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The Drama Department...

...started in 2011 and with God’s blessing is thriving! We have grown from a small club that met during lunch hour once a week to prepare Chapel skits to creating two full-length productions each year. Our goal of the Drama Dept. is to use our talents and gifts to provide family-friendly, high quality theatre to our school and community and to give all the glory to God!

ARTISTIC WORSHIP

Our fine arts department is a group of artists, musicians, singers and actors who worship the Creator by using the gifts and talents He has given them. The Drama department consistently showcases the ingenuity and creativity of our students, staff and families. 

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Past Performances Photos:
(including)

James and The Giant Peach
The Wizard of Oz
You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
Seussical the Musical
Fools
You Can’t Take It With You

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Frequently Asked Questions

What grade participate in Drama productions?
Students in grades 7-12 are eligible to participate in the Drama Department - as long as they have a 2.0 GPA.

Are there other opportunities for those who do not like the Soptlight?
Yes, if you like to work off stage, there are opportunities for you as part of the Crew. The Crew is responsible for set design, technical staff (lights and sound), costuming, hair and make-up, stage manager and sometimes student directors.

How many performances does CCS put on each year?
We present one Fall play and one Spring Musical each year. Occasionally, the CCS Drama Department has a Winter Showcase.

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Rehearsals and Expectations
Rehearsals are 2-3 times a week, after school, leading up to the performance. The Drama Department follows the CCS extracurricular guidelines when it comes to attendance and practices.

What is the Drama Class? 
The Drama Class is not the same thing as the Drama Dept. The Drama Class is a High School Only Elective. It is made up of two parts with a focus on Acting Fundamentals and Technical Theatre skills. Students learn the fundamentals such as acting theory, characterization and physicality which results in gaining confidence through monologues and scenes performed in class. Technical theatre students learn costuming and make-up design, painting and construction in scenic design and technical skills such as lights and sound. Students in Technical Theatre will be creating for the selected show each semester.  Any high school student interested in Drama may join Drama Class.