Philosophy: Theatre develops students’ fundamental skills in self-expression, communication, creative problem-solving, and critical thinking. Creative dramatics begin in the Lower School where students form fundamental foundations through activities and guided play. Older students grow in their sense of self and character by connecting to multiple perspectives and the larger world around them. Students learn to understand the practical aspects of theatre production through hands-on experiences within the classroom as well as through co-curricular productions throughout the school year. Productions and classrooms are student-centered in order to empower students both onstage and off to create, problem-solve, and grow as artists.

Lower School Theatre Art
Grades K-4 - Full year

Middle School Theatre Art
5th Grade Theatre I - Semester
6th Grade Theatre II: Me, Myself, & Eye: My Self, My Body, My Perspective - Semester
7th Grade Theatre III: From Page to Sage - Semester
8th Grade Theatre IV: Shakespeare Live! - Semester

Detailed Middle School Course Information

Courses Offered in the Upper School

Acting I
Acting II
Improv I
Improv II
Directing & Playwriting
Winter Show

Detailed Upper School Course Information