SSHS Drama

Congratulations to Sugar-Salem Drama! They competed virtually in district and state drama, and took 2nd in the state competition! Districts were held virtually on December 5th. 7 Schools entered the district tournament, with a total of 169 entries from 140 competitors. 31 judges were needed to evaluate the great work done by kids from Sugar-Salem and from other schools.

State drama was held virtually on December 19th, and it included 35 schools with a total of 275 entries from 309 competitors. 85 judges determined the scores for each entry.

QUALIFYING TO STATE from Sugar-Salem:

  • Bryson Esplin (Ensemble Humorous AND Solo Humorous)
  • Liv Hillman (Ensemble Humorous AND Original Humorous)
  • Baily Luthy (Original Humorous)
  • Averie McInelly (Original Humorous)
  • Paige Flaig (Original Humorous)
  • Izaac Lozoya (Solo Audition)
  • Rachel Green (Pantomime)
  • Brentlie Gould (Ensemble Humorous AND Solo Humorous)
  • Ryder Schone (Scene Design AND Ensemble Humorous)
  • Austin Robinson (Solo Serious AND Solo Musical Theatre)

STATE DRAMA SEMI-FINALS:

  • Bryson Esplin (Ensemble Humorous AND Solo Humorous)
  • Liv Hillman (Ensemble Humorous)
  • Averie McInelly (Original Humorous)
  • Paige Flaig (Original Humorous)
  • Rachel Green (Pantomime)
  • Brentlie Gould (Solo Humorous)
  • Ryder Schone (Scene Design)
  • Austin Robinson (Solo Serious AND Solo Musical Theatre)

STATE DRAMA FINALS:

  • Bryson Esplin (Ensemble Humorous AND Solo Humorous)
  • Liv Hillman (Ensemble Humorous)
  • Brentlie Gould (Solo Humorous)
  • Ryder Schone (Scene Design)
  • Austin Robinson (Solo Musical Theatre)

FINAL PLACINGS:

  • 4th Place, Ensemble Humorous: Bryson Esplin and Liv Hillman
  • 7th Place, Scene Design: Ryder Schone
  • 2nd Place, Solo Humorous: Bryson Esplin
  • 7th Place, Solo Humorous: Brentlie Gould
  • 2nd Place, Solo Musical Theatre: Austin Robinson

Sugar-Salem took 2nd Place in the Sweepstakes for 3A schools, coming in 1 point behind Coeur D’Alene Charter. And 9th Place overall between all 35 of the 5A, 4A, and 3A schools combined. Congratulations!