2019-2020 THESPIAN OFFICERS
The officers of Troupe 2332 are active members of the International Thespian Society who are elected by their peers each year to serve as the voice of the troupe, lead meetings each week, and plan events such as Inductions at the end of each year.
What are Thespians?
A Thespian troupe is an honor society that recognizes and rewards excellence among the participants in the theatre arts program. In order to become a Thespian, a student must earn ten points, the equivalent of one hundred hours of work, which allows them to be inducted into the International Thespian Society.
Check out the link below for more information on the point system:
Our troupe provides many opportunities to experience and get involved in theatre both inside and outside of school. Each year, for instance, Troupe 2332 attends Texas Thespian Festival, held at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, Texas. This opportunity allows thespians to participate in workshops, see shows, perform, compete, and attend lectures from experienced, working professionals in the theatre world (from Broadway to television!) It's an amazingly beneficial experience for anyone interested in theatre, and each year we are blown away by the range of activities offered. Each member of our troupe who attends is required to participate in at least one competitive event. These include tech challenges to musical solos and everything in between!
If you would like to learn more about state festival, please visit the official webpage linked below:
THESPIANS OF THE MONTH
Each month, the officers choose a Thespian that they believe embodies the best characteristics of a Thespian and that goes above and beyond for the program.