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Straight to the Stars Youth Theatre

About:
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Straight to the Stars Youth Theatre is the newest addition to Williamson County Parks & Recreation's award-winning family of youth theatre options. Straight to the Stars produces a straight (non-musical) play starring High School actors (rising freshmen through graduating seniors) during the summer. Straight plays generally have smaller casts, so these productions offer our oldest child actors the opportunity to more fully develop their acting skills and delve into their characters in a smaller community of actors.

Straight to the Stars' inaugural production was Cheaper by the Dozen in August 2019, starring students from over half of Williamson County's high schools plus several home school groups. Performances were in the beautiful Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park.

Stay tuned for information on Straight to the Stars' Summer 2020 production.

 

 

Director:

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Annie Rice: Director

Having grown up in Williamson County, Annie Rice is thrilled to be joining the Williamson County Parks & Recreation youth theatre family!  Annie and her family moved here in 1991 and lived in Brentwood where she attended Crockett Elementary, Woodland Middle, and Brentwood High School.  She was Fairview High School's theater director for five years and helped open Summit High School as their theater director eight years ago.  Over the years, she has appeared on stage around town at Towne Centre Theatre, Pull-Tight Theatre, and Old School Theatre as an actress and has directed well over 30 plays and musicals since her college days at Lipscomb University.  Her most recent shows include The Diary of Anne Frank, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, You Can't Take it With You, and Mary Poppins.


If you have questions about any of our Youth Theatre programs, please email Alison Worden at alison.worden@williamsoncounty-tn.gov

 

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