Shorewood High School Drama Department

  • Spring Musical

    The Prom

    Down-on-their-luck Broadway stars shake up a small Indiana town as they rally behind a teen who wants to go to the prom with her girlfriend.

    Performance dates:
    April 13 / 14 / 15:
    Shorewood Theater - 7pm

    April 16: Shorewood Theater- 2pm

    April 19 / 20 / 21 / 22: Shorewood Theater - 7pm

    Concessions available!
    Buy Your Tickets:
    $10 each at the Shorewood Business Office, or on Brown Paper Tickets Here
    $12 at the door

    The Prom is double cast, which means the characters are played by different people on certain nights. Check who's on the night you plan on attending Here

    Follow us on Instagram @swdrama for fun show updates and behind-the-scenes moments!

    Previously in the 2023-23 School Year:

    Winter One Acts 2022

    Four short plays directed and produced by students. Performed in the black box, Nobody Had a Clue, Coffee Wizard, Noir City, and Bite were directed by students Abraham Taddei, Sofia Solano, Ursula Stickelmaier, and Hayley Berkman. 

    Fall Play: The Play That Goes Wrong

    An unconscious leading lady, a corpse who can't play dead, and a ruffled detective, must battle against forgotten lines, and sabotaging scenery in a quest to arrive all in one piece at the final curtain call.

Upcoming 2022-2023 Shows

  • The Prom Poster- Art by Eliana Megargee

Bringing Theater to Life


    The mission of the Shorewood High School drama program is to provide students with opportunities to develop skills in all aspects of the theater arts through classes and after-school activities and productions. 
    Check out the student-updated website here.

    This mission statement is supported by the following objectives:
    • To give students instruction and experience in collaborative work, self-discipline and leadership; To instill in students the concepts of creative self-expression, professionalism, and self-growth;
    • To provide experiences that develop students’ acting, directing, writing, business and technical skills, in which the students themselves are active in all aspects of the creative process;
    • To offer students a variety of performance opportunities with a broad spectrum of literature and genres;
    • To enrich the district’s curricular program with extra-curricular and class performances that extend learning at Shorewood and other schools;
    • To foster appreciation of theater and its creative process by Shorewood students and the Shoreline community;
    • To invite parent and community participation in achieving these objectives.

    Shorewood's Drama Department and Thespian Troupe #640 features two Mainstage productions and multiple student performances each year. Based in the Shorewood High School Theater, we welcome anyone in the greater Shoreline area to join us for our high quality, entertaining, and challenging productions.


    Shorewood High School Drama Department
    17300 Fremont Ave. N, Shoreline WA 98133; 206-393-6825