NOW PLAYING: INTO THE WOODS
What is BHSDC Theatre all about?
We are a team of dedicated thinkers, feelers, authors, actors, builders, artists, directors and creators.
We are raw and powerful. Polished and beautiful. We are theatre for you and theatre for us. Join us.
Lights. Camera. Action.
Whether it’s a Broadway musical, a poignant piece of history or the Annual Haunted House. BHSDC goes all out, every time, giving everything they’ve got. Click around to see more of our current and past works and spread the theatre love to all…
Fall shows always bring something new to the stage…a classic piece here, a topical piece there and ever an opportunity for students to kick off the school year with their talent.
Every year begins with a challenging musical classic performed at BHS! Singing on stage adds a new level to theatre and BHSDC knocks it out of the park each year with its musical talents!
Ten Minute Play Festival
BHSDC challenges our team to write, direct, cast, set and successfully execute a meaningful message each year in the Ten Minute Play Festival.
Recent Performances & Initiatives
2016-2017 Open Rehearsal Times
BHSDC holds open rehearsals periodically so everyone has an opportunity to see what it’s like leading up to all of those performances. See Mr. Billard for Open Rehearsal dates.
What happens in Bondville…doesn’t happen anyone else…WE HOPE! Experience the Annual Fall Haunted House at BHS. Bring your family, friends or anyone you want to scare the bejeezers out of! Not so scary path available upon request.
BHSDC In the News
Our performances are well known for their professional production as well as their important topics and messages.We appreciate the local coverage by the press in helping spread the good work of theatre, by us and all of the dedicated artists everywhere.
“Hatred will not have the last word in Lockerbie.”
Barnstable High School Drama Club performed The Women of Lockerbie in December of 2016, # years after the tragedy struck the little town in Scotland and echoed around the world. The performance showed the real experiences of the people involved in the tragedy and conveyed the message of healing and love winning through it all. BHSDC sent a book of comments from the audience to the national museum exhibit dedicated to the families and their healing.