Expressing every God-given emotion, our students shine on stage with the light of Christ Jesus.
My favorite thing about drama is the other students I get to interact with. It’s like having a very large family and we all look out for each other, we love hanging together, but most of all we truly love performing together.
From drama I’ve learned; you don’t always get the part you want, but you have to make the best of what you actually got. Same goes for life; appreciate what you have, and everything will work out as it should, in the end.
My character has been shaped by drama because I get to play someone different in every play. I get to imagine how they might have felt during my performance, and I get to put my personality in on it. It’s also allowed me the opportunity to express myself in a way that I might not have been able to otherwise.
My favorite drama memory is everything. I can’t give you one specific event or occasion, it’s just a great honor to be a part of the drama culture and the people in drama. Every time we are together we create memories.
This next year, you can expect from our drama department to produce more wonderful actors and actresses, playing fantastic roles that will outshine anything we have ever done before. Every year it just gets better and better. You just never know who will blossom from being on stage. I believe everyone should at least try drama for one semester.
Drama has impacted my future because I have learned more about myself and what I want to do. I still want to be a cardiologist thoracic surgeon, but I am going to do it with a lot of studying, practice, and passion; just like everything in life should be done.