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CLICK HERE for the Glenbard West Theatre Calendar.

2023-2024 Theatre Season

Join us for Theatre Club meetings every Thursday after school in the Auditorium.

All are welcome!

Fall Musical: The SpongeBob Musical, November 2 – 4, 2023 The SpongeBob Musical

 

The New Black Box Plays, January 18 – 20, 2024. 7 pm.

 

 

Black Box New Plays
Winter Comedy: The Play That Goes Wrong: High School Edition, February 1 – 3, 2024. 7:30 pm. The Play That Goes Wrong
 

Spring Drama: Romeo & Juliet, April 18 – 20, 2024

Romeo & Juliet

Directors: Mike Fox & Jacob Kelleher

Technical Directors: Bill Schumacher & Rob Matz

 

 Who we are:

Glenbard West Theatre is open to all students who are interested in performance or working behind the scenes. For those interested in the technical and business aspects of the productions, we will train you, no experience is necessary. We present three main stage productions each year: a fall musical, a winter comedy, and a spring drama. In addition, we have a studio series in the Black Box that features new student playwrights.

Theatre Club meetings are held every Thursday at 2:45 pm in the Auditorium. This is where students learn how to get involved in upcoming shows and enjoy fun social events. Members of the Theatre Club who accrue enough points by active involvement throughout the year are honored at the Theatre Awards Night in May and are inducted into the International Thespian Society, an honor society for high school theatre students. The sponsor is Mr. Fox.

Theatre Parents’ Guild (TPG) 

GW Theatre Parents’ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pg/gbwtheatreparents/posts/  

Hey parents, want to help out?  The Theatre Parents’ Guild is for you.  We help the Theatre Club in a number of different ways. TPG:

  • Improves dissemination of information about theatre activities to ALL parents
  • Creates fundraising events and assists with Theatre Club fundraisers.
  • Organizes cast/crew meals for dress rehearsals
  • Creates theatre outing possibilities for students (e.g., Broadway in Chicago, plays at other area high schools, college productions) and arranges transportation
  • Assists with publicizing theatre productions
  • Helps organize Cast/Crew Parties for Friday and Saturday nights of main stage productions