively working toward our fundraising goals. There are many opportunities, just ask anyone on the executive board and they'll be happy to give you some ideas.
1 point=10 hours, therefore 10 points=100 hours
HOW DO I GET MY POINTS RECORDED?
Once you become a member of the drama club, you will receive a goldenrod points sheet. On it, you will be able to record your points. Once you have done some work, simply write down (in pencil!) the job you did and how many hours/points you think you have earned. Have Ms. Heartt sign it off and once you have 5 points or more, turn in your sheet, get a new sheet, and start adding new points. If you lose your gold points sheet, you WILL NOT receive those points no matter how many points you had. To start calculating whether you might qualify to be inducted, use this google doc.
Thespian Society Co-President, Haley Konoval has been bringing creativity and confidence to the drama department since 2015.
Casey Cenal, a Co-President of the society, has been displaying her organization skills through her work as a stage manager since her freshman year.
Thespian Society Vice President, Leila has been a member of the theatre department since 2015, but has worked both backstage and onstage, particularly memorable as Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream in 2016.
A senior, Brigitte, Thespian Society secretary, also serves as an assistant stage manager.
Senior Taylor has participated in ACHS Theatre Arts since 6th grade. As treasurer,
Thespian Society Web Master Robyn-Elizabeth Yan has been a part of the ACHS Drama program for 3 years.