Renew Your Membership!

July 1st, 2015

Hey, Wheaton Drama Members,

It’s time to renew your membership for 2015-16, if you can believe it. Please use the attached word doc or print the pdf, whichever is more convenient. Submission instructions are at the top of either. We look forward to working with you for another year!



Play It Again, Sam Auditions

June 6th, 2015

Wheaton Drama announce auditions for Play It Again, Sam which will be held at 111 N. Hale Street in Wheaton, July 19 and 20 at 7:00 p.m. Callbacks, if necessary, will be held July 22. Auditions will be by appointment only and auditioners should contact the Director, Randall Knott at: for an appointment time.

Auditions will be readings from the script, with a “hired” reader.  All auditioners will have an excellent scene partner with which to work.  Chosen sides will be made public by July 10.

Looking for 5 actors to play the following characters:

Allen Felix (M) – late 20s/early 30s.  Woody Allen wrote this role for himself.  While it is not necessary to be a physical match for Mr. Allen, it helps.  Actor must also be to understand the rhythm in Woody Allen standup.

Bogie (M) – Humphrey Bogart.  Must look and act like Humphrey Bogart.

Linda Christie (F) – Late 20s/early 30s.  Diane Keaton originated the role, which was written by her then-lover.  The wife of Allen’s best friend.  She’s a lot like Diane Keaton.  AT

Dick Christie (M) – Late 20s/early 30s.  Uptight investment real estate guy who doesn’t pay his wife enough attention.  Also Allen’s best friend.

Nancy/Sharon/Sharon Lake/Gina/Vanessa/Go-Go Girl/Intellectual Girl/Barbara (F) – Late 20s/early 30s.  One woman will be playing Nancy (Allen’s ex-wife) and all the other female roles.  The conceit is that every woman Allen tries to date…winds up looking like his ex-wife.  In reality, most of these roles are quite small, and bringing a volunteer in for rehearsals seems counter-productive to that volunteer’s time.   This actor will have a LOT of stage time, and really stretch their abilities, however.  And…they will stretch their ability to change clothes/wigs VERY quickly.  This will be a fun challenge.



Ushers needed for Spamalot!

May 11th, 2015

You know you want to Ush-a-lot!  Register your intentions at signupgenius!  We appreciate you and all you do.  Thank you for your suoport!

2015 Summer Children’s Workshops

April 5th, 2015

Do you know a child who enjoys theatre and wants to learn more about performance or technical skills? Wheaton Drama workshops will help build confidence by giving the attendees first hand experience in creating a live production. Your child will learn how teamwork works in building a theatrical presentation…besides having fun and making new friends.

The place to be this summer is Wheaton Drama’s Playhouse 111
Registration now is available online

July 6 -July 10, 2015
Performance Theatre
Grades 1-5* morning session: 8:30 am -12:00 pm
Grades 1-5* afternoon session: 1 pm -4:30 pm
(Choose one session only)

July 8 -10, 2015
Technical Theatre
Grades 6-12*
July 8, 1 pm -4:30 pm
July 9 -10, 9 am -4:30 pm
(Bring a sack lunch)
Choose area in which you would like to study: Stage managing/back stage crew, Sound design, or Lighting Design

July 13 -July 17, 2015
Performance Theatre
Grades 6-12* full day session 9 am -4:30 pm
(Bring a sack lunch)

July 15 -July 17, 2015
Technical Theatre
Grades 6-12*
July 15, 1 pm -4:30 pm
July 16 -17, 9 am -4:30 pm
(Bring a sack lunch)
Choose area in which you would like to study: Stage managing/back stage crew, Sound design, or Lighting Design

*grade level just completed

Saturday Performance
Grade 1-5 morning class: July 11 -10:30 am
Grade 1-5 afternoon class: July 11 -2:00 pm
Grade 6-8, High School: July 18 -10:00 am

$100 for 1st -5th grades (half days)
$100 for Technical Theatre (per week)
$200 for 6th -12th grades (full days)

Contact Amy Brockman for more information at
or call 630.260.1820
and leave a message.

Wheaton Drama Scholarships

February 28th, 2015


I am pleased to provide an application for the Wheaton Drama, Inc. 2015 Scholarship.  Two $1,000 awards will be provided to graduating seniors from a Wheaton Drama area high school entering a post-secondary institution in the subsequent academic year.  Scholarship funds will be sent directly to the student’s account at the post-secondary institution to be used at the student’s discretion.  This student must have actively participated in theatre arts in school and/or the community.  Participation should include coursework and/or volunteer work.

Please distribute the application to all potential applicants and encourage them to apply. Applications are attached as both a Word document as well as a PDF.  All applications must be postmarked no later than May 15th, and mailed to:

Wheaton Drama, Inc.


111 North Hale Street

Wheaton, IL 60187

If you have questions, please feel free to contact me via e-mail at

Thank you for your support of the arts and our community’s students!

2015 WDIScholarshipApp (Word format)

2015 WDIScholarshipApp (PDF format)

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