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Second Theatre Company strives to equip students to use their God-given talents to be collaborative and creative and produce theatre productions with pride and commitment. Theatre at Second Baptist School creates a safe, focused professional and fun environment where students are allowed and encouraged to create and discover their talents, while being pushed to grow and use their gifts to glorify God. A sense of community allows students to take risks as performers and think critically about their characters. Ultimately, the vision of SBS theatre is for students to use their talents and tools to give glory to God through performance.

Tommy Tune Award Ceremonies 2012-2020

2020 TAPPS One-Act Play Competition

Theatre Courses

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  • Honors Theatrical Performance

    This course is a class for students in all grade levels who seek to be cast in both the fall drama and spring musical in principal roles. This performance-based course involves in-depth character analysis and play development for the fall drama and spring musical. Additionally, each show setting will be analyzed historically. Costumes, sound, set and lighting will be student-designed within period parameters. Specific scene breakdowns will be developed and blocked, vocals will be taught and analyzed for character development and choreography will be taught and reinforced for character study. Furthermore, the Festival of Christmas is blocked and made performance-ready for the all-school event during this course. Prerequisites: Audition. Eligible Grade Level(s): 9-12.
  • Fifth/Sixth Grade Intro to Theatre

    Students learn basic theatrical, production, performance and stagecraft terms and techniques. This course is meant to serve as a primer to the theatrical arts and enables students to learn fundamental production concepts through instruction, expression, collaboration and performance. Additionally, students engage in creative drama and performance-based learning exercises and assignments.
  • Seventh/Eighth Grade Advanced Theatre

    Students experience and explore classical and modern monologues, scene study, performance terminology, resume preparation, production terms, theatre history, musical audition choices and an end-of-semester performance where the students prepare a character analysis of the role they portray. This course exposes students to the dramatic arts and gives them the opportunity to investigate this discipline to discover and develop their talents. Through a variety of methods, students communicate in a dramatic form, make artistic choices, solve problems, build positive self-concepts and relate interpersonally.

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  • Cindy Blades & Claire Westmoreland

    We encourage our students to glorify God with their gifts and talents so their audiences will see there is something different about them, that He would allow their faces to reflect God's glory and spill onto every audience for whom they perform.

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Our Theatre Staff

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  • Photo of Cynthia Blades

    Cynthia Cindy Blades 

    Director of Arts, Upper School Theatre and Musical Director
  • Photo of Claire Westmoreland

    Claire Westmoreland 

    Upper School Theatre, Music Director
  • Photo of Mary Paige Harris

    Mary Paige Harris 

    Lower School Kindergarten, Upper School Production Assistant
  • Photo of Elizabeth Brown

    Elizabeth Liza Brown 

    Lower School Music, Middle School Musical Director
  • Photo of Caroline Patterson

    Caroline Patterson 

    Middle School Theatre Arts Teacher and Musical Director
  • Photo of Emma Prestage

    Emma Prestage 

    Lower School Grade 1, Middle School Production Assistant
  • Photo of Deborah Wylie

    Deborah Debbie Wylie 

    Middle & Upper School Accompanist

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