A message from the Myers family about the variety show…

Thank you to the Lambert High School Fine Arts Department. While we were in NYC, they pulled together this show that raised over $6000 to fight childhood cancer. Kylie’s friends from Perimeter got to perform & the night was closed by the chorus singing along with Kylie to the song Tomorrow.

The best part was that it was totally student driven!
Kylie would have LOVED everything about this. I hope it becomes an annual event.

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Come see the Variety Show to benefit Childhood Cancer


Saturday April 28 at 7pm – come to the benefit to honor the memory of Kylie Myers – join the fight against childhood cancer!   Tickets available at the door for the 7pm show for $10

variety show

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Next school year is right around the corner! Do you want to be an ATL officer in 2015-2016?

ATL members – are you interested in taking the next step in supporting your acting troup??   All grades can run for positions, but you must reach out – and all deadlines and are mandatory – without exception.

Make a note of the following dates:

  • Officer Sit-in Date: April 8th 7:15  —  in Señora’s room
  • Officer workshop:   April 9th, 7:15 —  location tba
  • letters of intent due April 22nd – no exceptions
  • May 6th (at the meeting) candidates must present a speech

One more time – in order to be fair to all,  all deadlines are mandatory without exception

If you have any questions, contact any of your current ATL officers

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Mark your calendars for THE BOLD, THE YOUNG, AND THE MURDERED May 1-2

The long-running soap opera The Bold and the Young is in its last days: its hunky hero has self-esteem issues, its villainous old man is more interested in soup, and its heroines are slightly psychopathic. The executive producer gives the squabbling cast an ultimatum: Complete one episode overnight or the show dies. But when the director ends up murdered, and other cast members start dropping like flies, it seems like his threat might actually come true. Can these misfits discover the murderer before the show is literally killed off?

Mark your calendars and join us for one of the upcoming performances, May 1st and 2nd.










OLI – Philip Neff

KAITLIN – Hanah Feinstein

KERI – Reagan Burnette

BROOKE – Brighton Aland

NINA – Katie Meriam

MILES – Pete Prybylski


Thank you  — Director Hannah Glass

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Once Upon a Mattress Cast List


Minstrel…..Milan Patel

Wizard…..Pete Prybylski

Princess #12…..Emily Crabtree

Lady Rowena…..Kiarra Donnelly

Lady Merrill…..Rachel Pless

Prince Dauntless…..Dean McKenzie

Queen Aggravain…..Maddi Romeo

Lady Lucille…..Olivia Pastore

Lady Larken…..Noel Isaacson

Sir Studley…..Phillip Neff

King Sextimus…..Danny Madore

Jester…..Samantha Corey

Sir Harry…..Forde Weaver

Princess Winnifred…..Elena Lazaro

Sir Luce…..Chase Hague

First Knight…..Kevin Walsh

Second Knight…..Will Prybylski

Third Knight…..Jacob Kotter

Nightingale of Samarkand…..Hanah Feinstein


Kyle Bryde                                                 Katelyn Bass

   Marissa Truskowski                               Emma Crumby

Wil Gray                                                   Julia Darga

Charlie Mabry                                           Sarah Kettler

Ally Charania                                               Annie Lesser

Shannon Malone                                             Kendall Myers

Cissy Shao                                                 Natalie Shih


Brighton Aland

Amanda Merritt

Katie Meriam

Hanah Feinstein

Casie Minot

Hailey Guerrasio

Evan Olsem

Lauren Harris

Mikaila Keel

Ashley Tigue

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Coming in the Spring… Once Upon a Mattress presented by the Acting Troup of Lambert

In this hilarious tweaking of the fairy tale, “The Princess and the Pea”, Queen Aggravain has ruled that none may marry until her son, Prince Dauntless marries. However, she has managed to sabotage every princess that come along. When Sir Harry and Lady Larken learn that they are going to be parents, wed or not, he goes off to the swamps and brings back Princess Winnifred (“Fred” to her friends). The queen is horrified and immediately begins to scheme, but Winnifred, with some help from Sir Harry, the King, and the Jester, isn’t going to be quite so easy to get rid of

The musical played 216 performances Off-Broadway at the Phoenix Theatre, followed by 244 performances on Broadway at the Alvin, Winter Garden, Cort and St. James Theatres.  

Once Upon a Mattress;  music by Mary Rodgers lyrics by Marshall Barer, and book by Jay Thompson, Dean Fuller, and Marshall Barer. 

