May 2007


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2006-2007 Season
Caskey Orthodontics

The Ailshire Family and Outreach Health Services

Tinker Bell
TexomaCare Pediatrics

St. Mary's School

TexomaCare Pediatrics

Sherman Tourism Department
Texoma 11
Sherman Arts Festival
Oliver Dewey Mayor Foundation
Sherman Council for the Arts and Humanities (SCAH)
Red River Nephrology Associates
American Bank of Texas
La Quinta Inn and Suites
Bob Utter Ford Lincoln Mercury
Hin-Co Printing and Publishers
Pediatric Dental Specialists
Dr. Stokes Orthodontics

Josh Harris

A young Josh Harris as Lurvy in Theatricks 2002 production of CHARLOTTE'S WEB.

Supporting Cast Members Shine in UIL

Sherman High School's One Act Play, "The Miser," by Moliere, garnered several awards at the recent contest held at Grayson County College. Of the 83 actors who participated in the contest from some eight schools, only one actor and one actress are chosen for Best Actor and Best Actress. Supporting Cast member Josh Harris, a senior from Sherman, was chosen as Best Actor for the entire contest.

Curry Whitmire

A young Curry Whitmire as John in Theatricks 2000 production of PETER PAN.

Josh first got involved with the Sherman Community Players/ Theatricks in the summer of 2002 and the production of CHARLOTTE'S WEB. Josh played Lurvy, the farmhand. Since that time, Josh has developed into a well-rounded actor as denoted by this recognition as Best Actor.

Elise Hebert

A young Elise Hebert as the Ostrich in Theatricks 2000 production of PETER PAN.

Also recognized was Supporting Cast member Curry Whitmire, a Sherman senior, who made the All-Star Cast, and Supporting Cast member Elise Hebert, a Sherman freshman, as part of Sherman's technical crew as Stage Manager.

Congratulations to these Supporting Cast members on letting your talents shine in theatre!

Theatricks Director Webster Crocker Finishes Stint as Austin College Professor

For those of you who may not know, Theatricks Director Webster Crocker was asked by Austin College professor Kathleen Campbell to teach a college course at Austin College this spring semester on Scene and Lighting Design which came to a close this week as the semester ends.

Webster graduated from Austin College 20 years ago, and never dreamed that he would be asked to come back to teach, but he was, and he did.

"It was a great experience for me to work closely with the college students and professors this spring, and I hope that someday I get the opportunity to do it again," states Webster. "It not only gave me a chance to help train future theatre professionals, but also a great opportunity to share the wonderful accomplishments of community theatre. I wish to my college students all of the great opportunities and experiences that I have had in my career in theatre since graduation. Break-a-leg!"


Theatricks to host a WIZARD OF OZ Camp July 23-26, 2007

Theatricks is excited to announce that instead of the regular summer theatre workshops, they are going to be having a WIZARD OF OZ Camp July 23, 24, 25, 26 2007 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.

The camp is based loosely on the TV show "You're the One that I Want!" for GREASE, but built around the musical THE WIZARD OF OZ since that will be Theatricks opening show for the 2007-2008 season. The camp is open to children age 4 up to 18 (Adults may sit in on class sessions if they want), and the students will be divided into three age groupings.

There will be three different class sessions that all students will take part in: Acting, Singing, and Dance/Movement. The Acting portion of the workshop will be taught by Theatricks Director Webster Crocker. The Singing portion of the workshop will be taught by Vocal Instructor Cheryl Lewis, and the Dance/Movement portion of the workshop taught by Choreographer Amy Dean. Each of these instructors have worked together for quite some time to bring to Sherman such wonderful musicals like SEUSSICAL the musical, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, and PETER PAN. This time around these instructors wanted to teach some of the musical tricks and techniques required to produce a successful musical to those who might be auditioning in the future.

The cost for this WIZARD OF OZ Camp is free!, but enrollment will be limited so if you are interested, sign up now. The Camp will be held in the Finley Cultural Center at 500 N. Elm in Sherman, TX, and will conclude Thursday night July 26 with a small revue of WIZARD OF OZ show pieces starting at 6 p.m.

Auditions for Theatricks musical production of THE WIZARD OF OZ will then be Monday and Tuesday, July 30 and 31 at 6:30 p.m. in the Finley Theatre. To enroll for the Camp go to SCP's website at for a form, or call Webster Crocker Theatricks Director at 903-893-8525.

To download workshop form, click here.

Auditions for THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER May 29 and 30, 2007


Jon Reynolds (Winnie-the-Pooh) listens as Natalia Wojciechowska (Piglet) tells him of the 'something terrible' coming to the Hundred Acre Woods in Theatricks 2006 summer production of WINNIE-THE-POOH.

Theatricks will be having auditions Tuesday and Wednesday, May 29 and 30 at 6:30 p.m. in the Honey McGee Playhouse at 313 W. Mulberry Street for their summer play THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER sponsored by TexomaCare Pediatrics.

This play is not a musical, but a regular children's play, and the audition will consist of filling out an audition form and reading from the script. All ages are encouraged to audition, but for the younger ones we would like for you to be able to read.

The characters for THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER include: Christopher Robin, Winnie-the-Pooh, Piglet, Owl, Eeyore, Tigger, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, Early, Late, Voice, and several other small animal parts.

Rehearsals for THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER will begin Monday, June 4 at 6:30 p.m., and will be Monday through Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for four weeks. Performances of THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER will be July 6,7,8,13,14,15 2007 in the Honey McGee Playhouse. THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER is the last show of Theatricks 2006-2007 season sponsored by Caskey Orthodontics.


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