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!

Carousel, Homestead High School

The greatest of musicals? HHS’s production makes a convincing case The luxury of hearing the Homestead High School Pit orchestra play Richard Rodgers’s score is beautiful.  Does any mainstream piece of musical theatre sound this sophisticated – those flecks of strings, the stopped horns, the chilly bitonal winds heard just before the Carousel Waltz lurches … More Carousel, Homestead High School

Coming Soon!

Glorious songs, a postcard New England seaside setting and a spiritually uplifting story of love and redemption have kept Carousel among the most beloved American musicals ever created. Homestead High School will stage the Rodgers and Hammerstein masterpiece Feb 6-9 at the James Barr Auditorium. While the songs of Carousel — including “If I Loved … More Coming Soon!

Theatre for Social Justice: The Hobbit

Written By: Katie Bandurski Tissue paper flowers litter the stage, bolts of fabric clutter the costume room, actors gather in the Black Box Theatre, adamantly performing warm ups. Production for Homestead High School’s version of The Hobbit is in full swing. Focusing on the adventures of Bilbo Baggins as he unwillingly accompanies a band of … More Theatre for Social Justice: The Hobbit

Strong. Proud. Loud.

“A culture fixated on female thinness is not an obsession about female beauty, it is an obsession about female obedience. Dieting is the most potent political sedative in women’s history.” – Naomi Wolf It’s no secret young women face incredible adversity within high schools across the nation. It’s shocking how many girls don’t feel beautiful, … More Strong. Proud. Loud.