The Grove Theatre

The Grove Theatre


Saw the show last night. It was fabulous! It's one of the best high school plays I've ever seen. Don't miss it.
I work for a non-profit agency (CIEE) who matches exchange students with host families. We are currently looking for families in the NoVa area. Host families provide three meals a day, a bed, transportation, and love and support. Students have their own spending money and health insurance. We have students from around the world whose dream is to come to the US. Therese from Norway is in need of a host family for the 2019/20 school year. "My name is Therese. I am a sixteen years old girl from one of the world’s most northern cities. I was born and raised in a small town with 10 000 citizens.. I would consider myself as an outgoing girl. I chose the United States because I find it to be a very interesting country. The U.S has a lot to offer and I am so excited you cannot even imagine. Throughout my childhood, I have tried out many different sports. Swimming, horse riding, gymnastics, skiing and soccer. My family has influenced me and made me attract towards music. My biggest influences is my father and my cousin , she can sing, play piano and guitar. When we celebrate Christmas, for example we often perform songs for the rest of the family." Hosts provide a bed, 3 meals a day, and your kindness and support. Message me for more info on hosting Therese. Olof from Sweden needs a host family for the 2019/20 school year. “Dear future host family, My most characteristic personal traits are that I am ambitious, social and active. I love spending time with family and friends and therefore the social relationships are very important to me. Since I value studying and school very high I take my education seriously and I often work late nights with home work and assignments for school. In the future my biggest goal is to go to Medical school and become a doctor. Besides this, my favorite hobbies is to train (either by going to the gym, jogging or playing soccer for the soccer team I am captain for) reading and doing fun activities with both my family and my friends. Examples of these kind of activities are going to the cinema, playing cards, hiking or going to the beach. As I mentioned earlier, family plays a huge part in my life and especially my two sisters mean a lot to me. Therefore I hope that I will become close to you guys and that you will be like a real family to me. I also enjoy cooking and I hope that I can contribute at your house by cooking traditional Swedish food such as swedish meatballs.” Hosts provide a bed, 3 meals a day, and your kindness and support. Message me for more info on hosting Olof.
One of the items up for grabs at the Addams Family musical raffle - lots more items will be added this week Also available a $25 Spa gift certificate Barr Fitness gift certificates Free kids yoga class Stay tuned for more info 😊

The official Woodgrove High School Theatre page. Here you can find all of the information on future shows, department news, and volunteer opportunities!


Check this out! Bring Broadway into your home!

Senior shout out: So excited for our next senior, Lauren Rap studying business in China! You will accomplish many great things, we are sure of it! Best wishes!

More With You - MALINDA (ft. Virtual Choir/Orchestra!)

I love the collaboration performances and digital musicianship during these times. Look at this international work! We are excited to get ready for our drama awards banquet. Please fill out the permission Google Form so your child/children can participate! May 28th at 4:30 pm is our big virtual Google Meets event. Enjoy this virtual performance in the meantime!


Feautured in our gala this week! More senior shout outs coming and Drama Awards Virtual Banquet on May 28th! Happy Friday!

Senior shout out: Congrats to Belle in her decision to go to Radford! We believe you have big plans and visions in store and cannot wait to see them happen! Stay in touch so can say we knew you before you became an FBI agent!

Senior shout out: Congrats to Jenna for committing to Utah State University this fall! Follow your dreams in social work and continue to sharpen your talents! We will miss you and wish you the best!

DIY Greek Masks are coming next week to our theatre classes. Most students will be making one for Tech Theatre or Theatre Arts. They have the option to record a monologue too. The following items will be used as inspiration (including but not limited to):
-Toilet Paper Rolls (when they are done being used)
-Paper Towel Rolls
-Food Take out Containers (clean them first)
-Paper plates or cups
-Construction or Computer paper

*We hope to showcase some of this work in our gala online! Start collecting and get excited! Also, more senior shout outs coming soon!

Sharing some baking fun from other sources. I think I need a baking project this week to get my creative juices flowing. What are you and your kiddos doing? It was awesome to hear from the acting classes today what they are working on at home including drawing, writing, recording music, painting on jeans, etc. so good to chat synchronously with students today! Tech theatre classes are tomorrow! Happy eLearning & beyond!

5,6,7,8! Watch the Cast of the 2006 A Chorus Line Revival Reunite to Dance Through the Iconic Opening Number

What a neat thing to see. Thanks to Karlah Louis for sharing! Happy weekend! It's been 12 years since the 2006 revival of A Chorus Line closed on Broadway, and now the group of hopeful auditioners are back together again. …

[04/25/20]   Sending love to seniors! They were supposed to be finishing prom tonight! Thanks parents for making it special today despite these crazy times!

Prom 2020: Some Good News with John Krasinski Ep. 4 Did any of your kids tune in for the virtual prom? I hope everyone is doing well. Feel free to share any good news or accomplishments! Us staff miss our community!

