SCS Theatre Arts students develop knowledge and practices in connecting their art in performance to the Creator. SCS Thespians understand human behavior and awareness of self. They have developed thinking and empathy through relationships with others. The SCS theatre student is able to use stage terminology, directions, and applications with skill. Theatre history is appreciated and drawn from for understanding and use in performance. SCS Theatre students have an opportunity to develop their skill in theatre arts through an honors track advanced acting class. An SCS theatre graduate understands the arts industry and ways to utilize their skill in a variety of career paths. Advanced communication skills, use of the voice, and critical thinking are exhibited in a SCS theatre graduate. Theatre etiquette and attendance are well practiced in the SCS Theatre Program.
High School Fall Play TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
Join Us in the Box for the SCS Fall Play, The Masque of Beauty & the Beast
TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW for the SCS fall play, The Masque of Beauty & the Beast, October 16 - 20, 2021; 7pm & 2pm Saturday Matinee. There are no performances on Sunday or Monday.
The first theatrical production of the school year is here, The Masque of Beauty & the Beast stage adaptation by Michael Brill. SCS Theatre presents the original story of Beauty & the Beast told in the style of an ancient French Masque. This play is written completely in verse. It is full of subtle, magical elements and rich characters. These characters pop off the stage and put the audience in a spell. The story’s characters are in perpetual movement as they navigate from location to location seamlessly. The cast will perpetuate the story through movement and music all the while bringing the audience to a sweet ending as “They’ll live, ‘Forever after, happily.’”. The performances will take place October 16-20, 2021, 7pm nightly with a 2pm Saturday matinee. There are no performances on Sunday (10/17) or Monday (10/18).
QUESTIONS?...contact Mrs. Woodward regarding this high school audition opportunity.