Involvement with theatre and drama enhances perception, sensitivity, critical ability, commitment to participation, and recognition of the potential for artistry. All those who choose to participate learn transformation and transcendence. At The Stony Brook School we treasure the education of young artists. Students are encouraged to explore their interest in theatre through acting, directing, set design, light and sound crew, stage crew, and playwriting.
Past performances include: Clue, All Shook Up, Steel Magnolias, The Sound of Music, An Ideal Husband, Godspell, Much Ado About Nothing, The Time of Your Life, Fiddler on the Roof, The Winter's Tale, Our Town, West Side Story, The Lilies of the Field, The Taming of the Shrew, The Wizard of Oz, Anton Chechov’s Vaudeville One Acts, The Secret Garden, The Miracle Worker, The King and I. The Tempest, and Oliver.