(Back row, l-r): Jack Green, Nolan Sayer, Amelia Hodson-Walker, Olivia Barrows, Benjamin Hodson-Walker, Lila Hovey, Johanna Schulz, Margo Memmott. (Front row, l-r): Oliver Morgens, Natalie Podsedly, and Katherine Roer.
On May 1, twelve Dover-Sherborn High School students received letters for their “positive contribution(s)” to the DS Drama program. The recipients are leaders and active participants in the DS Drama program, both on and off stage. They include performers, student directors, crew and lighting managers, set builders, costume designers, dance choreographers, and business managers. Students receiving letters were Olivia Barrows, Andrew Caldicott, Amanda Dye, Jack Green, Benjamin Hodson-Walker, Lila Hovey, Margo Memmott, Oliver Morgens, Natalie Podsedly, Katherine Roer, Nolan Sayer, and Johanna Schulz.
Seven varsity letters will be also awarded to outstanding contributors to the DSHS music program - instrumental and/or vocal - at the May 28 Music Banquet. Letter winners are: Olivia Barrows, Olivia Goganian, Jack Green, Amelia Hodson-Walker, Ben Hodson-Walker, Lila Hovey, and Margo Memmott.
In a continued effort to support and highlight the accomplishments of performing arts students at Dover-Sherborn High School, students can earn Varsity letters for outstanding performance and commitment in music and/or drama.
The Dover-Sherborn High School Drama program had two mainstage productions this year ("Little Women" and the musical "Chicago"), in addition to an entry into the Massachusetts Theater Guild Play competition ("Of Widows and Vegetables") and two student productions ("LoveSong" and "The Maids"). The Music program includes a jazz band, orchestra, pep band, vocal ensemble, and two student-run a cappella groups.