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High School Theatre Festival 2022 will be held via virtual submissions on March 19th!

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The 2022 High School Theatre Festival will accept competition submissions for adjudication and will host in-person workshops and Tech Olympics for participating schools on March 19th. Participating schools are invited to attend Fullerton College’s productions of The Hunchback of Notre Dame on March 18th and 19th. 

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

Our understanding of the school mandated COVID protocols are as follows:

  • All persons will be required to wear a mask when in proximity of less than six (6) feet to others and/or any time indoors. This includes while performing, singing, competing, etc. for all festival staff, volunteers, participants, audience members, and attendees.
  • If a student is performing a monologue or solo musical theatre entry and is staged at a minimum of six (6) feet away from any other persons, the student may remove their mask for their performance and replace the mask once the piece is completed. Students competing in ensemble pieces in which performers will interact in a proximity of less than six (6) feet to any other person must remain masked for the duration of their performance.
  • All persons will be required to provide proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID test within 48 hours of arriving at the festival. 
  • All audience members will remain masked for the duration of any and all performances and at any time when within six (6) feet of other persons.

Failure to comply with Fullerton College mandated COVID Protocols will result in disqualification and/or removal from the festival.

As of November 8th, Fullerton College is following CDC guidelines.
 
In accordance to the policies set by the college administration, “All guests over the age of two must properly wear a CDC recommended face covering while inside the facilities”. This includes while watching the production and using restrooms. We ask that you abide by this directive so that our performers may continue to perform in front of a live audience. Thank you for support.
 
Please see the most recent Fullerton College COVID-19 Guidelines and Protocols HERE. This page will be updated as we know more information regarding Fullerton College and the protocols set in place.
 
 
WHERE: Fullerton College Campus and Virtual Platforms
CONTACT: For information on registration please contact Camille Chartier at cchartier@fullcoll.edu  or (714) 992-7186.
WHAT: To unite high school theatre students through competition, inspiration, and instruction.  Out-of-area and out-of-state schools and students are welcome!
WHO: High school student performers and designers currently enrolled in a participating school or organization.
WHEN: Saturday, March 19th, 2022.
WHY: To celebrate student achievement and to give high schools students the opportunity to receive constructive feedback about their work.
   

Fullerton College Theatre Arts stands with our students and faculty of the Global Majority. We are actively working to be anti-racist and inclusive, with a conscious effort to acknowledge and understand our student population regarding ethnicity, gender identity, religion, sexuality, and disability. We aim to create a safe and equitable space for our students to grow as artists; we will be taking increasing care with the presented material. We urge all teachers to check that the material chosen for their students is appropriate and in line with the intent of the playwright(s). If you have any questions or concerns please contact Professor Clasby at cclasby@fullcoll.edu.