Theater

Each year, Solebury students bring several productions to the stage for the community to enjoy. We pride ourselves on the professionalism of our productions and rigorous theater curriculum, including classes such as Shakespearean Acting, Directing for the Stage and SoleStage Theater Tech. Students showcase their talents in a drama in the fall, a musical in the winter, and a Shakespeare production or student written and directed one-acts in the spring.

The theater tech program honors Solebury's philosophy of getting students to pursue their passions. The tech crew transforms our wonderful black box theater, designing and building each set from scratch. Students are trained how to run the light and soundboards, construct the sets, and manage the stage.

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ANNOUNCING OUR 2017-2018 SOLESTAGE PLAYER PRODUCTIONS!

The Fall Play: The Hollow, by Agatha Christie

The Winter Musical: The Mystery of Edwin Drood, by Rupert Holmes
The Spring Show: From the Bookshelf (An evening of one-act plays based on some of your favorite literary works!)


2016-2017 PRODUCTIONS

Taming of the Shrew (Spring 2017)

Our SoleStage Players are to be commended for their ambitious spring Shakespearean production.


Into the Woods (Winter 2017)

Into the Woods was our sold-out winter musical production. View the Playbill here, and check out the photos below.


Peter and the StarCatcher (Fall 2016)

Peter and the Star Catcher debuted and subsequently sold out the rest of the shows! View the Playbill here, and check out the photos below.


Watch a rehearsal of "Seasons of Love" from our winter 2016 musical, RENT...

Past Productions

Recent Solebury productions include RENT, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Curtains, Summer and Smoke, Footloose, The Madwoman of Chaillot, All in the Timing, The Drowsy Chaperone, Arsenic and Old Lace, An Evening With Shakespeare, You Can't Take It With You, Urinetown, Pippin, The Stepmother, God's Favorite, Relative Values, and Kiss Me, Kate.