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Theatre

Chicago HSE - Spring Musical

EHS ONSTAGE Presents: Student-Directed One Act Plays

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.

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Be on stage with MASQUE, Acting, or Theatre, or try your hand behind stage with Stagecraft, Lighting, Sound, or even Directing.

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Past Productions

2021-2022
MAJOR EVENTS*

THEATRE
Our Town by Thornton Wilder

Sept. 17 – 19

MUSIC
Hauntcert

Oct. 26

THEATRE
Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl

Nov. 12 – 14

DANCE
Resurfacing

Dec. 3 – 4

MUSIC
Advent Chapel

Dec. 7, 8

THEATRE
Chicago - High School Edition

Book by Fred Ebb, Bob Fosse, Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb
Mar. 4 – 6

DANCE
Moving Forms

Apr. 1 – 2

MUSIC
Masterworks Recital: Stabat Mater (Pergolesi)

Postponed-TBA

MUSIC
Spring Concert

April 21

THEATRE
Student Directed One Act Plays

May 4-5


*Events subject to change