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Shorewood High School Drama Department

Spring Musical: The Drowsy Chaperone

Shorewood's spring musical is The Drowsy Chaperone! A lonely man in his apartment puts his favorite musical on the record player, and as it plays the musical comes to life around him! It's wedding day for bride Janet Van De Graff and groom Robert Martin, but hijinks and shenanigans ensue as the wedding goes from on, to off, to on again as saboteurs, gangsters, and romancers invade the ceremony!

Performance dates:
April 11, 12, 13, and 14, as well as April 17, 18, 19, and 20

Shows start at 7:00pm in the Shorewood Theater, except for April 14th's show, which starts at 2:00pm

Admission is $10 online and $12 at the door. Buy tickets here.

Previously in the 2022-23 and 2023-24 School Years:

Winter One Acts 2023:

Five short plays directed and produced by students, and performed in the black box. The Greatest Bedtime Story, The Museum Visit, Freud, The Date, Anniversary Day, and Witches were directed by Grace Abernathy, Sofia Solano, Duncan Thorvilson, Becca Brock, and Sadira Wright respectively.

Fall play: Puffs

A comedic twist on everybody's favorite teenaged wizard book series, some of the lesser known characters fight for a chance in the spotlight but are continuously beaten out by the infamous "boy who lived".

Spring Musical: The Prom

Four down on their luck broadway stars visit a small town in Indiana to help a teenage lesbian go to prom in order to boost their publicity, but learn how to be better people through their experiences helping this girl.

Winter One Acts 2022

Four short plays directed and produced by students. Performed in the black box, Nobody Had a Clue, Coffee Wizard, Noir City, and Bite were directed by students Abraham Taddei, Sofia Solano, Ursula Stickelmaier, and Hayley Berkman. 

Fall Play: The Play That Goes Wrong

An unconscious leading lady, a corpse who can't play dead, and a ruffled detective, must battle against forgotten lines, and sabotaging scenery in a quest to arrive all in one piece at the final curtain call.

Bringing Theater to Life

The mission of the Shorewood High School drama program is to provide students with opportunities to develop skills in all aspects of the theater arts through classes and after-school activities and productions. 

Check out the student-updated website here to learn more

This mission statement is supported by the following objectives:
Shorewood's Drama Department and Thespian Troupe #640 features two Mainstage productions and multiple student performances each year. Based in the Shorewood High School Theater, we welcome anyone in the greater Shoreline area to join us for our high quality, entertaining, and challenging productions.

Shorewood High School Drama Department
17300 Fremont Ave. N, Shoreline WA 98133; 206-393-6825

  • To give students instruction and experience in collaborative work, self-discipline and leadership; To instill in students the concepts of creative self-expression, professionalism, and self-growth;
  • To provide experiences that develop students’ acting, directing, writing, business and technical skills, in which the students themselves are active in all aspects of the creative process;
  • To offer students a variety of performance opportunities with a broad spectrum of literature and genres;
  • To enrich the district’s curricular program with extra-curricular and class performances that extend learning at Shorewood and other schools;
  • To foster appreciation of theater and its creative process by Shorewood students and the Shoreline community;
  • To invite parent and community participation in achieving these objectives.

Upcoming 2023-2024 Shows

Make sure to get your tickets for The Drowsy Chaperone, premiering this April!