Caddo Magnet Players

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Our new calendar!!!Important Dates 2018-19

See a list of our Sponsors!!!  2018-19 Sponsors updated 9-17-18

Fringe Festival

We are only accepting incoming freshmen or transfer students.

For information about the trip please see the attached presentation.  APAI 2019 Powerpoint Presentation

For to accompany your $100 deposit APAI Fringe 2019 Registration Form pdf


State Festival Results

The Caddo Magnet Players attended the International Thespian Society Louisiana State Festival.  63 students and 8 parent/chaperones attended.  There were 24 Troupes in attendance from all over the State;   700 students in all.  Kate Howell, State Board Representative for 2016-17 helped to lead the festival with her 5 counterparts from around the state.

At their state festival professionals from nationals votes for a single one-act to represent their state at Nationals in June.
Duke Pierce directed a smash hit one act starring Brody Tolliver and Carter Rimmer. Received a standing ovation at performance.   Down Came The Rain was chosen to be the Chapter Select production at Nationals representing Louisiana.  Congratulations to director Duke Pierce and performers extraordinaire Brody Tolliver and Carter Rimmer 
Each school can take up to five acts for both performance and technical Individual Events.

In Individual Events: 

Carter Rimmer received superior in Monologue

Kate Howell and Theresa Johnson recieved superior in Solo Musical.

Theresa Johnson was called back for top three

Damarius Kennedy received superior in Costume design AND CONSTRUCTION

Kendall Goff received superior in Set Design

Seniors: Tara Butler, Amanda-Marie Davis, Summer Jones, Eric Kirton, Duke Pierce auditioned for colleges scholarships from Louisiana Colleges and the ITS financial awards.

Loyola, La Tech, LSU, BPCC, and Louisiana College called everyone back.  NSU called back
Tara Butler, Amanda-Marie Davis, Eric Kirton, and Duke Pierce

Tara Butler won first place in Technical Theatre College Scholarships (that comes with a check!)

Amanda-Marie Davis placed 2nd in College Scholarship performance. (It comes with a check!) She performed in the closing ceremonies before the 700 attendees.

Out of 700 6 are chosen for STO state Board. Carter Rimmer is the State Rep for 2018-19.  This is the  13th year to have a Magnet student on the Board.
Brody Tolliver and Zoe Walker came in third in Tech Challenge.
Sarah Lord was second in Theatre Trivia.
JUNIOR, Damarius Kennedy, so impressed the judges with her costume construction that the costumer at NSU has already offered her a scholarship.  The head of NSU costume department said to me “I know that she will get many offers at Nationals but I really want her!”

The other students attended workshops, enjoyed a dance, and watched performances from around the state.  I received many compliments on the excellent behavior of our students.


Centenary High School Theatre Festival -was a success!  Hats off to Student Director, Duke Pierce who directed Down Came the Rain with actors Brody Tolliver and Carter Rimmer.  They won 1st place for performance piece!  

Check this out How Theatre Arts Benefit Our Youth and Community

This Year’s UPDATED Calendar of Important dates: Important dates 2017-18 pdf





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