John Krasinski highlights some good news around the world (including weather from Brad Pitt), has NASA astronauts from the International Space Station stop b...

Creative ideas for quarantine. How are you passing the time? Stay safe!

What to do during the quarantine? Reenact famous paintings! ⁠ It's an Instagram challenge using the hashtag #TussenKunstEnQuarantaine — which means 'between art and quarantine'!

Maskmaker Maskmaker, Make Me a Mask

Can anyone relate to this? I hope everyone is staying safe out there!

South Bay Musical Theatre volunteers, on hiatus from costume construction tasks because of the coronavirus pandemic, are sewing facial masks for people in th...

Senior shout out: Congrats to Kat going to U of CA Los Angeles. We wish you the best on your future journey studying psychology and continuing theatre! 💓💚💙 #Classof2020

Spread the word. We want to feature student performers for our spring GALA VIRTUAL fundraiser! Please submit your virtual performances asap! Original work, parodies, etc. are extremely welcomed. We can create a collaborative cabaret, etc. Send your thoughts and ideas!


Enjoy this uplifting message on this Cyber Monday of sorts of Spring Break!

When you get the Hamilton Original Broadway Cast together with John Krasinski for a special #HamAtHome surprise... that's #SomeGoodNews!

Ben Platt & Cast of Dear Evan Hansen Perform 'You Will Be Found' - #HomeFest

Show this to your theatre kiddos and I hope it brings you happiness, hope, and comfort in these unsure times. Happy weekend, spring break, Easter, etc and enjoy your week!

James Corden wraps up #HomeFest with some words on the range of emotions he's felt while in quarantine, and on the importance of being there for others in th...

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Inspiration to bring the show home or take the show virtual. Happy mid-week! I hope eLearning is going well for everyone!

When Disneyland closes! 😅🏰

2020 Parents' Guide to Google Classroom

If anyone is having issues navigating Google Classroom, hopefully this can help! Happy eLearning! I hope everyone’s first day went well! The Parents’ Guide to Google Classroom

What’s on March 27: Oklahoma! and Smash Watch Parties, In The Heights' Andréa Burns and Mandy Gonzalez, Rags Parkland Virtual Album Release, More | Playbill

More opportunities for students from Broadway! Check out who’s hopping online to hang out with fans, teach classes, and perform virtually.

While the singers are a stuck at home...

The Grove Theatre's cover photo

OCPS On-Camera Classes.mp4 and 1 more file

Virtual opportunities! I will start sharing resources here and well as in my classes. Happy eLearning! 2 files sent via WeTransfer, the simplest way to send your files around the world

Sadly we had to cancel our second weekend of shows. If you bought tickets to the second weekend we are offering three options. I send an email but here is it again in case it did not reach you: 1. Ask for a refund 2. Donate money 3. Get a credit for future opportunities. Please email me with thoughts or questions at [email protected]. In the meantime, here are a few more reviews and snapshots from the amazing first weekend! 💓🎭

[03/24/20]   For students in my classes, hold onto recyclable materials for activities coming soon!

[03/23/20]   Schools are closed for the remaining academic year. I am saddened by this. We will find ways to stay creative! Sending love to our theatre extended community!

Loudoun County Public Schools

Parents, if you need connectivity for upcoming eLearning, let Loudoun County Public Schools know!

Dear LCPS Families and Staff:

The purpose of this communication is to provide the latest updates on the status and operations of Loudoun County Public Schools, as we continue to adjust to the evolving guidance and direction from federal, state and local health authorities.

Community Care – Social Distancing

We ask everyone to promote and demonstrate appropriate social distancing strategies when engaging with others. Social distancing strategies increase the space between individuals and decrease the frequency of contact among individuals to reduce the risk of spreading a disease. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, keeping individuals at least 6 feet apart is ideal based on what is known about COVID-19. If this is not feasible, efforts should be made to keep individuals as far apart as is practical.

Please practice social-distancing and other preventive strategies such as avoiding physical contact when greeting or receiving documents and meals, covering coughs and sneezes, frequent handwashing, and similar measures. The health and well-being of every member of our community is our highest priority, and these measures help to protect us all.

Essential Items Pick-Up
LCPS is providing an additional opportunity for families to retrieve medication, laptops and other critical items from school buildings. On Thursday, March 19 and Friday, March 20, families who need to collect critical items should call the main office at their school or email the school principal to make an appointment for a brief visit. Appointments must be made prior to your arrival at school. As the virus situation continues, LCPS is unsure if we will be able to offer another opportunity in the future. We encourage families to use discretion and to arrange visits for only those essential items. We also ask for patience as we will require visitors to maintain appropriate social-distancing at all times, and the number of visitors to any building at any one time will be limited. Thank you for your understanding.

