Prologue & Eurydice : November 12-13 at 7pm and November 14 at 3pm in the Underwood Theatre
The Theatre Program emphasizes the students’ creative growth in all areas of theatrical theory and practice. Combining curricular and co-curricular paths, the overall goal of the program is to help students discover and develop their individual and collective artistic voices. Classes in theatre help students develop the craft of on-stage performance, set construction and stage lighting, and stage direction. The co-curricular aspect occurs after classes in the work of producing shows for the main stage. It is there the skills learned in the classroom are put to practical use in rigorous staging, technical and dress rehearsals culminating in performances shared with the greater community. Through the study of acting, directing and stagecraft, students develop their emotional and sensory awareness and better appreciate the commitment and discipline necessary for the expression of this art form.
'22-'23 Private theater coaching
Private acting coaching is available for students seeking specific assistance in their growth as a performing artist. Our teaching artist can assist in helping students prepare for auditions or further develop their skills on an individual basis.
For more information, contact Theatre Program Coordinator, Mr. George Brock at: firstname.lastname@example.org
September 17-18 at 7pm and September 19 at 3pm in the Underwood Theatre
All streaming tickets are FREE and available starting Friday, March 26, at noon.
Play depicts 16-year-old girl's personal and emotional Holocaust journey.
Mistaken Identities, Love, and Merriment Mark Shakespeare Comedy
- Spring 2017 Musical - "Lucky Stiff"
- Fall 2016 Play - "As You Like It"
- Fall 2015 Play - "Dracula"
- Spring 2015 Musical - "South Pacific"
- Fall 2014 Play - "Titus Andronicus"
- Spring 2014 Musical - "Legally Blonde"
- Fall 2013 Play - "Crucible"
- Spring 2013 Musical - "Seussical"
- Fall 2012 Play - "Midsummer Night's Dream"
Set the Stage
Be on stage with MASQUE, Acting, or Theatre, or try your hand behind stage with Stagecraft, Lighting, Sound, or even Directing.
performing arts subscription
Friends of the Arts at EHS can purchase subscriptions that enable us to bring nationally recognized guest artists and clinicians to work with our students, offer unique travel experiences, and provide for technical upgrades to our facilities and equipment which benefit the entire EHS community.
Pre-Season Concert: Emerging
Puffs (or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic) by Matt Cox
Sept. 16 - 18
Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
Nov. 11 - 13
Rhythm and Rapture
Dec. 2 - 3
Dec. 6 - 7
Knight for the Arts
Music & Lyrics by Benny Anderson & Bjorn Ulvaes. Book by Catherine Johnson
Mar. 3 - 5
Mar. 31 – Apr. 1
Masterworks Concert: John Rutter REQUIEM
EHS Choirs and chamber orchestra
Student Directed One Act Plays
Apr. 20 - 21
*Events subject to change