GHS Theatre

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Bringing the community together: 110 Stories

The city of New York was a frightful time during 9/11 for not only the people there near the world trade center, but for those at home witnessing the events of TV. With the help of Steven A. Mitchell, Goodrich's Theatre program was successful in giving students the opportunity to fill the shoes of real people who had been there at the time. Telling the stories of what they witnessed and what they saw in their eyes, Goodrich had crowds of people who were amazed at what a great production that was shown on stage. With not only the community coming together such as local firemen coming to see the performance, but Sarah Tuft, the writer of 110 Stories, was giving Goodrich's Theatre Program support via social media to help not only wish for a good show, but to help spread the word of Goodrich's spring play.

Integrated Improv's March 6th Match!

Goodrich High School Theatre Department presents...
The Integrated Improv team's March match!

Be apart of an audience that gets to call suggestions, fouls, get called on to be apart of a scene, and ultimately decide which Goodrich team, Blue or Yellow, wins the match!

Time: Doors open at 6:30PM
Match starts at 7:00PM

Admission: FREE

Concessions will be sold at halftime, and any donations are appreciated.

Thank you for supporting Goodrich's performing arts, and we hope to see you there.

A Classic brought to life: Arsenic & Old Lace

The Brewster household was a perfect stepping stone to start off this school year's look on GHS Theatre. This hilarious comedy brought loads of laughter to anyone who took a seat at the Brewster family, giving the opportunity of over 35+ students to be apart of the fall play. Arsenic & Old Lace was not only a great show, but served as a record for the largest set Goodrich has ever seen on it's stage. For the cast and crew, the play itself "CHAARGED!" right past them due to it being an enjoyable time for not only the audience, but the actors and technicians apart of Arsenic & Old Lace.

2013/2014 Theatre Season a Grand Success!

GHS Theatre put it's main stage season to bed on Sunday, March 30th with the final performance of GODSPELL. The musical met rave reviews from audiences and set box office records. This all coming on the heels of the hugely successful production of William Shakespeare's TAMING OF THE SHREW last fall. Both productions were massive undertakings for Steven A. Mitchell, Director of Theatre, and his students.

Raymond C. Green Center for the Performing Arts