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Performing Arts

Ross Sheppard High School has a growing and thriving theatre arts program that is designed for both artists who wish to pursue a career in performing arts and for those who want to gain skills in creativity and collaboration.  Emphasis is placed on professionalism, personal expression, and an awareness of how to use the voice and body as tools to create dynamic and compelling theatrical presentations that inspire growth and change.  Students are exposed to traditional as well as experimental forms of theatre as they explore their responsibility as artists in our communities.  Opportunities beyond the regular Drama and Theatre Arts IB programs include Musical Theatre, Advanced Acting, Student Directed One Act Festivals, Improvisation and much more!

Our 2016/17 Productions

Identities
May 3, 5 & 6 @ 7 pm
May 6 @ 1 pm Matinee 

Tickets - Can be purchased at the door or at the Ross Sheppard Finance Office.

Theater at Campus Saint-Jean 


The Heist!
Nov. 23-26 @ 7:30 pm
Nov. 26 Matinee @ 2:00 pm

Tickets - Can be purchased at the door or at the Ross Sheppard Financial Office.

Blackbox Theatre, Ross Sheppard High School

Heist poster 

Our 2015/16 Production
The Wiz

  

Our 2015/16 Production
The Visit
Nov. 24-28 @ 7:30 pm
Nov. 28 Matinee @ 2:00 pm

Tickets - Can be purchased at the door or at the Ross Sheppard Financial Office.

Blackbox Theatre, Ross Sheppard High School

Our 2014/15 Production
Who Has Seen the Wind 
May 19, 20, 22 & 23 @ 7:30 pm
May 23 Matinee @ 2:00 pm

Tickets - Students or seniors $10, Adults $12 Can be purchased at the door or at the Ross Sheppard Financial Office.

Blackbox Theatre, Ross Sheppard High School


Photo and Editing: Alex Gibson

Drama
Emphasizes knowledge of self and others through participation in and reflection on dramatic experiences, competency in communication skills through exploration of various dramatic disciplines, and development for drama and theatre as a process and as an art form.

Advanced Acting and Touring
This in-depth, project style, teacher-directed production based course runs all year with participation in the acting and technical aspects of a major production, culminating in a one act performance at Shep Fest in the One Act Play Festival. Takes place after school.

Musical Theatre
Centered on large group activities allowing you to share your particular strengths in music, dance or drama while developing new skills. Culminates in a main stage performance. Takes place after school.