York Drama

Fall Play: "As You Like It"

We are proud to announce that this fall’s York Drama production is William Shakespeare’s beloved comedy As You Like It, described by some as the Bard’s most perfect play. It is a show that follows four interwoven storylines from tragic beginnings of brother struggling against brother, through light hearted rom-com style adventure, to a philosophical journey bringing us to the depths of human experience. This is a play about self discovery and transformation, affirming that the connections we have to each other are far more important than our differences. It is an ideal tonic for the fractured world around us.


October 13-15 at 7:30 p.m. and October 16 at 2 p.m.

Reserved seat tickets will be available beginning September 30.

Whether you wish to act, direct, stage manage, build sets, hang lights, work costumes, design props, paint, there is something for you!


Information: Tuesday, August 23, at 3:15 p.m. in the Choir Room (Drama Club Meeting)

Auditions: Thursday, August 25

Callbacks: Friday, August 26

Want to prepare? Use this link to read our cutting of the show.


If you are interested in stage managing or student directing, please email Mr. Forsythe at jforsythe@elmhurst205.org before the Drama Club meeting on Tuesday, August 23. He will send applications to all interested candidates.

2021-2022: A Season of Courage

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Winter 2022


Spring 2022

York Drama presents a season of Courage.

Oscar Wilde once said, "It takes great courage to see the world in all its tainted glory, and still to love it." Learn more about how York Drama hopes to inspire courage in its community this year.

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Courage is not born, it's built. It is the foundation which supports community.

This time can cause uncertainty as so many aspects of life continue to challenge us. It can be easy to see all the broken pieces and lose hope, especially when it's not clear how to fix things, how to react, or how long it may take. York Drama invites you to gather the shattered pieces in front of you and find the courage to strive forward, to live each day with love and compassion.

Act with empathy, lift with love, and live with courage.

We love you, Elmhurst!