Why Teach Theatre in our Schools?

Theatre is a SCIENCE. Theatre is MATHEMATICAL. Theatre is a FOREIGN LANGUAGE. Theatre is HISTORY. Theatre is PHYSICAL EDUCATION. Theatre is LANGUAGE ARTS. Theatre is BUSINESS. Theatre is TECHNOLOGY. Theatre is ECONOMICS. Theatre is taught in schools Not because you are expected to major in theatre, Not because you are expected to perform all through … More Why Teach Theatre in our Schools?

She Kills Monsters Workshops:  Feb 18-21 3-6pm

She Kills Monsters Workshops:  Feb 18-21 3-6pm In these workshops, we will play with choreography, improvise and choreograph on the aerial silks and learn some combat skills.  These four days are to figure out how we want to perform She Kills Monsters: Young Adventurers Edition.   If you come to the workshops, it does not guarantee … More She Kills Monsters Workshops:  Feb 18-21 3-6pm

‘Big Fish’ funny, touching, tissue worthy

“The ending is always a surprise.” Daniel Wallace wrote this in his book Big Fish which was is the source material for Homestead’s musical this year.  But as our witch in the musical says, “Everyone dies, Edward Bloom, but your death is glorious. Let me show you.”  She then reveals all the people whose life Edward … More ‘Big Fish’ funny, touching, tissue worthy

Come see “Big Fish the Musical”

First premiered on Broadway in 2013, Big Fish The Musical has been a labor of love for the creative team and kids at Homestead High School. Adapted from the much-loved Daniel Wallace novel and Tim Burton movie, this story explores the tall-tales that Edward Bloom, played by the utterly brilliant and mesmerizing Jack Cannon, has spent a lifetime … More Come see “Big Fish the Musical”