Once Upon a Mattress was first written as a shorter play at the Tamiment adult summer camp resort, at which Jack Sydow was present. The play was later expanded for the Broadway stage. Initial reviews of the play were mixed, but critics and actors alike were surprised by the show’s enduring popularity. Once Upon a Mattress is a popular choice for high school drama programs and community theater groups.

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Congratulations to the Acting Troup of Lambert….

… and specifically to the cast of crew of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.   In yesterday’s 6AAAAAA Regional One Act Competition, the group took 4th place overall for their performance.   It was a great day of theater as 7 local high schools competed.   Recognition also goes out to Alexandra Johnson who played the part of Cassandra, and Maddi Romeo who played the part of Sonia for their selection to the all-star cast.


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Senior One Act tickets on sale now!!!

SENIOR ONE ACTS ARE ALMOST HERE AND YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS THEM.  These two plays directed by and and starring our talented acting troup members are always favorites.  Read below to learn more about this exciting event.   Presale tickets are available by clicking on the ShowTix4U link on the home page.   Tickets will also be available at the door.

The Long Christmas Dinner – nine decades long – showcases the lives of several generations of the Bayard family, and some of their Christmas dinners. Wilder breaks the boundaries of time as we measure it, and invites us to partake of “one long, happy Christmas dinner”-past, present and future. As generations appear, have children, wither and depart, only the audience appreciates what changes and what remains the same. “Every last twig is wrapped around with ice. You almost never see that,” young Genevieve marvels, not realizing that her mother has made this observation years earlier nor that her niece will one day do the same.
“Like a surprise holiday gift…[these plays] shine like gems.” – The New York Times

“Of all my plays it is the one that has found the widest variety of receptions. At some performances it has been played to constant laughter; some listeners are deeply moved and shaken by it; some find it cruel and cynical (What? The dead are forgotten so soon?)” – Thornton Wilder in a letter written April 11, 1960 to Gertrude Hindemith, whose husband, the composer Paul Hindemith, wrote an opera based on the play

The Long Christmas Dinner was first produced November 25, 1931 in a joint performance by the Yale Dramatic Association.

Welcome to Almost, Maine, a town that’s so far north, it’s almost not in the United States—it’s almost in Canada. And it almost doesn’t exist. Because its residents never got around to getting organized. So it’s just…Almost.

One cold, clear Friday night in the middle of winter, while the northern lights hover in the sky above, Almost’s residents find themselves falling in and out of love in the strangest ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. Love is lost, found, and confounded. And life for the people of Almost, Maine will never be the same.

ALMOST, MAINE: It’s love. But not quite.

ALMOST, MAINE was developed at the Cape Cod Theater Project (Andy Polk, Artistic Director) in 2002, and received its world premiere at Portland Stage Company, where it broke box office records and garnered critical acclaim. ALMOST, MAINE opened Off Broadway in the winter of 2005/2006 at the Daryl Roth Theatre (Jack Thomas/Bulldog Theatrical and Bruce Payne, Producers) and was subsequently published by Dramatists Play Service. To date, ALMOST, MAINE has been produced by over 2000 theater companies in the United States (and by over a dozen companies internationally) making it one of the most frequently produced plays of the past decade.

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Congratulations to the casts of the upcoming Senior One Acts

Make sure you don’t miss the upcoming Senior One Act Plays and congratulations to all of the students selected for parts.  It’s an exciting time for the Acting Troupe of Lambert as we showcase the wide range of talents in two plays directed by our star Seniors.  You won’t want to miss the chance to support the troupe while being entertained by these talented actors.

Senior One Acts will be performed on October 24th and 25th – Mark your calendars

A Long Christmas Dinner – Directed by Kiarra Donnelly


  • Wil Gray
  • Will Prybylski
  • Sam Corey
  • Jayden Smith
  • Katherine Anderson
  • Hayley Hegi
  • Trinity Martinez
  • Danielle Heslin
  • Katie Meriam
  • Dean McKenzie
  • Katie Crabtree
  • Chase Hague

Stage Manager – Rachel Pless

Almost, Maine – Directed by Mady Underwood


  • Kyle Bryde
  • Brighton Aland
  • Kendall Myers
  • Kevin Walsh
  • Terae Mathis
  • Olivia Pastore
  • Pete Prybylski
  • Forde Weaver
  • Emily Crabtree
  • PJ Ferarro
  • Katelyn Bass

Stage Manager – TBD

Congratulations to all!


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Don’t forget – The Voices of Lambert is this Saturday – Sept 20

Mark your calendars now and come see your friends compete to be THE VOICES OF LAMBERT!!! This coming Saturday, September 20, in the auditorium.   Tickets are $3 at the door – showtime is 7PM – you won’t want to miss this one.

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