Stout Theater Announces 2019 Fall Production Law and Order Fairytale Unit

Stout Theater Announces 2019 Fall Production Law and Order Fairytale Unit

Auditions will be held this Thursday October 10th, 2019 after school at the Stout Auditorium from 3- 6pm. Pick up audition forms from Mr. Baydoun or Ms. Zorrati. No experience is necessary Everybody AND ANYBODY IS WELCOME TO AUDITION!
In addition to actors, we also need backstage tech crew students!

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First Stout Theater Meeting, Thursday, September 26th, 2019

First Stout Theater Meeting Thursday, September 26th, 2019

Welcome Back STCers!

First Stout Theater Meeting of 2019-2020!!!
Thursday, September 26th from 3:00-5:00 in the auditorium!

I’m interested in joining Stout Theater. How do I?

GREAT QUESTION! STC is open to anybody who wants to participate.  Simply attend the meetings, get involved, and subscribe to our Iblog and Remind group. It’s as simple as that!

Do I have to attend Stout Middle School to be in Stout Theater?

NOPE! All students, K- 8th grade can join. Who should I contact if I have further questions? 

If you need more details, please email Mr.Rashid Baydoun or Ms. Amanda Zoratti the Stout Theater Advisors at

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Willa Johnston Memorial Theatre Scholarship 2019

Great opportunity for students looking to take part in the Dearborn Summer Youth Theatre Program at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center. We will be putting on Dreamwork’s Shrek: The Musical which allows ages 11-18 and Disney’s Aladdin Kids which has an age range of 5-12. There will be full and partial scholarships awarded which will be applied to the shows mentioned above.  Below are the qualifications for the scholarship:

The Willa Johnston Memorial Theater Scholarship will be awarded to students who:

  • Demonstrate a love of theater
  • Show leadership and commitment
  • Are kind, welcoming, and accepting of others

Please submit a 500-word essay on the following:

“I think the major message of Shrek: The Musical is be who you want to be. I think it’s about being your true self in this not so big, bright, beautiful world” -Rashid Baydoun

Explain the importance of being your true self and encouraging others to do the same.

Then, choose a storybook character(s) and give advice on how to be true to themselves.

The essay must be submitted by Saturday, June 15, 2019. The scholarship committee will determine awards based on submissions.

Students can submit essays to

Post-Production Needs

STC Family,

“We’re All in This Together,” the theme of High School Musical, really captures the essence of what is needed for a production to succeed. Each show, it takes over a hundred students and adults, with a range of talents, to bring the musical to life.

And so it’s that time again: post-production tasks.

Cast & Crew: Please turn in your scripts & any costumes/costume pieces you may still have to Mrs. Cronin on Thursday!

Parents: If you are willing to contribute, there are still many tasks that have yet to be completed including striking (taking down) the set, removing the paint off the windows, etc. If you are interested in volunteering, we will be meeting up this Friday, June 7, after school in the auditorium. 

Should you find yourself able to come in & assist please text the following number to let us know: (313)-721-0121  🙏🏼

And of course, as always, thank you for the continued support!

Monday School Shows

Leads need to be at Stout at 7:45am for makeup! (Only leads will be in makeup)

The first show will begin at 9:15am for the 6th graders:

Sharpay: Yasmeen Keaik

Ryan: Neveen Seklawi

Jill Scott: Lily Anna Reynoso

Zeke: Hussein Alghanem

Ms. Darbus: Brenna Ald

Taylor: Kennedy Weakley,

Chad: Mustafa Zahed


The second show will begin at 1:00pm for the 7/8 graders:

Sharpay: Ayah Barakat

Ryan: Lindsay Adams

Jill Scott: Heba Albasrawi

Zeke: Ali Jaber

Ms. Darbus: Kaitlin Bell

Taylor: Ariana Hobbs

Chad: Mariam Houssami

We’ve made it!

Tomorrow’s call time is 4pm SHARP!

Remember: don’t eat any dairy products because you’ll find it will inhibit your ability to sing as well as you normally can!

Please refer to the pictures attached to see which characters are playing what dates.

If you have any questions OR if your name is misspelled please email: