Second graders collaborate to write and animate original stories
The first objective of the theatre experience is to train fine communication skills. No other experience better instills self-confidence and self-esteem than presenting oneself well in front of an audience and receiving deserved praise. Therefore, every student in kindergarten through eighth grade participates in a well-rehearsed, finely tuned, annual class play. Additionally, our high school students have several Performing Arts opportunities available to them throughout the year. Directors train students in the effective use of voice, face, and body in order to represent oneself in a dynamic manner. These communication skills, and the resulting self-confidence are invaluable assets for life. The second objective of our theatre program is to provide a venue for some students to excel outside of the academic or athletic arena. The goal is that every student has a place in which to feel a sense of accomplishment and success.
First and oldest underclassmen a cappella group visits Pinewood.
Pinewood student performs at Carnegie Hall.
Our talented students have us all dancing the Charleston!
As the lights go up, a flurry of red fabric swirls onstage. A chandelier overhead illuminates the clear pool below as the actresses arrive, lower their feet into the water, and begin to speak.