After-school Director: Brit Flynn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
In-school classes: Aly Perry (email@example.com)
THIS WEEKEND: Disney's The Little Mermaid Jr.
Sunday 5/22 at 1 pm
Join us for a special meet & greet with treats! Enjoy tea with Ariel and her friends in the EHS cafeteria.
SHOWTIMES for Disney's The Little Mermaid Jr.:
Thursday, 5/19 and Friday, 5/20 at 6:30 pm
Saturday 5/21 Children's Matinee at 10 am
Sunday 5/22 Matinee at 2:30 pm
We are a passionate, curious, and inclusive community of theater-makers who work to engage audiences in meaningful conversation and produce relevant, thought-provoking performances.
EHS March One Acts are IMMINENT!
10 Ways to Survive the End of The World by Don Zolidis runs March 25th-27th, LIVE on the EHS Auditorium Stage at 7:30 pm on Friday and Saturday, and at 2:00 pm matinee on Sunday.
Tickets are $5 for students, $8 general admission.
Tickets are available at the door and can be ordered online at ehstheater.bpt.me. We are seating at full capacity, and recommend wearing masks for your own safety and the safety of our student performers.
*Some content may not be suitable for younger viewers as it pertains to the ever looming end of all humanity.
We have several opportunities to connect through theatrical & performing arts at EHS:
In-school Classes (teacher: Aly Perry) with a focus on empowerment and how the arts reflect society:
-Theater (Foundations and Advanced)
-Fall musical (November) (director: Candy Padula)
-Spring one-act (March) (director: Brit Flynn)
-Student-directed musical (May) (facilitator: Brit Flynn)
Be a part of it! See our archive of photos, videos, and more: EssexHSTheater.org or follow us on Instagram @vtehstheater
A collaborative & immersive experience staged live and outdoors during the magic hour. ...Come gather and engage for a unique participatory event, devised by the EHS Theater Company and directed by Aly Perry. Click the image for more info!
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The show that audiences call..."mesmerizing...masterful...spellbinding"...LIVES ON!
Frankenstein gets reanimated and reimagined in this ensemble-driven version of the classic horror story. Tickets sold at the door or at lunchtime the week of the show. Thursday, March 14 and Friday, March 15 at 7 PM. $5 Student/Senior $10 General Admission. Cash or checks made out to EWSD. Run time: 1 hour.
A powerful and inspiring documentary about what it takes to make magic happen in real time