As the fall trimester nears its end, you might wither thinking of the next two trimesters looming in the very near future. Even worse, along with finals, jobs, AP classes, college applications, ACT prep, and locking down a Friday date to Qdoba with that someone special, the musical is going to eat up that … More What You’ll Gain from the Musical Season
When Homestead High School theatre Director Amelia Figg-Franzoi was asked “Why Robin Hood?” she smiled lightly and spoke, “I know, crazy right? It’s a show all about men. Or at least traditionally. Last year I fell in love with a version of Robin Hood called The Heart of Robin Hood, but I knew I could never do … More Robin Hood Review!
It’s here! The full version of our “Romeo and Juliet” filmed by our amazing English teacher, Mr. Bauer! Thank him for this amazing filming of our Opening night performance!
Homestead High School has staged a delightful, “no-time, no-place” production of Romeo and Juliet, reminding us that though Shakespeare may seem a thing of the past its lessons about loyalty, family, violence, youth, and love still ring true. In Homestead’s production, they are switching things up a bit gender-wise, in keeping with their 2013-2014 Season … More Romeo and Juliet Review
MUSICAL COMEDY MURDERS OF 1940 by John Bishop Homestead High School Theatre Dept. Directed by Amelia Figg-Franzoi Stage Managed by Erin Meskmen Technical Direction by Wayne Peters Costume Design by HHS Costume Department Scenic Artistry by Fred Brown-Williamson Properties Design by Sam Steinbrecher and Max Mitchleson CAST Helsa Wenzel – Alex Gieske Elsa Von Grossenknueten … More When the Jokes Kill