Wait? Independent Study? Homestead has an Independent Study class? It sure does and it’s perfect for any theatre kid!! If you want to further your study in anything Theatre related an Independent Study is for you: Acting Make-up Costume Design Lighting Design Scenic Design Theatre History etc. The list is endless when it comes to … More Thinking about an Independent Study?
Workshops after school in the Black Box Theatre February 19 3-6pm – Work on Monologues February 20 3-6pm – Work on Scenes/ Monologues/ Create Dances February 21 3-6pm – Work on Scenes/ Monologues/ Create Dances February 25 3-6pm – Aerial Workshop February 25 3:30-6pm – Aerial Workshop February 28 3-6pm – Final Audition Day Macbeth Audition Packet The script that Figg is … More Macbeth Workshops and Auditions
So… it’s spring? Or will be soon…. in spirit… Anyway, we have closed the musical, which means the infamous spring play is about to begin. Once upon a time (a long time ago now), the spring play was a performance no one wanted to be in, the directors had to beg kids to audition. But, … More The Vision for “Macbeth”
On a barren Scottish heath, three witches await the coming of Macbeth and Banquo, Scottish generals on their way home after a victorious battle. At the same time, on a battlefield not far away, a wounded soldier tells Duncan, king of Scotland, of Macbeth’s great courage in battle, then the thane of Ross arrives to … More SYNOPSIS: MACBETH
Originally posted on Highlander Online Written by: Sasha Shapsis, Assistant Editor|February 10, 2019 The Homestead Drama Club took the audience for a swim in their show of The Little Mermaid in the James Barr Auditorium on Feb. 7-10, 2019. The show focused on the story of Ariel, the youngest mermaid of her seven sisters. While her … More Under the sea with ‘The Little Mermaid’
Who are you? What year are you? What are your interests? Yo! I’m Ethan Schlesinger and I am Junior at Homestead. I play Winward and a sailor in this production. I am a photographer, a self-proclaimed comedian, and I play the drums. I also like chocolate. A lot. Maybe too much. I’m so glad you … More Meet the Artist: Ethan Schlesinger
Long before Disney got its metaphorical and musical hooks into Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Snow Queen” to manufacture 2013’s Frozen, they adapted his original “The Little Mermaid” for the screen in 1989. Bolstered by Oscar-winning music by composer Alan Menken and the late, great lyricist Howard Ashman, the incredible success of The Little Mermaid ushered in the Mouse … More Disney’s The Little Mermaid