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Auditions & Tech Interviews: Into the Woods January 14th-17th, 2019

Comedy Sportz Match: Friday January 11th, 7 pm

CETA Conference: January 18-20th

Advanced Drama Showcase: Friday January 25th, 7 pm

Intermediate Drama Showcase: Thursday January 31st, 7 pm


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Winter Play - In Any Language
December 6, 7, 8, 9, 2018
Fall Musical - Little Shop of Horrors
October 11-15, 2018
Spring Musical - Crazy for You!
March 16-17, 23-25, 2018


Contact Us!

Ms. Melissa Staab
Theatre Arts Director
(310) 798-8665 x4041
Mr. Bob McDonald
Theatre Arts Manager
(310) 798-8665 x4057

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Theatre Arts



DRAMA A/B              Grades 9-12               Prerequisite:  None  

Year long course       Meets UC/CSU “F” Requirement


“Today You are You, that is Truer than True. There is no one alive who is You-er than You.” In this class, students explore the basic elements of acting and movement, play performance, theatrical history, and technical design. Whether you have never been on stage before, or you are very familiar, there will be something new to learn for everyone! No acting experience is necessary, and any student in any grade level is welcome to enroll. Come join RUHS Theatre Arts!



Grades 10-12             Prerequisite:  Drama A/B    Year long course       Meets UC/CSU “F” and “G” Requirement


Students ready to take their acting skills to the next level can take this course to further hone character development, scene study, monologue work, and audition/professionalism skills. Students will also study directing, and work on creating originally written and designed pieces for performance. 



Grades 10-12             Prerequisite:  Drama 1-2 OR Audition (by appt. with instructor)        

Year long course       Meets UC/CSU “F” and “G” Requirement


Students are able to audition for this course to continue their pathway in theatre arts. Advanced Drama students focus on career preparation, advanced scene work including Shakespeare, and are even able to work with professionals in the industry. The class attends the DTASC festival where schools compete in several categories of acting and participate in exclusive performance opportunities for the high school. Towards the end of the year, Advanced Drama holds a festival of One-Acts that are completely student directed, produced, and performed!     


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2018-2019 Thespian Leadership Board
  • President: Beck Hokanson
  • Vice President/Activities: Liza Holmes
  • Treasurer: Sophia Turcot
  • Secretary & Historian: Kayla Louie
  • Thespian Clerk: Brianna Baker
  • Marketing Director: Madison Reno
  • Comedy Sportz Manager: Cindy Meyer

Awards & Accolades 

  • DTASC: 1st Place "Student Original" Category
  • JRAY Winner for Best Crew & Technical Execution
  • National Youth Arts Winner: Best Production, Best Choreography, Best Youth Orchestra, Lead Actress: Maegan Hood as Polly Baker
  • CETA: Certificates of Achievement = Brianna Baker, Sterling Goddard, Liana Moore, Max Gorman, August Hatherley, Jen Craddock, Beck Hokanson, Lizzie Fauver, Lisa Diethelm, Danielle Silkes
  • DTASC Honorary Mention for Drama Category and Monologue Category - Brianna Baker