Mobile Internet Hotspots
LCPS has made an initial purchase of mobile internet hotspots to help ensure continuity of access to internet-based instructional resources for students and staff during an extended closure. LCPS is prioritizing the distribution of hotspots to students in grades 3-12 to households with the greatest needs, with a limit of one hotspot per household. Hotspot devices could be available for distribution as early as the week of March 23.

Families and staff will need to formally request a device via the described process. To request a device, families/staff must:
• Complete the online form ( or
• Call the LCPS Technology Support Center at 571-252-2112 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays.

Each hotspot supports up to 15 device connections. The hotspots come with pre-configured internet content filtering, meeting the requirements set forth by the Children’s Internet Protection Act. Submitting a request does not guarantee access to a hotspot.

The LCPS hotspots are configured to operate on the T-Mobile cellular network. For a hotspot to work T-Mobile cellular coverage must exist in your area. T-Mobile cellular coverage is not available in all areas of Loudoun County though most of our high need areas in Loudoun do have T-Mobile cellular coverage. LCPS continues to explore options for connectivity in areas of Loudoun without T-Mobile cellular coverage; identifying a solution for these other areas may take several weeks.

LCPS is planning for the pickup of the hotspots by parents and guardians at locations throughout the community. The distribution will be subject to ongoing consultation with the Loudoun County Department of Health and other experts, to ensure appropriate measures are in place to meet public-health recommendations. Each household receiving a hotspot will be required to sign a hotspot usage agreement before a hotspot can be taken home.

Please note that many commercial vendors have made available increased services to support schools and the community. We recognize that people without connectivity may not be able to access the following links, and are including the information for broader community awareness.
• Comcast is offering the Essentials internet package for free for 60 days
• AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint have removed data limits for cellular data customers
• Verizon offers unlimited data on hotspots and cell phones

Meal Deliveries
Loudoun County Public Schools continues to provide daily breakfast and lunch service to the students that rely on the schools for meals. The program has been established for students age 18 and under. We understand that in these difficult times, many people across the country and our county are in need of meal support. We ask the community to support our commitment to our young citizens when visiting our school meal distribution sites. Sites that experience fewer student visitors than anticipated may be able to make leftover items available to the general public after the scheduled 1 p.m. program close each day. LCPS is also working with other hunger relief agencies to make sure no leftover food is wasted.

Continuity of Education Resources
LCPS has created a Continuity of Education webpage
( ) that contains digital and offline learning resources to provide optional learning experiences for students that are consistent with the LCPS curriculum. Resources are organized by grade level with references to curriculum guides that align the supplemental opportunities with students’ recent classroom experiences. Up to March 27, the emphasis in these experiences is on reinforcing skills and knowledge that have been previously taught. Learning experiences may begin including new skills and knowledge that have not previously been taught after that date. More information will be provided as the Virginia Department of Education provides guidance and our distance learning (digital and non-digital) plans are refined.

US Census Continues
Even as we all adjust to the challenges of the virus situation, the 2020 US Census has begun. Loudoun’s Census count impacts LCPS as much as any other county program. Loudoun County receives more than $15 million in federal funding based on Census data for school programs. These programs include free- and reduced-price school meals, special education, Title I resources, Head Start, teacher training and more. For each child or adult not counted in the 2020 Census, Loudoun County expects to lose $2,000 per year in federal funding during the next 10 years. Please respond to the request you will receive in the mail to complete the online Census questionnaire. It’s important that everyone gets counted!
Thank you for your continued support and flexibility as our community adjusts to the challenges we’re facing.

Eric Williams, Ed.D.

Updates on our production... Currently we are rescheduled for the weekend of May 1-3rd! Buy your tickets and let us know if you have any other questions! *This is subject to change or even cancellation due to the progression of the COVID-19. We will update you with more information as it comes our way. Thank you for your support!

[03/12/20]   We are trying to work out a solution at this time for the performances scheduled for this weekend. We will inform you of any updates when we have them. Thank you!

Got great feedback today at #Folgerontheroad Secondary Shakespeare Festival 2020 today! So many games and so much fun! Thank you Folger Shakespeare Library!

Just checked into the Folgers Secondary School Shakespeare Festival! More updates throughout the day!

Critics choices! But all our stars shine on stage! Come see the show this weekend!

Little Shop of Horrors, Woodgrove High School, Purcellville, Virginia, March 7, 2020

Extra, extra read all about it! The first of many wonderful reviews are published. Don’t miss this show!!! Best written reviews for Little Shop of Horrors performed at Woodgrove High School in Purcellville, Virginia. Reviewed on March 7, 2020.

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Spread the word, save time & avoid the line. Buy and use the code CAPPIES for $2 tickets: If you buy at the door, we strongly suggest cash to also save time! We hope to see you for our big night tonight! Woodgrove High School is using for its online ticketing solution. Check out Woodgrove High School's online portal.

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