2017 Spring Musical - GUYS and DOLLS
Our spring musical will be the Tony Award winning, GUYS and DOLLS. Shows on Thursday, March 30 to Saturday, April 1 at 7:30 pm and a 2 pm matinee on Sunday, April 2.
2016 Fall Play - She Kills Monsters
SHE KILLS MONSTERS - a lively action-packed anti-bullying play which travels back and forth from reality to fantasy as a sister discovers her deceased sibling through acting out her Dungeons and Dragons module. Our twenty cast members are having a lot of fun discovering the fantasy and real-life monsters and learning how to fight them.
2016 Spring Musical - Once Upon a Mattress
True love, sword fights, tales of life in the swamp, and unexpected twists turn this production based on the story of the Princess and the Pea into a lively musical comedy for all ages.
2015 Fall Play - Truth and Consequences
“Truth and Consequences” is a combination of two short plays being presented by San Rafael High School on November 12, 13, and 14 at 7:30 and November 15th at 2:00. The first play is based on the infamous short story by Shirley Jackson, “The Lottery,” that caused a sensation when it was published in 1948 and shows the consequences of unquestioned tradition. The second is “Twelve Angry Jurors” by Reginald Rose and is a powerful study of a jury deliberating a death penalty case.
Although the original play (a live television special then called “Twelve Angry Men”) was first produced in 1954, it is still relevant today because the subject is racial prejudice and the jury system. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has said that seeing Twelve Angry Men while she was in college influenced her decision to pursue a career in law. She was particularly inspired by immigrant Juror 11’s monologue on his reverence for the American justice system.
2015 Spring Musical - Bye Bye Birdie
Join us and our SRHS cast of 45 for this rollicking musical about parents and teens in the good old 1950s when wearing poodle skirts and pony tails were the fad and communication was by phones that had to be dialed since cell phones and computers hadn't been invented.
Teen idol Conrad Birdie (Elvis) has been drafted into the army; thousands of teens protest, but one lucky girl gets to kiss him goodbye on national television on the Ed Sullivan Show! Filled with fun and interesting characters, physical comedy, dancing and song, Bye Bye Birdie has something for everyone.