Theatre Department 
Michele Messenger
Theatre Director    
Annual Productions:
  Fall Musical: A Christmas Carol - A  
  New Musical
  Spring Musical: Mamma Mia!

Photos: Photos in the banner are from Creek Theatre's fall production of A Christmas Carol - A New Musical and were taken by parent volunteer, Carrie Nugent!


Upcoming Events

Mamma Mia! Auditions

Auditions for Mamma Mia! will be the first day back from Winter Break: Wednesday, January 8, 2020! All Pine Creek students planning to audition, must attend both January 8th and 9th. Contact Ms. Messenger with questions.

Audition Sign-Up

Sign up here for your audition time on Wednesday January 8, 2020. Prepare your memorized comic monologue and 2 songs from the links below.

Audition Requirements (2 Days)

January 8: Monologue and Vocal Auditions

Prepare both: 

  A One Minute Comic Monologue

Guidelines for selecting your monologue: Please choose a monologue that compliments the tone of the show. It does not have to be humorous, but should not be serious. Select something that is comic, light-hearted and/or sassy.


A Singing Audition - Select two songs.

      Audition Sheet Music

      Audition Music Tracks

       PT = Performance Track (instrumental only) | VE = Vocal Example

January 9: A Small Group Dance Audition - Choreography will be taught immediately prior to audition.


January 10: Call Backs - details to follow

2020 Spring Musical: Mamma Mia!

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Thursday, April 9th @7pm

Friday, April 10th @7pm

Saturday April 11th @2pm

Thursday, April 16th @7pm

Friday, April 17th @7pm

Saturday, April 18th@7pm

Purchase Tickets: Once a show has been posted, tickets for PCHS Theatre performances can be purchased through BookTixContact PCHS Theatre director, Michele Messenger with questions.

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

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