Hello, Current and Future Theatre Students,
We, your theatre teachers, are busy planning all sorts of new and exciting projects, trips, and events for the 2017-18 school year. Here is some information about them. If you have further questions or ideas, please feel free to email us at any time.
Rachel Ollagnon email@example.com
Kayla Boffone firstname.lastname@example.org
James Scott email@example.com
This year, we will be creating a Bellaire theatre company. Auditions will be held on August 22nd, beginning at 10:00 AM for all students new to Bellaire or new to advanced theatre. If you have previously participated in theatre in your Middle School or in the community, or taken a theatre 1 course, come audition to be placed in an advanced, production class. If you are not available on August 22nd, but are interested, let us know and we can find an alternative audition time. If you would like to audition, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an audition time.
We will be taking a trip to New York in mid-October to see Broadway productions and participate in IB theatre workshops (TAPS) with other students from all over the world. This trip will be open to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors who are taking theatre courses this year. Please see the attached documents HERE
for further details. Email email@example.com with any questions.
We will be taking a trip in late November to Grapevine, Texas to participate in the Texas Thespian convention. Students will have the opportunity to participate in workshops and compete, if they chose, in various theatrical events. Please see the attached documents HERE
for further details. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
We are excited about the coming year and hope you are, too!
More info about the program
The Bellaire High School Theatre Department has accumulated numerous achievements in UIL competitions, including the UIL one act play 5A state championship, numerous regional, and area wins. Countless Best Actor and Supporting Actor awards, including the Samuel French Best Actor award at the state UIL one act play competion, the highest award in high school theatre in Texas, won by John Bass.
The theatre department has also been nominated for Best Musical, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Supporting Actor in the high school musical Tommy Tune Awards. Josh Brenner did receive the Tommy Tune Best Actor award.
Students routinely receive scholarships to the University of Texas, Boston University, New York University, University of Southern California, and Northwestern University, to name a few.
Graduates of the theatre program currently are appearing on Broadway, off-Broadway, in film and television, as actors, agents, and executives.
We offer several levels of theatre classes including beginning theatre, if you’d just like to try out acting, theatre production, where students work on black box and main stage shows, and technical theatre, where students work on lighting, costume, and scenic design.