Home of C.L.A.S.S. Act Productions!  
    Director: Mr. Cory Finch
    Classroom #: P - 152
    Email Address: cfinch@murrieta.k12.ca.us
    Phone Number: 951-894-5750 x6742
     Thank you for your support of our many productions and events over the year so far! We have a few more events scheduled as we finish out the school year. March 17-18 our Advanced Drama class will be competing at the Fullerton College Theatre Festival; April 22 our Intermediate class will compete at the DTASC Shakespeare competition at Temecula Valley High School and April 26-29 our Advanced Drama Class will present "Almost, Maine" in our 'Black Box Performing Space. May 30 our Intermediate class will perform an "Evening of Scenes" also in the "Black Box". Finally our Drama Club Banquet is being planned for May/June more details to follow! 
    Welcome to Drama! We have a variety of courses offered in Theatre Arts:

    Drama I, which introduces terminology, and basic performing skills in a variety of classroom activities;

    Drama II, which is an intermediate level course and provides more opportunities both in class and outside of class to build performance skills;

    Drama III/IV, where students continue to master performance skills through the production process. These students produce a full length play and perform in High School Theatre Festivals around Southern California.

    ***After school and / or some weekend time is required for Drama II, III and IV***
    Technical Theatre: This course will offer students a chance to learn, develop and master designing and building skills required backstage for productions in a variety of styles.

    The mission of VMHS Drama Club is to build critical thinking skills, emphasize time-management skills, provide a safe creative environment and encourage students to be exposed to a variety of classical and contemporary Theatrical Productions. Drama Club produces full length productions as well as a variety of other productions. There are many opportunities available to ALL students of ALL levels of experience, including: performing, designing, building, analyzing and attending performances. Drama club also provides students 'Community Service' opportunities by volunteering on campus and throughout the community.


Last Modified on March 3, 2017