KML offers three opportunities each year for students to participate in theatre. Children’s Theatre is in the fall, followed by the Winter Musical, and the Spring Play.

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Children’s Theatre

Children’s Theatre occurs every fall toward the end of October and has two primary functions. The first is to provide high school students with an opportunity to be part of a live theatre production by making use of both acting ability and stage skills such as scenery design, make up, and costuming. The second purpose is to be part of the recruitment process for the federation’s youngest members. Each Children’s Theatre production is performed for elementary students in the area as a way to introduce them to theatre at our high school. The Sound and Light Crew assists with the technical services. Any KML student who is committed enough to follow the instructions of the director; who can attend rehearsals, work sessions, and performances; and who shows an aptitude for theatre is welcome to join. A production schedule is distributed in advance so students can plan for this commitment.

Winter Musical

The Winter Musical occurs around the end of February and brings together the musical, acting, and production talents of students, teachers, and volunteer staff. It also provides another opportunity for area elementary students to attend a production on KML’s campus. KML students may participate as singers, actors, chorus members, orchestra musicians, stage crew members, artists, costumers, and make up artists. The Sound and Light Crew assists with the technical services. As with any full-scale production, the musical requires a serious commitment on the part of its members. A production schedule is distributed in advance so students can plan for this commitment.

Spring Play

The Spring Play occurs around the beginning of May. This production provides a unique opportunity to participate in a more intensive drama experience in a different genre. The genre is different each year, including serious drama, comedy, farce, etc. Any KML student who is committed enough to follow the instructions of the director; who can attend rehearsals, work sessions, and performances; and who shows an aptitude for theatre is welcome to join. A production schedule is distributed in advance so students can plan for the commitment involved. The Sound and Light Crew assists with the technical services.

Questions? Interested in More Info?

Contact Mr. Nate Krug (nate.krug@kmlhs.org).