Drama is an exciting and vivid way to use the talents God has given.
Drama at Hamilton District Christian High strengthens the student experience with drama as a creative, collaborative expression. Drama is the physical embodiment of story. By investigating drama across history and cultures, we gain insight into and empathy for the stories of other people in different places and times. Through the study of theatre history and modern acting theory students will analyze cultural shifts affecting theatre today. Through script analysis students will explore the relationship between page and stage.
At Hamilton District Christian High, we offer an open drama course which lays the groundwork for the principles of acting, staging, and vocal precision. The senior drama course exists to further the study of theatrical elements such as blocking, directing, and design. In each course, students are encouraged to challenge themselves physically, emotionally, and vocally through individual and group activities.
Each class will also participate in an outing to a professional drama production. Additionally, the spring mainstage production is an exciting place to get involved for all students via open auditions in the fall as well as technical and artistic expertise.
- Drama Club
- Drama Production
- Inprov Club
May It BeDuring remote learning, the Vocals class recorded themselves singing, then mixed all the tracks with the accompaniment. Here...
Finding BelongingHollie's personal story highlights how members of our class had felt like they were “on the fringes” but then found a...
Nathan’s StoryNathan knows the power of drama and its ability to transform people’s assumptions by revealing the truth about who they...
Poetry CollectiveGrade 10 students wrote poems about an issue that affects their daily lives. COVID-19 and quarantine, racism, technology,...