LAH Drama Troupe
Join us for our spring production March 28 & 29 at the Cowan Civic Center!
The purpose of the LAH Drama Department is to provide opportunities in classes, stage productions, and other performances in order to teach the students presentation skills that will enable them to be effective, lifelong communicators of the message of the Kingdom of God.
The Drama Department will promote activities that teach acting skills through memorization, public speaking, self-expression, knowledge of sets, props, and sound equipment, posture, poise, and voice projection. Students will experience teamwork, responsibility, commitment, and wholesome fun. Drama strives to present productions that provide an uplifting, wholesome, and moral message for audiences that may deal with issues society faces and give alternative solutions, minister for the Kingdom of God, promote the idea of homeschooling, and showcase the abilities and talents of homeschool students.
The Drama Department exists because of volunteers contributing time, energy, talent, and monetary resources to the effort. Cooperation in working in a group, commitment, dependability, and good attitudes are required by all participants to make a production successful. In order to participate in the Drama production, a parent from each family must commit to serve in a volunteer position. In addition, a refundable deposit is required per student at auditions. This is normally fairly easy to earn back by selling tickets, ads, and helping with fundraisers.
Before signing up for drama, take a moment to review the rehearsal schedule. All actors are expected to attend all rehearsals including the entire two weeks at the Civic Center.
'23 Production of Phantom of the Campfire - Cast A
'23 Production of Phantom of the Campfire - Cast B