The Faces of Theatre: Drama Teacher Edition

Written by Tiffany Weagly-Wilkie

October 21, 2016

Theatre teachers make a lot of faces throughout the school year. These are a few of our favorites.

The Waking Up on the First Day of School Face

The Reunited With Your Favorite Thespians Face

The Administration Moved That Trouble Maker Kid To Your Drama One Class Because “Theatre is an easy elective” Face

The Discovering New Amazing Talent in Your Freshmen Class Face

The I Told You 1,000 Times Your Districts Permission Slip Was Due Today Face

The Cast List Is Up and It’s Time To Run For the Hills Face

The Student You Took a Chance in Casting Goes Out of Their Way to Thank You Face

The First Stumble Through Rehearsal Disaster Face

The Set Construction is Miraculously Finished BEFORE the Final Dress Rehearsal Face

The Administration Just Told You They Booked Events In The Theater For Your Whole Tech Week Face

The Morning After a Late Tech Rehearsal Face

The Thespian in Your First Period Brought You Starbucks Face

The I Just Got an Email From a Parent Asking Why Their Kid Has to “Rehearse so much to put on a little show” Face

The Students All Chipped in to Buy You An Opening Night Present Face

The Which Student Did I Hand the Theatre Keys To Face

The Your Lead Has to Drop Out Because They’re Failing Algebra II Face

The I Was Smart Enough to Cast an Understudy Who’s Actually Good Face

The Show Opens The Same Day Grades Are Due Face

The Show Opens to a Great House, and Your Students Appreciate the Hard Work You Put In

Tiffany Weagly-Wilkie is the Director of Theatricals for She also serves as the Casting Director for The Imagination House.
Thumbnail image from Saturday Night Live‘s “Crucible Cast Party”. Copyright © NBC 2016.