• Wayne Hills Theater Workshop Presents


    April 27, 28, 29 @ 7

    April 29 @ 2

    Tickets at the door are $15

    The student presale price is $12. 

    Any student wishing to purchase presale tickets can do so at the box office outside the AUD next week during lunch periods.

    Cash and checks only.

    For more information, please email bcastania@wayneschools.com or jfleissner@wayneschools.com


  • Why should I come out to audition?

    Everyone is welcome!

    • Everyone has something they are good at, and we need all kinds of skills to make a production great! 
    • You don't have to be a great actor, dancer, or singer; You just need to be YOU!
    • Your theatre friends are your family. There is something so special about the bond with a cast and crew.
    • Your age does not matter with casting; freshmen to senior, everyone is welcome (even first timers!)

    Most importantly...THEATRE IS FUN!

  • Who do I contact if I have questions?


    General Questions, Questions about Fall Mainstage:

    Mrs. Jeronis (Director of Fall Production/Producer): bcastania@wayneschools.com


    Questions about Improv Club or Spring Mainstage:

    Mr. Fleissner (Director of Spring Production): jfleissner@wayneschools.com


    Questions about dance or Spring Mainstage

    Ms. Getzke (Choreographer): sgetzke@wayneschools.com


    Questions about music or Spring Mainstage

    Mr. Easse (Musical Director): eeasse@wayneschools.com

  • What we do

    The Wayne Hills Theater Workshop produces two shows a year: a drama in the fall and a musical in the spring. We rehearse throughout the Fall and Winter to prepare for those two shows, and we’re always looking for people of every shape, size and skillset to help us put on the best shows we can.

    Our program began in the 1960s when Wayne Hills opened, and we have been providing the students at Wayne Hills opportunities to sing, dance, and act since we began.

    We've done shows such as The Addams Family, Little Shop of Horrors, Once On This Island, Grease, Beauty and the Beast, West Side Story, Mary Poppins, Legally Blonde, and more!

    What can you do?

    You can: Act, sing, dance, build sets, paint sets, make props, control the props, do costumes, hair or makeup, work on advertising, the display board, work crew, do lights and sound, hand out programs, stage manage, play music in the orchestra…. The possibilities are endless. Not sure what some of those things are… just ask!

    Who can be involved?  ANYONE!

    ●Everyone has something they are good at and theatre needs all kinds of skills

    ●You don’t need to be a great actor, singer, dancer, whatever. You just need to be you.

    ○If you do have super talents, great! We’ll take that too!

    ●You will make a ton of cool friends in all grades and from all walks of life!

    ●We love meeting new people!

    ●Seniority is NEVER used for casting. We don’t care how old you are or how long you’ve been hanging around Hills. We care who is right for the part. Many Freshmen have had leading roles.

    We also have opportunities off stage: sound, lighting, crew, painting, construction. It’s all equally important to the show!

  • Mr. Fleissner - jfleissner@wayneschools.com

    Mr. Fleissner teaches English and Theater Arts at Hills, Advises the Improv Club, and is the Musical Director for our musicals.


    Mrs. Jeronis- bcastania@wayneschools.com

    Mrs. Jeronis handles the fall drama, and produces the spring musical. That means she does a lot of behind the scenes work, but she also helps direct and create magic as well.


    Mr. Easse is the Musical Director for the Spring Production, and is the general music and choir teacher at Theunis Dey and Pines Lake. Wayne Hills is his alma mater and he cannot wait to get to work at his old stomping grounds!

    Ms.Getzke teaches WHHS Special Needs Population, and is the Choreographer at Hills and The Wayne YMCA