Students

Calling all students! You don't need to be in a Theatre/Tech class to participate. Come to a Club meeting, contact a Club officer or ask our Faculty to find out more!


 
Save The Date!

January 25-28, 2018, Musical: Little Shop of Horrors — Seymour Krelborn is a nerdy orphan working at Mushnik's flower shop in urban Skid Row. He harbors a crush on fellow co-worker Audrey Fulquard. Seymour discovers a very mysterious plant but soon finds that it feeds on blood. Audrey's sadistic dentist boyfriend becomes plant food as does Mushnik. Will Audrey II take over the world or will Seymour and Audrey defeat it?


 
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Testimonials

  • Tech has given me a lot of opportunities that I’ve never had before. Though challenging at times, I've learned so many things that will benefit me long after high school.
    Rachel Obenhaus
  • Theatre has definitely given me more confidence as a person. It has also inspired me to look at things differently.
    Craig Casler
  • Theatre has given me a lot of opportunities to express myself. I even learned to sew in the process!
    Blythe Whatley
  • You're free to express yourself. Theatre is definitely a mix of many different people.
    Rachel Burrows
  • Tech has been a very positive influence in my life. It’s a great group of people to work with and I love every minute of it.
    Kevin Lieb
  • Being a part of theatre has enabled me to express myself in ways that other programs haven't. I can be anyone that I wish to be with amazing people supporting me. Theatre has truly become like a family to me.
    Laura Springfield
  • The best part of LHHS Theatre is the family environment. Everyone cares so much for one another. Plus, you get to know people you never would have met otherwise.
    Amber Bowen
  • My favorite part of LHHS Theatre is the people — they are all so funny and uplifting. They make every show worth doing. It's definitely made me a more confident person. Being onstage can be terrifying but when you have so many people behind the scenes that encourage you, it becomes a lot easier.
    Hannah Hatfield