Learning and performing in theater arts is both an expression of personal creativity and an exploration of other cultures. Students develop an age-appropriate understanding and appreciation of theater history and performance. Participation in theatrical productions brings theater arts to life, and students of all levels perform in a school- wide production at the annual Grandparents’ and Special Friends’ Day. In the spring semester, lower and Middle School students have the opportunity to participate in grade level musical performances.
Music, drama and dance are performed throughout the year. Special dramatic performances enable students to produce, stage and perform traditional and original works. Previous dramatic productions have included The Sound of Music, The ’70s Review, Peter Pan, Mrs. Nelson Is Missing, The Treasure of Shiver River and The Wizard of Oz.