Together, we find our strength.

Our theatre program centers on the concept of Ubuntu, a South African philosophy that translates to “I am because we are.” In essence, my humanity is bound up in yours.

In addition to our theatre classes, the visual and performing arts department produces two theatre shows each year. Not only are students performing on stage, but they're also involved in every aspect of the production— from building and painting scenery, running lights and sound and stage management.

Recent Productions

Recent productions have included "A Girl Who Was a Hundred Girls" (fall 2020),  "Mary Poppins" (spring 2020), , "Newsies" (spring 2019), This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing (fall 2019), "Gathering Blue / The Giver" (fall 2018), "Jesus Christ Superstar" (spring 2018), and "Radium Girls" (fall 2017).


Flintridge Sacred Heart's improv ComedySportz team was one of the first high school teams in the Los Angeles area and keeps audiences laughing at six shows each school year.  

Time lapse video of a ComedySportz competition!.

Theatre Club

Interested students can also join Theatre Club, where members strive to appreciate theatre through participation in numerous activities. 

Theatre Courses


View our theatre program curriculum.


About "A Girl Who Was A Hundred Girls"

What company can solitude offer? A girl is kidnapped. She is kept in a room. She sees no one. She hears nothing. She has only her shadow as companion. After a time, she tells it her stories. After some more, it lends her its own.

A story of eight women, over different generations, borne from one woman. Each has a task that seems too great for an individual – liberation, victory, to conquer, to love. But each has hope.

Why Theatre? Why Now?

    • Ms. Mac explains why she chose this year's fall play

Ms. Jane McEneaney

    • Theatre Teacher

List of 3 frequently asked questions.


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