The Trials of Robin Hood - October 05 - October 08, 2017

Munster High School

 Crew Who's Who 

  • Joseph Bellahcen

    Technical Director

    Joseph Bellahcen participated in acting programs as a child, but found his passion in the Munster Auditorium sound room, working first as the Sound Engineer and later as Technical Director. He has designed sound for All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, Get Smart, and The Pirates of Penzance. He has also worked on Working, Rodger and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, among others. Joseph is enthralled to be making his high school acting debut as the Evil Lord and Finn Lucky in The Trials of Robin Hood.

  • Logan Radwan

    Assistant Stage Managers

    Logan has always wanted to do something in the performing arts since hewas little, so, when someone came to him and said he could work behind the scenes he had to accept, and ever since his first day he has been happy that he took the person up on their offer. 

  • Adam Kojich head shot

    Adam Kojich

    Followspot Operators

    Adam's first show was last year when he worked as a spotlight operator during the Pirates of Penzance. He also worked as a tech to help build the set during the early weeks of the show. He loves working in the theater always has! Being around his friends, working with tools, building sets and working through ideas. The opportunities to grow as a group and learn how to work with his hands and with others to reach a common goal was an experience few get to have during their high school years. Theater is one of the best things to ever happen to him! 


MTC Prepares for Regional, State, and International Events

The Munster Theatre Company, home to Troupe #2861 of the International Thespian Society, is hosting a Regional Thespian Conference on November 18.  On that day, six Thespian Troupes, Munster included, will compete with 45 minutes of theatre.  Three judges will score them, and the schools with the top two scores will advance to the Indiana Thespians State Conference in January.  


In addition, several MTC students have been busy selecting pieces to prepare for the Indiana Thespians Individual Events Showcase at the State Conference.  These pieces cover all areas of theatre (acting, musical theatre, tech, design, and film) and offer the opportunity for students to receive feedback on their performance levels.  Students who earn a Superior in their event are automatically qualified to present their piece at the International Thespian Festival in June, 2018.  Last year Chloe Jancosek entered in the solo musical theatre category and earned a Superior at both the State Conference and the International Thespian Festival.


Break a leg to all who are working hard on these endeavors!

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