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Theatre

The stage is the classroom.

At GHS, our Fine Arts program views every student as an emerging artist. The Arts are vital to the development of the whole child. The importance of the Arts is clear: while stimulating imagination and self-expression, the Arts hold a significant role in the development of critical thinking, responsible decision-making and cultural awareness. Students develop abilities and habits of mind that empower learning across curriculums. They will design, revise and reflect on their own work to solve aesthetic problems and analyze other's creative efforts. We strive to encourage the leader and artist in every child to help them comprehend and appreciate the importance of creativity in our global society.

Rigorous Fine Arts instruction produces self-motivated, adaptable, productive, lifelong learners, equipped for the challenges of the global workforce.

Gainesville High School Theatre
proudly presents

October 4-6 THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG

December 6-8 & 10th LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

March 7-9 & 11th CHICAGO

May 9-11 & 13th BIG FISH 

Box Office Opens at 5:30
House Opens at 6:30
Show Starts at 7PM 
All Saturday Matinees start at 2pm! 

 

PAJAMA DRAMA

WHAT: An overnight theatre workshop for students in Grades 2 – 6

WHEN: Friday afternoon to Saturday morning, Feb 24-25, 2023

Come for a night of theatre and fun at the Gainesville High School Pam Ware Performing Art Center. Work with the amazing
Director Tyra Wimpye and her talented troupe of theatre students (and adult chaperones). Activities include improvisation, learning
songs from various musicals, theatre games, choreography and more. Dinner, snacks and breakfast are included. Bring a sleeping
bag, pillow and toiletries. 

Download the Registration Form Here

THEATRE COURSE SEQUENCE

Theatre Arts Fundamentals I

Develops and applies performance strategies of basic vocal, physical and emotional exercises in scene study, while including improvisation, musical theater and technical art forms. This is the introductory course for all other theater courses. Pre-Requisite

Theatre Arts Acting

This is a performance class and culminates in a performance of a play for the community at the end of the nine weeks.

Prerequisite: Theatre Arts/Fundamentals I and Audition. Available in Levels 1, 2, 3, 4

Theatre Arts Musical Theatre

This is a performance class and culminates in a musical theater performance for the community at the end of the nine weeks.

Prerequisite: Theatre Arts/Fundamentals I and Audition. Available in Levels 1, 2, 3, 4

ACTOR/PERFORMER

Bachelor’s Degree

 

 

LIGHTING TECHNICIAN

Bachelor’s Degree

 

THEATRE DIRECTOR

Bachelor’s Degree

 

 

CHOREOGRAPHER

Bachelor’s Degree

 

 

Additional Career Choices

  • Choreographer

  • Cinematographer

  • Creative Director

  • Film Director

  • Film Editor

  • Music Video Director

  • Set/Prop Designer

  • Sound Editor

  • Special Effects Technician

  • Stage Manager

  • Technical Writer

  • Television Director

  • Theatre Director

  • Theatre Manager

  • University Professor/Arts Educator

  • Visual Effects Artist

  • Voice Over Actor