Theatre is offered for students in Kindergarten through High School.

Lower School students learn the basics of theatre. They perform a monologue for parents and write their own Christmas sock puppet play. The Lower School students end their year in theatre by performing a musical.

Middle School students learn about theatre history and performance techniques. They also perform a monologue. Fifth and sixth grade students perform a play in the fall and in the spring. Seventh and eighth grade students participate in PSIA One Act Play competition.

High School Theatre goes more in-depth while also studying theatre history along with performance theory. They compete in TAPPS One Act Play in the fall.

Shane Strawbridge is the Director of Theatre.

A Nightmare Before Christmas

Scrooge isn’t the only one who can tell a ghost story at Christmas! The 7th and 8th-grade theatre students at All Saints Episcopal School present three haunted tales, just in time for Christmas! “A Nightmare Before Christmas” includes adaptations of “The Monkey’s Paw” by W.W. Jacobs, “The Raven” by Edgar Allan Poe, and the 1962 film “Carnival of Souls.”

Choose Your Adventure Mystery Play

The students are here, but where is Mr. Strawbridge?

Help the fifth and sixth grade theatre students at All Saints as they uncover the truth of where Mr. Strawbridge is and why he went missing in the first place in this choose-your-own-adventure mystery play!

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