High School Arts - Drama
The high school Drama Club sponsors the fall play and the spring plays. Auditions for parts in the production are open to the entire student body. Membership in Drama Club is handled by a sign-up organizational meeting held early in the school year. Drama Club members participate in the productions with opportunities for work with make-up, sets, and painting, lights and sound, props, costumes, publicity and refreshments.
"Consider yourself" fortunate if you were able to see our rousing production of "Oliver!" in Spring of 2013. Click here to see photos from this musical.
The Timothy Drama Cast and Crew did an outstanding job presenting "The Miracle Worker" in Fall of 2012. Click here for photos and a recap..
Bobby Sock and Poodle Skirts brought us back to the 1950's with TC's production of "Bye, Bye Birdie" in Spring of 2012. Click here to see photos from this show.
"You Can't Take it With You" hit TC's stage with a humorous bang as we took a look at a slightly eccentric family in Fall of 2011. See photos by clicking here.
TCHS Drama Club said "farewell" to long-time director Mr. Tom Day with his swan-song, the classic "To Kill a Mockingbird" in Spring of 2011. Click here to see a recap of this memorable production.
Seuss was on the loose Fall of 2010 as the Drama Club did a great job bringing classic Dr. Seuss stories to life in "Seussical the Musical!" Click here for photos.
Love was in the air Spring of 2010 when the Drama Club presented Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice." Click here to see photos of the production.
Fall of 2009 took the HS Drama Club "Into the Woods." Does everyone always live happily ever after? Click here for photos and a full cast list.
Cuckoos on the Hearth was presented in Spring of 2009. Click here to see photos from this murder mystery comedy.
With "cat-like tread", Pirates of Penzance crept onto Timothy's stage in Fall of 2008. Click here to see photos and recap of this production.
Spring of 2008 the Drama Club brought us "The Spitfire Grill", a beautiful story of hope and second chances. (Click on link for photos).