Redmond High School
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Welcome to the Drama department for Redmond High School, located in Redmond, Washington. We are Troupe 5117 of the International Thespian Society. We produce 3 main stage productions each year, including a play, a musical, and a festival of student-written work. Students participate both on stage as performers and off stage as technicians.
Congratulations Troupe 5117! Redmond High School earned the title of Gold Status Thespian Troupe for 2021-2022!
coming march 3-4 & March 10-11
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new drama teacher
Mr. Garth Ball
I'm a theatre director/educator and I'm absolutely thrilled to be joining the thriving drama community at Redmond High School! I've spent the past several years teaching theatre, film, and language arts at Risdon Middle School while freelancing in the evenings. Some of my favorite projects include directing Comedy of Errors at Seattle Lutheran High School, sound design for The Learned Ladies at UW, composing original music for Eurydice at Seattle U, lighting design for Frozen JR. with Youth Theatre Northwest, and directing Songs for a New World at Lindbergh High School.
This summer I also had a blast playing Nick Bottom in an outdoor production of A Midsummer Night's Dream with Emerald Theatre! I also dabble in film directing and editing, mostly in the horror genre--one film I directed, Somnambulant, was part of the Seattle 48 Hour Film Horror Project.
When I'm not onstage, backstage, or in the classroom, some of my hobbies include reading, jamming on my electric piano, riding my bike, and playing/dungeon-mastering D&D!
Peer into Our Past RHS Drama has been making great theatre with great people for a long time. Check out the Our History page! What shows has RHS Drama produced through the years? Which of our shows received 5th Avenue Award nominations? Which students served as leaders in the department? What are our alumni up to?
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