Tag: Theatre

Atholton Theater Department Took the Stage by Storm

Atholton Theater Department took the stage by storm on opening night of The Tempest.

Shakespeare: To Modernize It, Or Not To Modernize It?

Many young people assume Shakespearean plays are boring, unfamiliar, and difficult to understand. However, when teenagers are exposed to Shakespeare’s works in interesting, interactive ways, they may find that his works are still accessible and relatable to the youth of today.

Atholton Presents One Night Only: A Night of Eclectic Shows

On May 1st, the curtains opened to reveal students of the Atholton Drama Department showcasing their writing, directing, and acting skills in four one-act plays.

Spring Musical Sets the Bar (Mitzvah) This Year

Atholton’s theater department presented 13, a musical about a Jewish boy preparing for his Bar Mitzvah while in the midst of his parents divorce and his own relocation, on March 2nd, 3rd and 4th.

AHI Tuna Reels in Audiences

A robot on a blind date with a hamster. A moose apocalypse. A politician who can finally lick his elbow. At the Atholton improv show, “You Gotta See This, You Gotta Hear This” is more than just the name of a game.