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We've found our students learn best when they are having fun and creating.

One of the key concepts of our Theatre program is for students to develop the ability to succeed with humility and to rebound from fallbacks with renewed determination. In order for this to happen, we create an environment of constructive, collaborative, and nurturing support.

We encourage all students to participate in the arts, and many of our seniors explore theatre productions with their classmates before graduation.

Over the last few years, upper school students have performed a number of plays and musicals including Antigone (pictured), Little Women, Clue, The Crucible, and How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.

Even our youngest Eagles get in on the drama! Students across all grades get to perform musicals for their friends and family every year.

From Beginner students taking us on a farm adventure to fourth-grade students retelling the story of Esther from the Bible, there is no shortage of exciting theatre opportunities in the lower school.

Middle school students are encouraged to audition for the annual spring musical each year. Over the last few years, students have performed exciting adaptations of shows like Oklahoma!, Cinderella, Into the Woods, and Mary Poppins.

The skills a student learns in theatre - collaboration, adaptability, creativity, and work ethic - are applicable and valuable whether a student pursues a career in the boardroom, the courtroom, or the theater. 
- Kristi Cardwell, Middle School Fine Arts Teacher