Eagle Theatre strives to produce professional-level theatrical productions and challenging theatre educational opportunities for students of all ages. By forming community and creating a safe space for students to explore, engage, play and create, Eagle Theatre teaches excellence in the craft of theatre through acting skills, involvement in costumes, set, scenic, lighting, audio, and other aspects of production. Led by Ms. Boyd, an experienced director of children’s and community theatre, students will dive into imagination, develop their vocal and physical performance skills while discovering new characters and stories. 
Our program strives for professional production results, but actors and technicians of any age or experience level are welcome to attend! Willing, eager learners make the best actors and techies. The best way to become successful in theatre is to treat everyone with respect and try one’s best to do good work!
Productions are a commitment, and definitely require a lot of time in the last several weeks leading up to a show. However, during productions, actors and techies are only called when their scenes are being rehearsed. Actors are expected to spend time at home reviewing blocking and memorizing lines. It takes a great community to pull together a production and Liberty Tree Academy is ready! Let’s get started!
Ms. Boyd

Ms. Boyd

6-12 Music, Band, Orchestra, Theater

Eagle Theatre


Liberty Tree Academy’s Eagle Theatre announces their inaugural season in 2020-2021 with the classic C.S. Lewis novel “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.” Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy find themselves magically transported to the land of Narnia – a place where animals can talk and an evil White Witch has cast a spell that makes it always winter and never Christmas. The children meet Aslan the Great Lion and courageously battle the forces of evil, discovering that love is the deepest magic of all. 

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, from the story by C. S. Lewis, is dramatized by Joseph Robinette and produced through special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Illinois.
Audition Requirements – a memorized one minute monologue or a memorized poem recited dramatically.  Please DO NOT use any monologues or excerpts from “The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe” in your audition. How to find a Monologue for Auditions.
Monday, October 5 from 4-7pm
Plan to come early and stay late for your audition slot!
Wednesday, October 7 from 3:30 pm-5:30 pm
Script material will be provided for callbacks here.
Monday & Wednesday from 3:35-5:30 pm

Audition registration begins Monday, September 21

Show fees ($75/student which includes cast T-shirt and DVD) due at the first rehearsal.
Parent meeting on Monday, October 5 at 7:30 pm on zoom.

There is no online option for Eagle Theatre.

Student participation is contingent upon audition and casting. Auditions are a great experience and we encourage all interested students to try out! We are looking for eager learners, students who are easy to work with and get along well with others, as well as the right “type” for each role.

Eagle Theatre Rehearsal Calendar

Auditions are Monday, October 5

from 4:00-7:00pm

Please use the following link to signup for an audition time slot.

Please read through the audition commitment information.  If your student is cast,  this outlines what is to be expected from your commitment.

Want to be involved behind the scenes? Students 12+ and parents are welcome to participate on the production team. 

Audition forms will be available on the day of auditions, but students can also fill them out in advance! Please bring them to the auditions on October 5th. Audition forms will not be accepted prior to auditions. 

Choosing the right monologue is important when auditioning for a role.  Click the button to find helpful tips and guidelines. 

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Roles & Descriptions

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