FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 4, 2020
Chelmsford High School Theatre Guild Advances to Semi-Formal Round of METG Festival
CHELMSFORD, MA – We are pleased to announce that once again, our Chelmsford High Theatre Guild has been selected to advance to the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild (METG) State Finals One Act Competition.
This year’s production, An Dreolin, is an original piece by Eloise Hoffman.
The CHS Theatre Guild received the following awards at the Preliminary Round of the competition:
Allison Dorsey – Acting Award
Emma DeWitt – Acting Award
Connor Quirbach – Acting Award
Nathan Morrissey, Krystal Qiao and Chase Boles – Music arrangement and performance award – ,
Gayuthri Manthra – Set Design Award
Kristina Reynolds – Projection Award
Dan Sylvia and Emma LaCava – The David Dooley award –
The semi-finals will take place on Saturday, March 14, 2020. If you would like to catch the show prior to the semi-finals, you are welcome to attend the open dress rehearsal on Wednesday, March 11 at 7:00 p.m. at the Carl J. Rondina Performing Arts Center at CHS.
If you have any questions or require further information, please contact Ms. Lauren Cochran at email@example.com or call 978-251-511 ext. 5593
About Chelmsford Public Schools
The Chelmsford Public School District provides all students with multiple pathways to optimize their own potential for academic excellence, leadership, and social and emotional wellness. The mission of the Chelmsford Public Schools is to educate, engage, prepare, and empower well-rounded and knowledgeable learners to PERSEVERE through challenges, demonstrate RESPECT and INTEGRITY in their words and actions, are DEDICATED to their community, and display EMPATHY as global citizens while discovering and pursuing their full potential. This PRIDE-driven culture enables all members of the school community to support the growth and development of students. For more information, please visit http://chelmsfordschools.org/
Jodie A. Luksha
Communications & Media Director
Chelmsford Public Schools
978-251-5100 ext. 6932