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1900 North Keene Way Drive
Medford, OR 97504
Phone: (541) 842-3670
Fax: (541) 842-5206
Contact: Ron Beick, Principal
Hours: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
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from the staff of Tornado Times
 
Theater Classes
     
     Many people think that theater is simply about getting in front of an audience and reciting lines. However, there are many classes that the theater department offers other than just regular theater, including stagecraft and physical theater. North is offering a new theater course this year. In film studies, students will explore the history of cinema, going all the way from silent films to modern films.
     If students aren’t interested in acting, theater offers other options as well. There are many behind the scenes skills that every play requires, such as carpentry, painting, lighting and sound mixing. “With so many things to do, no matter what you like, you can connect to something in the theater,” said John Doty, head of the theater program.
     Many students take theater classes first semester, but not enough participate year-round. “We need more kids in Intro. to Theater second semester to balance out the amount of kids who take it first,” said Doty. 
     Theater is a great way to meet new people, but it can be even more beneficial. “Helping with plays is a great way to show your support for the school,” said Michelle Luchterhand, a sophomore and a student in advanced theater.
     For more information on joining a theater class or production, see a counselor, Doty, or a theater student.
 
by Shianne Spiker
Tornado Times reporter
 
        Upcoming Senior Project Deadline         
 Oct 9 or 10 (depends on ABC rotation & Senior Seminar block):
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Activities for this week!
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  Choir Concert
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​7pm
ReVoiced Concert
Sjolund
​7pm
     

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Performing Arts Fundraiser Concert for all 549c High School Performing Arts groups - see more here:
https://www.facebook.com/events/795024387228069/

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More chances to support Performing Arts! 
Choir Fundraiser, Oct 21 - ../SIB/files/ReVoiced%20Promo.wmv

Theater & Choir @DONORSCHOOSE.org
Goals: $386+$1219
ToGo: $109+$159
as of Oct 15
Theater @GoFundMe.com
Goal: $5000 
Online: $1015
In Person: $405
To go: $3590
as of Oct 15

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North Medford Contact Numbers:​​
 
  • Main Office: 541-842-3670
  • Attendance Office: 541-842-3671
  • Student Management: 541-842-3666
  • Student Center: 541-842-3668
  • Athletics Office: 541-842-3662
  • Theater Box Office: 542-842-5329
 


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with a sound educational foundation, ready to succeed in post-secondary education, and to be contributing community members.


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