The theater tech program honors Solebury's philosophy of getting students to pursue their passions. The tech crew transforms the Barn 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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Meet the Teachers
Peter Martino, Theater Director
Titus O'Neil, Technical Director
Rebecca Wilschutz, Musical Theater Director
The Barn Theater
Solebury School's Barn Theater has undergone a transformation during the last five years, with all new seating, improved sound system, and a new tech booth installed to support our Solebury Theater Collective increasingly ambitious productions. The most recent addition: a new, state-of-the-art lighting system used by professional theaters, as well as college theaters. "This technology has taken our program to an incredible level of professionalism," said Theater Director Peter Martino, adding that it inspired a new theater elective, Lighting Design.
Announcing our 2023-24 Productions!
The Fall Play: Trap
The Winter Musical: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Spring One Acts: Breaking the Mold: An Evening of LGBTQ+ and Female Playwrights
Arts Fest: The Boy Who Kicked Pigs
Children's Tour: The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza
The Fall Play: Spring Awakening
The Winter Musical: Firebringer
The Spring Residency: The Play That Goes Wrong
The Spring Tour: The Stinky Cheese Man
Other recent Solebury productions include Harvey, Chicago, The Terrible Infants, Ride the Cyclone, Puffs, Taming of the Shrew, Into the Woods, Peter and the StarCatcher, 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.