Shorewood High School Drama Department

  • This Year So Far!

    Currently: Peter and the Starcatcher

    A boy with no name, parents, or hope to speak of sets off on a journey involving charming orphans, devilish pirates, a giant crocodile, and, of course, Starstuff. Learn about the origins of Peter Pan, Captain Hook, and Neverland with Shorewood High School's return to live theatre in Peter and the Starcatcher.
     

    Performance dates:

    May 12-14 and 19-21 at 7:00 pm
    May 15 and 22 at 2:00 pm
     

    Tickets:

    $10 each at the Shorewood Business Office, or on Brown Paper Tickets
    $12 at the door

     

    Previously in the 2021-22 School Year:

    Winter One Acts 2022

    Student written and directed plays came back for our winter production of One Acts! This year there were five different plays that were performed on February 17th and 18th.

    All Together Now!

    A musical cabaret of songs from your favorite musicals! Shorewood Drama performed their first show back from the year and a half of remote learning, coming back strong with a collaborative fall show.

Upcoming 2021-2022 Shows

  • Peter and the Starcatcher

Bringing Theater to Life

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    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 brand new 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