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Thomas S. Wootton High School Hairspray

By • Apr 8th, 2014 • Category: Cappies

With ardor and humor palpable in every moment of their performance, the spirit of the cast was perhaps even larger than the hairstyles of the 1960s.

Thomas S. Wootton High School Ragtime

By • Apr 18th, 2013 • Category: Cappies

Wootton’s production of Ragtime was full of emotional journeys, exhilarating personalities, and impressive technicalities.

Thomas S. Wootton High School The Wizard of Oz

By • Mar 29th, 2012 • Category: Cappies

Unlike the heroine of the play, the audience left wishing they could stay a little longer in the enchanting world of Oz, thanks to Wootton High School’s bewitching production.

Thomas S. Wootton High School Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge

By • Dec 7th, 2010 • Category: Cappies

Uproarious laughter pierced through the “silent night” during Thomas S. Wootton’s fun and entertaining performance of Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge.

Thomas S. Wootton High School Bye Bye Birdie

By • Apr 21st, 2010 • Category: Cappies

When rock legend Elvis Presley was drafted into the army in 1957, millions of teenage girls felt their enamored hearts break as they considered the possibility of being separated from their icon. The fictional Conrad Birdie elicits a similar reaction from his adoring fans in the Broadway classic Bye Bye Birdie, when a publicity stunt […]

Thomas S. Wootton High School Beauty and the Beast

By • Mar 23rd, 2009 • Category: Cappies

“If it’s not Baroque, don’t fix it!” says Cogsworth, the diligent and tightly wound mantle clock of Thomas S. Wootton High School’s production of Beauty and the Beast. And why should they fix it? Thomas S. Wootton’s production was simply delightful. It met and exceeded some very high expectations.

T.S. Wootton My Favorite Year

By • Apr 14th, 2008 • Category: Cappies

There once was a time when elegant movie stars in well-cut suits and evening gowns sashayed through big cities, when TV variety shows rehashed tried and true gags, and America thrived on a rare breed of optimism. This was the 50s, and the setting of My Favorite Year. My Favorite Year, based on the 1982 […]