BHS Theatre Department& Red Bird ProductionsWelcome to Theatre at Bellaire High School!Staff Contacts:Kayla Boffone - firstname.lastname@example.orgAllison Underhill - Allison.Underhill@houstonisd.orgAdrian Lopez - Adrian.Lopez@houstonisd.orgKeep up with Theatre Department and Red Bird Production upcoming events on Instagram at @redbirdprodAuditions for 2022-2023 Classes:
Bellaire Theatre and Red Bird Productions (aka "RBP") are preparing for auditions for the 2022-2023 school year! The Department continues to create opportunities for students interested in the Theatre Arts. Courses offer a general background in theatre both as a performance and technical art.
In the Red Bird Production Company (RBP) the students will take on all the many responsibilities of theatre productions. Students will act or work on a crew for at least one performance in the fall and one in the spring. Technical theatre students will learn hands on about the varied theatre arts of set design, lighting, sound, costumes, and makeup. Students in this class will support the productions produced by the Red Bird Production Company.
- Entrance into the Intermediate and Advanced Theatre Production and Technical Theatre classes are by audition only.
- Any students are welcome to take Theatre 1 or Tech Theatre 1.
Auditions requirements and materials can be found HERE.
Incoming Freshmen: March 23rd and 24th - if you are seeing an incoming freshmen hoping to audition after this date, please email email@example.com.
Current BHS Students, transfer students, or current Red Bird Production Company Members: April 5th and 6th
All prospective RBP Company Members must email Ms. Boffone for an audition time: firstname.lastname@example.org.Texas Thespians!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. Check back here for more information. Email email@example.com with any questions.The History of Theatre at Bellaire High School:
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 competition, 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.
Bellaire Fine Arts "Through the Years:" Slideshow