By: Aby Spitz (class or ’23) I wasn’t sure what I was getting into when I decided to audition for One Act. I just knew I had heard good things about it and my friends said I would have a good time in the class with them. They were right. I have had so much … More Thoughts on One Act by Abby Spitz
Written by: Josh Kloss You’ve exhausted the theatre class options; you’ve taken Tech Theatre, or perhaps you’ve acted your heart out in both Acting 1 and 2. Maybe you got to choreograph a dance and show it off to the world in Theatrical Dance. Or, maybe you took all of these classes already. So, what’s … More Take Theatre Production Seminar!
Written by Josh Kloss (21′) As most of the school begins to slow down in preparation for the final days of the school year, the fine arts wing is anything but stagnant. In particular, my peers and I are all hard at work readying our shows for public performances this coming Monday and Tuesday. Being … More Seminar Productions
By: Anna Head People tell me I’m a good speaker and that I’d be great in theatre. But there’s a subtle thing that’s missing. My confidence! I get nervous whenever I speak in front of my peers. Why should I? December and sophomore year at Homestead, I’ve had enough. I need an art credit and … More Discovering Something New
So, Acting 2 started their class studying five famous 20th-century directors via a film exhibit called the 5 Truths of acting. They had to watch five films filmed in the style of these famous directors. Antonin Artaud Bertolt Brecht Jerzy Grotowski Peter Brook Constantin Stanislavski After that, they were charged to film their own film … More Acting 2 during Online Learning
By: Eleanor Potter As a child, we all find our safe places. For many that was through friends, shopping, playing dolls, or playing video games. Yet somehow I was the lucky kid. I grew up with the safe place of a theatre through dance. Dance has been my everything throughout my life. It is what … More Theatre is my Safe place
By: Joey Enea (’20) Acting actually did a lot for me surprised I really was just taking the class because I needed the class to graduate and really wasn’t expecting anything out of class. But Acting did a lot because it really changed my point of view on actors and live performances. It was actually … More Acting 1 stories from Joey Enea
Each tri Acting 1 creates short films for their final exam. This is our 1st tri’s batch of films!
By: Sophia King (’22) Theater has always been apart of my family and my life. My mom has been acting since she was a kid, because of that she has made it a part of mine. When I was younger I used to do plays, commercials, and musicals. I felt connected with my mom and … More What Acting 1 Taught me
I would like to formally invite any sophomore or junior to audition for the 2019 One Act Competition Class. The goal of this class is to select, design, mount and perform a one-act play using both actors and technicians. This class will emphasize production work on a forty-minute play that will be entered into the … More One Act 2019 Auditions/Interviews