THESPIAN TROUPE #6151

Ronald Reagan High School is home to International Thespian Troupe #6151.
2017 - 2018 Thespian Officers

Mr. James Kaiser..............................................Sponsor

Jacob Martinez &
Katerina Pourliakas............................Co-Presidents
Emma Espada........................................Vice President
Julie Williams..................................................Secretary
Andrea Olmos-Tejado.................................Treasurer
Lucy Dismore..................................................Historian
Jill Phillips..........................................................Librarian
Brooklyn McCormick.......................Asst. Librarian
Jillian Sainz........................................................Publicity

What is the International Thespian Society?

The International Thespian Society has been honoring excellence in the work of theatre students since 1929.  Thespian troupes serve students in grades nine through twelve and Junior Thespian troupes serve students in grades six through eight.  There are at present active ITS troupes in more than 3,900 high schools and middle schools, mostly in the United States and Canada.  The Society consists of over 2 million members.

Each troupe is led by a troupe director who is a professional member of the Educational Theatre Association.  The troupe director is typically - but not always - the theatre teacher in the school.  Students earn an invitation to Thespian Society membership on the basis of their achievements in the school's theatre program.  Membership is available once a student has earned 10 points by being involved in a school theatre program.  Whether acting on the stage or working on a show crew, points are awarded based on the role or job the student performed.

Thespian Troupe #6151 is a dedicated group of young artists who reach out to the community and perform acts of service as well as performing onstage. The International Thespian Honor Society is a great way for students to get involved, serve the community and become a part of a close and creative family.   Meetings are held monthly during the school year, typically on the first Friday of the month (unless it is a show day).   Come to a meeting and join us!

Point Tracking

Students, it is your responsibility to enter your points for each show. Use the point guide to help you enter the correct positions and points.

Students wishing to become part of Thespians must also enter their points. You must have 10 points to be inducted. All points must be entered by the Friday before spring break every year. Our troupe inducts new members in April.



Cast List for Peter and the Star Catcher announced

IThank you to all who auditioned, your talent made for some very difficult decisions.  If you do not see your name on the list, please keep auditioning or apply for a crew position.  Crew applications will be available during the first wee of school in August.  Have a great summer!  For those on the list, there will be a cast meeting on Tuesday, June 5 @ 4:30 in the Black Box Theater.  If you cannot attend, please let Mr. Fillingim know ASAP (kfilli@neisd.net).
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Oklahoma DVDs

If you ordered a copy of Reagan's Oklahoma DVD and have not yet picked it up, time is running out!  All orders must be picked up by June 6.  Contact Mr. Kaiser to make arrangements - jkaise@neisd.net

Reagan Students 2018 Selected for Jimmy Awards in NYC

On Sunday, May 20, the 10th Annual Joci Awards hosted by the Las Casas Foundation were held at the Empire Theatre downtown.  The Joci Awards are a scholarship competition for San Antonio area theatre, dance and vocal performance students.  Students are nominated by selection committees to be a part of the awards.  Reagan had three students competing:  Katerina Pourliakas - Monologue; Bella Campos - Female Musical Lead Performer; and Andrew Swetonic - Male Musical Lead Performer.

Katerina took home a $3,000 scholarship for her performance.  Andrew took a $4,000 scholarship in his category and Bella took the top prize in her category, receiving a $6,000 scholarship.  In addition, both Andrew and Bella were selected to represent the region in the 2018 Jimmy Awards in NYC!  Both students will spend a week in New York City working with Broadway directors and personnel which will culminate in another scholarship competion to be held on June 25 in the Minskoff Theatre (The Lion King's theatre).
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