Patron Fundraiser Results

Posted on October 8, 2021


Congratulations to the SHS Drama Club, whose members recently completed their Patron of the Arts Fundraiser! They ended with a sales total of $2,045, well exceeding their $1,500 goal.

The contributions from this year’s Patrons will help to cover the cost of sets, costumes, props, UIL OAP clinic, and Theatre Awards Night for the 2020-2021 school year. Here is a list of this year’s Tiger Theatre Patrons — thank you so much to all of you for your generosity & support!


Tiger Theatre Patrons ’21-’22

Patron Fundraiser Ends 10/1

Posted on September 23, 2021

Our annual SHS Drama Club Patron of the Arts Fundraiser ends on October 1st, but you still have time to sign up as a Patron today! Our Patrons directly contribute to the critical costs of our shows, student travel for UIL OAP clinic, and this year’s Theatre Awards Night at SHS. Several different individual, family, and business packages are available, and all include recognition by name or business ad in the programs for each of our Tiger Theatre events this school year.

Theatre enthusiasts who are interested in supporting us by becoming a Patron or submitting a donation can do so by either speaking to a Drama Club member, or downloading our Fundraiser Order Form, filling it out, and mailing it in. As always, thank you to our former, current, and future Patrons and donors for helping us continue to put together amazing shows at SISD!

Congratulations to the Smithville High School cast and crew of ‘Alice in America-Land’!

‘Chamber Music’ Cast & Crew List

Posted on August 30, 2021

Congratulations to the Smithville Junior High cast & crew of Chamber Music!

’21-’22 Season Announcement

Posted on August 13, 2021

We are excited to announce that our ’21-’22 season will include both high school & junior high performances! Students who would like to participate in this year’s shows should speak to Mr. Hensley about being moved into one of his productions-based courses. Visit our website tabs above for more information about the types of theatre courses & extracurricular activities that are offered at each campus.

Theatre Awards Night 2021

Posted on May 21, 2021

This year’s SHS Theatre Awards Night was held on Tuesday, May 18th. The following is a list of honorees and winners from the event.

Drama Club New Inductees

Connor Burns       Hagen Brown       Carlee Edwards       Michelle Holloway       Emma Huerta

Kate Jamar       Bri Muñiz       Donley Romo-Pargas       Shiloh Schroeder       Ayla Witt

Drama Club Honor Stars

First Star:

    Michelle Holloway       Chesney Mouser       Bri Muñiz

Janae Powell       Kayla Richardson       Donley Romo-Pargas

Second Star:

James Brown       Talon Hensley       Chesney Mouser

Bri Muñiz       Kayla Richardson       Amanda Vinklarek

2021 – 2022 Drama Club Officers

Treasurer – Kayla Richardson               Secretary – Ayla Witt

Vice President – Janae Powell               President – Talon Hensley

Thespian of the Year

Amanda Vinklarek

Varsity Recipients

Talon Hensley       Michelle Holloway       Bri Muñiz       Ayla Witt

Director’s Awards

Most Promising Newcomer – Donley Romo-Pargas

Most Improved – Michelle Holloway

Leadership Award – Amanda Vinklarek

Spotlight Award – Ayla Witt

Theatre Productions Awards

Most Spirit – Amanda Vinklarek

Best Understudy – Kayla Richardson as Julie, Ladies in Waiting

Backstage Award – Kayla Richardson, Stage Manager, Ladies in Waiting

Best Performance in a Radio Play – Amanda Vinklarek, The 39 Steps

Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Talon Hensley as Ragbag, The Marvelous Playbill

Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Michelle Holloway as the Young Woman, The Marvelous Playbill

Best Actor in a Lead Role – Donley Romo-Pargas as Chanfalla, The Marvelous Playbill

Best Actress in a Lead Role – Amanda Vinklarek as Kate, Ladies in Waiting

Graduating Seniors

Chesney Mouser       Bri Muñiz       Amanda Vinklarek

Thank you to everyone who was a part of this year’s Theatre Awards Night, and congratulations to all of our honorees and winners!

A down-and-out theatrical producer in 16th-century Spain plays on the vanity of the Castilians by announcing The Marvelous Playbill, an entertainment so unusual that only a pure-blooded Castilian can see it. The announcement brings people pouring in. Actually, there is no show, but Chanfalla the Great tells them what they should be seeing. At first, they’re all struck dumb by the realization that they aren’t pure-blooded since they see nothing. Soon human vanity is at work and they’re all telling outrageous lies.

Our performance of The Marvelous Playbill will be held on May 7 at 7:00 pm in the Smithville Elementary Cafetorium at 800 Bishop Street. Face masks and social distancing are required. Seating options will be pre-set. Tickets are $5 and should be purchased in advance at: