Theater 308 Rocks Awards Season

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Theatre 308, Darien High School’s acting and performance arts club, took top honors recently at two state-wide awards programs.

Halo Awards
For the second year in a row, both of Theatre 308’s mainstage productions have received nominations for the The Halo Awards, an award ceremony that honors high school student achievements in dramatic and musical theater from over 60 high schools throughout Connecticut. Freshman Jackson Wood took home “Best Featured Dancer” for his performance in the spring musical Footloose. Senior Lexi Staubi, who starred as Ariel in Footloose, was awarded a performing arts scholarship as she prepares to go the University of Southern California this fall for acting. Junior Mackenzie Lauture, a dance captain for the show, also won a dance scholarship to take classes this summer at the Molinari Dance Studio in New York City. Stephen Sondheim Awards
In addition to the Halo Awards, this year’s musical main stage was entered in the first ever Stephen Sondheim Awards, the gateway production into the National High School Musical Theater Awards show, also known as the Jimmy Awards.

Footloose Theatre 308

Everybody Get ‘Footloose’ Tix — Theatre 308 Show Runs March 22 to 24

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Theatre 308 will be reviving the ‘80s with their upcoming production of ​Footloose the Musical. Based on the original screenplay by Dean Pitchford,  ​Footloose premiered in 1988. It has been presented on London’s West End and Broadway. Now, 308 is bringing the iconic movie to the stage once again.  Footloose is a feel-good musical about the importance of self-expression and individual freedom. Ren McCormack (Nick Servas) is forced move from the vibrant city of Chicago to the quiet rural town of Bomont, Okla.