Figments November 2nd - 5th, 2023
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Rick Jacobs is a playwright with a wild imagination -- perhaps too wild! As he attempts to overcome a massive case of writer's block, four figments of his imagination play out the opening scene of his next murder mystery. Rick bounces between his frustrating love life and his mystery play. Come see this hysterical clash of imagination and reality!

PERFORMANCES Thursday, November 2nd - 7pm
                                    Friday, November 3rd - 7pm
                                    Saturday, November 4th - 3pm & 7pm
                                    Sunday, November 5th - 3pm
Get your tickets online by clicking here or tickets will be available for purchase at the door. Tickets are $10 - General Admission, $7 - Senior Citizens, and $5 for students.

All performances are at Salina High School South, 730 E. Magnolia Rd., Salina, KS  67401 in the auditorium. Enter for parking from either Magnolia Rd. or from Edward St. (just south of the school building). The auditorium entrance is on the southwest side of the school.


TENTATIVE Calendar of Performing Arts events for 2023-2024.

T.O.M. and O.S.C.A.R.!

We have two different ways we feature students who go above and beyond with their involvement in our theatre department. Read on to learn more!

TOM awards!
Each month, Drama Club members vote on Thespians who have done excellent work.
Throughout the school year, Drama Club members vote on T.O.M. recipients (Thespian Of the Month).  This year, the following students have received T.O.M. awards:
August – Reese Kimmi, Yesenia Torres
September – Ethen Lainer, Malina Szyndlar
October – Mia Dennett, Shelby Stolzenburg
November – Emily Streeter, Aubrey Powell, Jackie Fischer
December – Kaydence Dickson, Megan Graff
January – Aidan Heusman, Cameron Preble
February – Kara Davis, Evan Dickson, Victoria Molina
March – Thomas Moyer, Rhett Corbett
April – Destiny Hamilton, Elyza Searcy

(OSCAR stands for students who are
Outstanding, Spectacular, Caring, Admirable, Respectful.)  
A student receives the traveling ‘Oscar’ statue and can keep it for a week or two – then has the opportunity to pass the award forward to another student.
Emily Streeter
Jackie Fischer
Alondra Mendiola
Malina Szyndlar
Lillian Ardis
Isabel Fulkerson
Shelby Stolzenburg
Kylee Hutton
Thomas Moyer
Cameron Preble
Elyza Searcy
Many thanks to these students and all those who are involved in our theatre department! Your hard work is greatly appreciated!