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High School Performing Arts
The arts are an integral component of the Clark philosophy which emphasizes positive personal values, high achievement and meaningful participation in the community.
As a part of their graduation credit requirements, High School students can participate in Drama as an elective throughout the year.
Clark High School also offers a unique and intensive Spring Mini Course where students work diligently for 2 weeks to create a production to present at the Annual METG Drama Fest.
Since 2012, under the enthusiastic direction and leadership of our headmaster, Jeff Clark, Clark High School has participated in the annual METG Drama Festival. This annual event is a highlight of the year for students who are driven to direct, perform, run tech, create costume and set designs and immerse themselves in the collaborative world of theater arts. Click here for more information about METG.
Presented by Clark High School
2012 The Tempest
2013 The Constant Lover
2014 Lila the Werewolf
2015 The Bridge Partner
2016 America Passes By
2017 For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls
2018 Capita a Fagiolo
Past DramaFest Awards
Acting ~ Ben Wickey for the roles of Alonso and Trinculo
Acting ~ Alex Koo for the role of Stephano
Stage Manager’s Award ~ The Clark School
Participation ~The Clark School
Director ~ Julia Lorello
Excellence in Set Design ~ Erin Murphy, John Plunkett & Ben Wickey
Costumes~ Erin Murphy
Acting ~ Ben Wickey for the role of Narrator
Acting ~ Peter Silverman for the role of Cecil Harburton
Acting ~ Ben Wickey for the role of The Superintendent
Wardrobe ~ Erin Murphy
Wardrobe ~ Alex McLellan
Ben Wickey ('14)
Acting ~ Andrew Krisko for the roll of Lawrence
Sound Design ~ Poe Heckel