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The Norse Mythology Ragnasplosion Auditions

  • The Norse Mythology Ragnasplosion

    Auditions for this year's open call play, The Norse Mythology Ragnasplosion by Don Zolidis, will be held on Monday, September 19 from 2:30pm-6:00pm. Any Archer student can audition, regardless of experience or if you're in a theatre class.

    Be prepared to:

    • Cold read sides from the play (available to read on the callboard in the fine arts hall)
    • Improvise
    • Demonstrate any special skills you would like to show off (puppetry, juggling, musical instruments, tumbling, etc.)

    Everyone auditioning to be in the cast or crew must:

    • Fill out this audition form by the end of the day on Thursday, September 15.
    • Bring a completed Rehearsal Contract to the audition, signed by a parent or guardian. Contracts are available on the callboard or can be downloaded by clicking here)
    • Sign up for an audition slot on the callboard in the fine arts hall by Thursday, September 15 (if you fill out the audition form but do not sign up for a slot, you will be assigned a group)

2022-2023 Season

  • Poster of the shows for the 2022-2023 season

    We're excited to announce our season for the 2022-2023 school year!

    • Improv-edy Improv Competition: September 23
    • Emma: A Pop Musical JV (One-Act Competition Play): October 19, 20, 22
    • The Norse Mythology Ragnasplosion (Open Call Show): December 8-10
    • Student-Directed One Act Plays: January 27-28
    • Acting Class Children's Play (TBD): March 2-4
    • Improv-edy Improv Competition: March 31
    • Puffs: April 20-22
    • End-of-Year Drama Banquet: May 12

2021-2022 Year-End Video

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Degrees and Certifications:

BFA in Theatre Performance from Valdosta State University MFA in Theatre Education from Columbus State University

Mr. Brian Work

Mr. Work has been the theatre director at Archer High School since 2018. Prior to teaching, he worked in the theatre and film industry throughout the Southeast and Chicago. He is the author of the YA fantasy novel Into the Black, the writer of the play Once Upon A RomCom: The Bill Pullman Story, and the writer/director of the feature film Uncommon Law.