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Parkview Theatre & Film
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Theatre exists as a collaborative art form. Designers, builders, makeup artists, lighting board operators, costumers, and stage crew members work alongside the actors and directors to transform a play from the written word to an experience. Parkview students have opportunities to explore all of those avenues and to create transformative moments.
With MainStage shows each semester, 24-Hour Play festival, Freshman One Act, an extremely active mime troupe, a touring improv team, and so many more, Parkview students have many opportunities to grow as actors of all stripes.
Actors can sing and dance in the spring musical, and they can portray historical figures presenting scenes from their lives in the cemetery where they are laid to rest in Tales of the Crypt. Versatile opportunities allow actors to become well-rounded performers at Parkview.
Parkview encourages devising, or collaboratively creating, original scripts each year with our Arkansas Adventures show that tours to area schools.
Students also have student-director opportunities on multiple productions each year.
Parkview offers entire classes on playwrighting and ensemble devised theatre.
A group of teens on a tiny island in the Everglades of south Florida are stuck. Their families, their access to the world beyond, and the systems that hold their lives together all keep them from moving toward lives that could have them succeed. Will they make it out, or will these teens be caught Ever in the Glades?
WiFi High: School in a Box
This one-act virtual play is written, directed, and performed by Parkview Theatre students.
Watch below or click this link, and as always,
thank you for your support of Parkview Theatre.