Theatre Department 
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Michele Messenger
Theatre Director    
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2020-2021 Season:
"Clue" (play, Spring 2021)

Radio play adaptation of "It's a Wonderful Life" (Fall 2020)

Watch the Show:  Information Below.

Creek Theatre presents Clue! Stream the Show April 30th- May 2nd - Details below.
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Clue, the play - Watch the Show!

Clue can be watched from home by purchasing an access code through Broadway On Demand.


Access codes are good for a single viewing and can be purchased in advance.


The show will be available to view starting at 7pm on April 30, 2021 through 6:59pm May 2nd. If you would like to watch both casts perform, you will need to purchase a separate access code for each.


To purchase a code:

  1. Go to our show-specific link: Broadway On Demand.
  2. Create an account, if you have not already. 
  3. Select the production (Clue: On Stage | Creek Theatre - Pine Creek High School
  4. Enter payment information and complete purchase.


Description of the Play: It's a dark and stormy night, and you are invited to a very unusual dinner party. Each guest has been given a pseudonym and if that's not bizarre enough, their host gives them each the gift of a deadly weapon right before he dies. Now the butler, along with Miss Scarlet, Professor Plum, Mrs. White, Mr. Green, Mrs. Peacock and Colonel Mustard race around the Boddy Mansion trying to solve this murder mystery while the body count stacks up. But whodunnit?  Based on the popular Parker Brothers/Hasbro board game, Clue, join the Creek Theatre players this April and see if you can figure out who did it where and with what before our characters can!

 

Note: We are performing the "High School Edition" of this show. We would still suggest this show may be rated PG as some material may not be suitable for younger children.



Sign Up for Theatre Classes!

Theatre Course Offerings:
Before committing, please read the in-depth description of each course found in the PCHS Course Guide.
Theatre 1: History of Theatre and Introduction to Acting --Learn about the acting styles of different eras while also developing skills ranging from beginning to intermediate acting
Theatre 2: A comprehensive introduction to acting

Theatre 3: Advanced Acting

Theatre 4: Directing
Technical Theatre: The study and creation of set design, artistic painting, costuming, props, and publicity
Theatre Sports: A form of theater that will help actors of all ability levels to develop skills in spontaneity, characterization, and physical communication through improvisational activities
Clubs

The International Thespian Society (ITS), Troupe 6485: ITS recognizes and rewards students who are heavily involved in theatre during high school. Privileges include college and university auditions and various honors including graduation honors. Opportunities to serve in a leadership role as an officer and mentor rising actors are available.

Theatre Club: Open to all students interested in pursuing theatre-related activities while accumulating points to advance to Thespian