Category Archives: Drama Shows
Rosedale’s Fringe Festival is an annual four-day theatre festival starting next week and runs from Tuesday June 6th to Friday June 9th, from 4-8pm. It features original drama, dance, comedy, poetry, and art. For more information, visit the festival page, … Continue reading
Maven Academy is a utopian, student-run boarding school ten hours away from Toronto. Co-founded by Dylan Coo and Rebecca Mitchell, the institution exists without any adults, letting its students roam freely while escaping the harsh reality of the outside world. … Continue reading
This year Rosedale’s Fringe Festival is gonna be galactic with Planet Fringe! Planet Fringe features interstellar plays from Tuesday May 31st to Friday June 3rd, 4-8pm. Come join us for a fun time where students will be staging plays written … Continue reading
After tons of hard work and extra time put into this course, the students of drama production would like to show you the trailer for After Juliet. Come check out the play next week to see the finished product that … Continue reading
When kids are running the show it can be a dangerous and unpredictable world. Deception, violence, and misguided passions lead to further conflict and bitter feuding amongst the young Capulets and Montagues. Sharman Macdonald’s After Juliet has all the familiar … Continue reading
This Thursday, January 23rd to Friday, January 24th, the Poor of New York, an authentic 19th Century melodrama will be performed in the auditorium at Rosedale Heights School of the Arts.
The Poor of New York, an authentic 19th Century Melodrama, by Dion Boucicault will run in the Rosedale Heights School of the Arts auditorium Wednesday, January 22-24 at 7pm. Tickets are $10. The show, mounted by the grade 11/12 drama … Continue reading
Students in the Drama Production class have been working on their production of The Poor of New York for the past two months. To get a look at all of the work and planning that goes into developing the show, including … Continue reading
The Fringe Festival is a student-written, student-directed, student-produced festival of short plays performed in three different venues throughout the school. For more information, visit the festival’s web page.