Students who choose Theater for their sport will have the opportunity to have fun playing around in acting games and improvisation. Through improv. and focused games, actors improve their on-stage skills first in monologues, then in skits, and finally in a one-act play. In Theater, everyone gets to be on stage. We learn a lot about developing characters, memorizing scripts, and blocking, but we laugh a lot, too. Theater is a safe place to try on different characters, learn how to act, and learn about yourself. Not only will students have the opportunity to be on stage, they will also learn the nuts and bolts of set design, lighting and sound technology, and costuming. Students perform for their friends, family, and the local community in several productions in the Fall and Winter seasons. Recent performances include “Check Please 2”, “The Blizzard”, “The Mustache Guys”, “Soap Opera”, and “Three Guys and a Brenda”. Students who are interested in only the behind-the-scenes, technical, and back stage aspects of theater are also encouraged to join theater.