2014-2015 DTASC Festivals

Fall 2014 Festivals
October 25, 2014 – C Division Festival
Temecula Valley High School
31555 Rancho Vista Rd
Temecula, CA 92592

C Division Festival Program

C Division Festival Host Letter

November 1, 2014 – A/B Division Festival
Royal Oak Middle School
303 Glendora Ave
Covina, CA 91724

I. Tech Theatre – Peter Pan (Play or musical)
II. Audition Monologue
III. More Than A Narrator
IV. Plays of Social Conscience (Straight Cut)
V. Pantomime
VI. Theme Collage (Musical)
VII. Large Open Drama
VIII. Large Open Comedy

Fall Festival Rules

Fall Festival Salute to the Winners
Monday, November 10, 2014
Colony Theatre
555 N. 3rd St
Burbank, CA 91502

Spring 2015 Shakespeare Festival
April 18, 2015 – A/B/C Combined Festival
I. Tech Theatre – King Lear & Merry Wives of Windsor
II. Audition Monologue
III. Women in Disguise
IV. All in a Day’s Work – includes a character who has a title
of a job and no name listed.
V. Villains (from the perspective of the villain)
VI. The Play’s the Thing (One Play – Straight Cut)
VII. Large Drama – King Lear
VIII. Large Comedy – Merry Wives of Windsor

Shakespeare Festival Mandatory Meeting
January 24, 2015
Marymount High School
10643 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90077

Our 2014-2016 DTASC Board of Directors:
President Brian Bozanich
Exec. Vice President Seth Cohen
Div. C Vice President Chuck Kuhn
Div. A/B Vice President Marcia Barryte
Treasurer Lynn Lanning
Recording Secretary Jane Smith
Membership Secretary Susan Eiden
Div. C Registrar Scott Hunter
Div. A/B Registrar Barbara Zatarain
Historian Roger Graziani
Advocacy Coordinator Gai Jones
President Ex-Officio Bill Garrett

If you are reaching a DTASC Milestone year (10, 20, 25 years etc) please contact Brian Bozanich

SHAKESPEARE HIGH, The documentary centering on DTASC’s Shakespeare Festival is available on DVD through Amazon and Netflix!  Visit  shakespearehigh.org for more information.