Homestead High School’s 2014 winter musical, “Carousel.” This is the backstage footage!
Second chance to see the HHS musical Carousel, night at 7:30 in the James Barr Auditorium. Students: $8 Adults: $10 If you bring in an item to donate to the Sojourner Family Peace Center (a home for victims of domestic abuse) you will receive 1 dollar off your ticket. “Carousel” runs through the weekend, so … More Friday Night Happenings… CAROUSEL
It took longer then I thought, but finally I have put together a photo book for this years theatre season. This is a great way to remember all the plays and friends you made over the year. It includes photos from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Homecoming Parade, Brigadoon, Stage Crew, The Musical Comedy Murders … More Reality Not Required Photo Book
Ajax in Iraq tells the parallel stories of the eponymous Greek hero of Sophocles’ tragedy Ajax and a young female soldier in Iraq named AJ. Ajax, gripped by jealousy and anger and driven mad by the goddess Athena, slaughters a herd of livestock in a violent rage. Meanwhile, in contemporary Iraq, AJ experiences horrors that … More Stop and look around
A thought-provoking social statement about war and injustice, with compelling acting and an accomplished Directing production. Plato once said “only the dead have seen the end of war,” expressing with prophetic accuracy his belief that war would always be a constant in the history of human kind. And it’s precisely the topic of war and … More Ajax in Iraq
I have been mulling over what to write for the past week, this post marks our 100th post. So it seems fitting that the 100th post be a year in review. Just a little under a year ago Homestead Theatre started this blog and I’m surprised it’s lasted this long… yes there were a lot … More The Year in Review