Read the Audition Notice Carefully - Omaha Burke Choirs

Read the Audition Notice Carefully - Omaha Burke Choirs

WELCOME to the BURKE THEATRE & VOCAL BOOSTER MEETING! Reminders and Contact Info Remind 101 Theatre Boosters To receive messages via text, text @theatreboo to 81010 Mrs. Emily Mokrycki

402-557-3238 [email protected] Remind 101 Vocal Boosters To receive messages via text, text @vmboosters to 81010 Mr. David Groth 402-557-3253 [email protected]

BOARD MEMBERS President: Shawn Bonge [email protected] Vice-President: Anne Belshan [email protected] Secretary: Heather Tiemann [email protected]

Treasurer: Lisa Reid [email protected] Purpose The Omaha Performing Arts Nebraska High School Theatre Awards program celebrates the artistic achievements of local high schools, students and teachers involved in musical theatre supports high schools by providing high-quality learning experiences

for students and advocates for the importance of high school theatre education. AWARDS SHOWCASE FRIDAY, JUNE 8 http://www.nebraskahsta.org/about-us/ Burke students honored in the past: Outstanding Musical Production & Outstanding Ensemble 2016 Beauty and the Beast Outstand Musical Production & Backstage of Excellence 2017 SHREK Burke students honored in the past: Julianna Cooper, Ben Adams, Kelsey Keres, Xander Cox

Featured Ensemble members: Katelyn Boyes, Nixon Chica, Mia Sherlock, Nadia Williams, Boston Reid, Samantha Simpson, Joseph Wright J TAP WORKSHOP Tuesday, October 24 and Wednesday, October 25 and Wednesday, November 1 thru Friday, November 3 4:00pm-5:30pm $50 BEFORE next Thursday, September 22nd

$60 AFTER Provide your own tap shoes TO REGISTER: Cash OR Check made payable to Debbie Massey-Schneweis placed in a sealed envelope write your name on the envelope and turn in to Mrs. Mokrycki State Thespian Festival DATE: January 4-6, 2018

$164 cash or check (includes registration, hotel, and meal Friday night) DUE OCTOBER 5th Registration Form Online Other Opportunities & I.E. Guidelines International Thespian Festival DATE: June 25-30, 2018

$720 cash or check (includes registration, room and board) DUE MARCH 1st DISTRICT MUSIC CONTEST April 19-21 $15 per entry Available to Treble Ensemble and Concert Choir Student to participate Solo, Duets, Trios, Quartets and Misc.

Ensembles Large Group Performances April 19 or 20 Small Group Performance April 21 District Recital April 25 For those earning 1 ratings OTHER VOCAL OPPORTUNITIES Mens Honor Choir September 19 at Northwest High

School Noon-8pm Choral Collaborative November 12 Womens Choir Day at UNL April 3 ALL DAY Concert Choir and Treble Ensemble Women

New York City Trip March 11-14, 2018 Registration Deadline September 22 Covers ALL expenses Airfare (minus luggage fee) Hotel Tickets to TWO Broadways shows (determined after final registration) Sightseeing Food

Transportation REGISTER HERE: http:// portal.schooltoursofamerica.com/front/trip/n j7k4c ALL Shirts - $15 Drama Club Shirt Choir is Neat A Wrinkle in Time Fall Play

Synergy Oynx Ovation BUDGET FALL SHOW BUDGET MUSICAL BUDGET SPRING SHOW SHOW CHOIR

Ticket Sales http://bhsne.booktix.com SEASON TICKETS Flex Package - $50 Four tickets to ANY of the productions On sale until Wednesday, October 11th Early Access to Purchase tickets PATRONTIME $15 Until September 29th

VIPCRAZY $20 November 13th thru January 13 PATRONCRAZY $15 January 15th thru February PATRONDREAM $15 March 9th thru March 31 Fundraisers

Carwash September 23rd Raising Canes October 11th Concessions During Plays & Musical Flowers During Plays & Musical Poinsettia Sales December 12 after concert Middle School Boot Camp February 17

Raising Canes February 21st Walk-A-Thon Saturday, October 28th Point Person: Heather Tiemann Individual Student Fundraiser to help pay for such items as: Shirts State Festival International Festival

Show Choir Suggested Donation New York City Advertisements Point Person: Melissa Sherlock [email protected] ook.com Can purchase

yourself Need help selling/ contacting potential advertisers BURKE BASH Point Person: Shawn Bonge Friday, November 17

For every theatre/vocal table of 8 $100 is donated back to our departments SPONSORSHIP Looking for a Point Person Committee would work to determine levels Previous levels: SPONSOR $1000

UNDERWRITER $500 GOLD MEMBER $250 BURKE ALUMNI SPONSOR $100** GOAL: $4500 $2000 for Musical $2000 for Show Choir $500 for Musical Theatre Ensemble Choreographer Volunteer Opportunities

Level 1. Is intended for activities that are at the school. This is the most basic level and does not involve student contact. Examples include clerical work, filing in the office area. Level 2. Is intended for activities where the Volunteer is ALWAYS in a group setting with certificated OPS staff member present. This level of clearance will allow you to act as a volunteer in classrooms, support campus activities such as Room Parent, Library Aide. Level 3. Requires a criminal background check and approval through Human Resources. This level is intended for individuals who may be working one on one with a student, with or without direct supervision of

a certificated staff OPS staff member, which may be taking place either on or off district property. This level of clearance will allow you to act as a volunteer in activities, involved in supervising students, such as tutors, field trip or dance chaperones, coaches, and mentors. Volunteer Opportunities https:// goo.gl/forms/AwEj74jiFnQUvlsC3 Link: https://

omaha.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID= 4487 Online Access THEATRE: www.burketheatre.wixsite.com/o psdrama CHOIR: www.burkechoirs.weebly.com

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