Drama Club is about broken promises, revenge, and awkward teenage kisses. Somewhere in all of that, your characters will audition for a play by William Shakespeare, rehearse it, and then perform it in front of your fellow students.
You will all be playing teenagers who have volunteered for the play. Dr. Washer is your director, and he is just crazy about “Billy the Bard”. Everyone will get a part, but you’ll be allowed to audition and then vote for two characters to play the Leads. Dr. Washer won’t vote during casting, but he’ll be there to break ties.
After the Leads are chosen, rehearsals will begin. This period can either be highly productive practice sessions or personal Rivalries can result in self-confidence shattering gossip. Which do you think is more fun?
After the auditions, rehearsals and rumors, the play will be performed. No matter how spiteful the actors become, the show must go on. After the performance, you’ll add up scores for individual performances and the group’s success as a whole.
Submission for Game Chef 2011. Theme: Shakespeare. Ingredients: Forsworn, Nature, and Daughter.