Theatre education at Bishop McNamara enables students to develop intellectually by expanding their capacities for creative thought and expression and by encouraging critical thinking skills. Furthermore, theatre education fosters personal growth, self-confidence, knowledge, and a variety of skills and attitudes that are transferable to a wide range of careers.
The Theatre Program produces a fall musical and a spring play annually to showcase the many gifts and talents of the Bishop McNamara students. Participation both on and off stage teaches students to be a part of something bigger than themselves.
Coming to the stage:
Thank you to all who came out to support this year's spring play, The Enchanted
We'd love to see you in the audience, and look forward to our next season of performances.
BMHS Theatre in the NEWS: Local newspaper The Sentinel has not make a habit of reviewing high school performing arts, yet we welcome journalist, Mark Dreisonstok to the Fine Arts Theatre this past week to review our current stage production. Read his article and review here:
"Talented students guided but not stifled or overshadowed by talented professionals have realized a successful, engaging production of The Pirates of Penzance.” - Mark Dreisonstok, The Sentinel
Upcoming Fine Arts Events
- Concert Band, Symphonic Band & Percussion Ensemble Concert - May 2
- Choir Concert - May 3
- Dance Showcase - May 8
- String Orchestra & Wind Ensemble Concert - May 10
- Theatre Showcase - May 31
Theatre Tech: Sets & Lights
Theatre Tech: Sound & Costumes
Great Stages of Drama
Musical Theatre Production
Dramatic Theatre Production
For Full Course Offerings & Descriptions:
Past Theatre Productions
Man of La Mancha SlideShow