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Theatre

At home on the stage.

The Theatre program at Holland Hall is collaborative in form and multifaceted by nature, utilizing and developing the individual’s senses to promote self-awareness and self-confidence through tolerance, teamwork, and empathy.

Primary School

At Holland Hall, exposure to theatre and imaginative play begins at an early age. From pre-school to 3rd Grade, teachers incorporate dramatic play and storytelling into their curriculum through puppetry, role-playing, story re-enactments, pretend centers and classroom productions.

Middle School

In Middle School, the theatre arts curriculum lays foundational work in theatre production, etiquette, acting and improvisation skills as well as exposing students to arts management and design disciplines. Students have the opportunity to participate in a theatre production each year of Middle School, either onstage as a performer or offstage as crew.

  • Play or musical productions each year
  • Offstage crewing/technical opportunities

Upper School

Students in the upper school have many opportunities to expand their interest and curiosity in theatre. Whether it’s following a path to become a performer, or wanting to gain more confidence and awareness in themselves or others, through acting techniques, exploration of movement and voice, and the appreciation of all elements of theatre, the Upper School Theatre Arts curriculum will help foster the self expression of both the individual child and ensemble.

Students can experience this art form in the Upper School through:

  • Four Levels of Acting class
  • Independent studies in technical theatre and acting
  • Two productions a year, including musicals
  • Offstage crewing/technical opportunities
  • Showcase performances at Theatre Night
  • Showcase performances (monologues, scenes, and One-Acts) at ISAS
  • Experiential learning/performing in off-campus opportunities
  • Improv Club
  • Company 21 Volunteer

 

 

Holland Hall Upper School Theatre Presents William Shakespeare’s

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

‘The course of true love never did run smooth.’

A feuding fairy King and Queen of the forest cross paths with four runaway lovers and a troupe of actors trying to rehearse a play. As their dispute grows, the magical royal couple meddle with mortal lives leading to love triangles, mistaken identities and transformations… with hilarious, but dark consequences.

Join us for an evening under the stars as the Upper School Theatre presents Shakespeare’s most famous romantic comedies in the Chapman Green!

SEPTEMBER 24 & 26 at 6:30 p.m.

This show is FREE of charge and for all ages. Please bring a lawn chair/ blanket for a picnic style, “Shakespeare in the Park” performance. Please maintain social distance guidelines.