The ghost of Jacob Marley appears in the SDMS 2015 production of A Dickens Christmas Carol
There are many exciting things happening in the Drama classroom during this 2017-2018 school year, and I look forward to keeping you updated on the latest news straight from the stage!
8th Grade Technical Theatre students calling cues and operating our new sound and lighting equipment during Into the Woods, JR.
SDMS 2016 performance of Disney's THE LION KING, JR!
Still from South Davie's 2012 Production of Guys and Dolls
A student director/actor in the SDMS Film Class walks the red carpet at the 4th-annual SDMS Film Showcase at Aperture Cinema this past May!
A student in the Technical Theatre class showing off the scene painting he created for Ellis Middle School's production of Alice in Wonderland, JR
SDMS Production of Into the Woods, JR.
6th Grade: Puppet Show Performances!
7th Grade: Guidelines of Improvisation: Constructing scenarios, understanding conflict.
8th Grade Tech Theatre: Lighting design projects from SHREK, JR.
Shakespeare: Watching 2018 SDMS Shakespeare Festival!
Shrek and Donkey take the stage in our May 2018 performance of Shrek, JR!
Jack's Mother, Jack, and Milky White the Cow in our fall 2016 production of INTO THE WOODS, JR!
SDMS Film students arrive at Aperture Cinema in Downtown Winston-Salem in a super-stretch limousine to screen their student films for the 2018 SDMS Film Showcase! Dale Pollock, renowned film critic and professor of Cinema Studies at UNCSA, critiqued the showcase for the 4th year in a row!
Still shot from the SDMS Shakespeare Festival's Romeo and Juliet Act 3 Scene 3 film project, which features the characters of Romeo, Mercutio, Tybalt, and Benvolio.
2016 Production of Into the Woods, JR!
The Stampede in our 2016 production of Disney's The Lion King, JR.
Photos from our smash-hit production of Shrek, JR last month! 3 sold-out shows and so many laughs!!
Big Goal for Mrs. Reeves' Drama Class:
“Provide students with a safe environment in which they can make discoveries
about their abilities as young actors. Students will be encouraged to step outside
their comfort zone, take risks, apply the techniques they have learned in class to
their own acting, and continuously show respect to themselves, their peers, and
to the dramatic arts.”