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"All the World's a Stage"

Welcome to the Drama Club/International Thespian Honors Society #7180! For more information, please come to our club meetings Thursday during Lunch or stop by Mr. Pilacik's room in M-3.



Fall: A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen, translated by Rolf Fjelde

Spring: South Pacific by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein 


Past Season-


2015-2016 Season:

As You Like It by William Shakespeare

Little Shop of Horrors By Howard Ashman and Alan Menken



Upcoming Shows and Dates

Fall Play 2016: 

A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen, translated by Rolf Fjelde

October 28, 29 at 7PM; October 30 at 2PM

Spring Musical 2017: 

South Pacific by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein 

March 31 at 7PM, April 1 at 7PM, April 2 at 2PM


Both shows are in the SSFHS Auditorium


"As You Like It" 2015 Fall Play


"All You Need Is Love" 2015 Spring Musical


Southern Fried Murder Fall 2014

The Odd Couple - Females Fall 2013

9 to 5 Spring Musical 2014

Godspell Spring Musical 2012


Drama takes us into the depths of our imaginations. Movement, voice and song transform a set made of wood, paint and cloth into an alternate reality to tell stories, awaken our sensibilities, and stir our emotions.

The art of theatrical performance is a craft that has many rewards. Drama students learn in an environment that is accepting and forgiving. Actors are able to release their inhibitions and express their inner self. The drama group encourages and nurtures abilities. The results are greater poise, confidence, self-assurance and an enhanced ability to communicate effectively.

Broadway Review Spring Musical 2013