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  • Thespian: noun 1. A person who participates in the creative process related to theatre productions.   

    This year we will be working on story telling and writing, vocal techniques, and characterization (making distinct characters). The students will work on their interpersonal skills as well as their intrapersonal skills, as they relate to theatre arts. We will also be doing smaller technical theatre units throughout the year in support of our grade-level showcases. Students will also have the opportunity to attend performances inside and outside of the school.  

    Showcase Dates 

    There will be three (3) showcases this year. Set dates will be released shortly. 

    4th & 5th - December 13th @ 1:00 pm  

    2nd & 3rd - March 19th @ 1:00 pm 

    Kinder & 1st - early May


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Degrees and Certifications:


Miss Kroll (or Ms. K) is a life-long thespian with a passion for education. Ms. Kroll holds a B.A. with Honors in Theatre from Methodist University. After graduating in 2021, Ms. Kroll then went on to Greensboro College to complete their Licensure Only program, which she completed in spring 2023. During their time at Greensboro College, Ms. Kroll completed student teaching at Southeast Guilford High School. As a member of the Educational Theatre Association (EdTA), Ms. Kroll has also worked with the NC Thespians at their regional and state festivals. Ms. Kroll is very excited to be working at Parkview Village for her first official year of teaching! 

Ms. Kroll has worked as an actor, stage manager, scenic designer, and director! She has theatrical credits doing such productions as Scripted by Brenna McBride, Seussical the Musical by Lynn Ahrens & Stephen Flahert, King Richard III by William Shakespeare, Almost, Maine by John Cariani, Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare, and SpongeBob the Musical by Kyle Jarrow. Ms. Kroll continues to further her professional development through various meetings with EdTA, Guilford County Schools Fine Arts Department, and exploring avenues for performance and theatre technical work. Ms. Kroll also maintains good relationships with past performance groups, such as Methodist University Chorale, Methodist University Theatre Arts Department, Greensboro College Theatre Arts Department, Sweet Tea Shakespeare in Fayetteville, NC, and Temple Theatre in Sanford, NC. 

Parents and Guardians - please feel free to reach out to me at any point for extra support for your student(s). My email is krollm2@gcsnc.com and I can be reached via Class Dojo.