That 70’s Show

  Homestead High School Theatre Department Presents: That 70’s Show The 3rd hour Acting 2 class spent a month adapting, auditioning and rehearsing their own version of the cult classic TV show, “That 70’s Show.” Red Sees Red: As punishment, Red gives Eric and Hyde a curfew. Laurie is all for it until she discovers … More That 70’s Show

The Lottery

  The 2014 Theatre Production Seminar Class put on “The Lottery,” a play adapted from Shirley Jackson’s famous short story. Sydneye Olkwoski, an independent study directing student, directed the One Act play. “The Lottery” is a short story by Shirley Jackson, first published in the June 26, 1948 issue of The New Yorker. Written the … More The Lottery

Romeo and Juliet

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!

Audiences in Theatre

“The horror of movies is that they’re always the same – they never acknowledge the audience reaction. What keeps theatre alive is that each experience is unique. Each audience does affect the material, it affects the way that actors perform. Clarity is particularly important to me. I want the audience to at least understand what … More Audiences in Theatre