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” Aerial Workshops

It’s been a long time since the HHS theatre department has held Aerial specific workshops, but they have finally come back!!  We are pleased to announce that we are holding three different aerial workshop days for those interested in learning about the many different apparatus we use at HHS.  She Kills Monsters: Young Adventurers Edition … More “She Kills Monsters” Aerial Workshops

6 Pieces of Advice from Theatre Artists to Be Thankful For

BY LEAH WALSH Leah Walsh, host of the artists’ podcast The Compass, shares words of advice from her fellow artists that she is thankful for this year. I am thankful for these insights living a full artistic life from The Compass Podcast archives. Check out these past episodes if you need something to listen to on … More 6 Pieces of Advice from Theatre Artists to Be Thankful For

AFS Variety Show

AFS International/Intercultural Exchange Program has been a part of Homestead High School for over 58 years. The exchange grew out of the American Field Service (AFS), which was founded during World Wars I & II by young Americans who volunteered as ambulance drivers. AFS volunteers picked up injured soldiers regardless of their allegiance.  Due to … More AFS Variety Show