Valor’s Theatre program blends a variety of daily course offerings and after-school production opportunities to create a dynamic, extensive program.
Every student is welcome to explore and develop their theatre skills. Or, for greater depth, consider our Performing Arts Conservatory opportunities.
Episode Three of a series that will follow the cast and crew members through the creation of the Valor Arts Spring musical, Mary Poppins! In this segment, producer Jacob Smith, gives us a close up look at the soloists. Tickets for Mary Poppins are now available and can be purchased HERE More behind the scenes […]
On December 3rd, 2015, thirty-five Valor students participated in the 51st annual Colorado Thespian Conference. Held in the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver, the conference is a three-day opportunity for students to attend workshops, see the best high school performances in the state, and compete in individual events. Superb competitors in the individual events […]
New graduate, Mason Aksamit, has had a lot to celebrate recently. He was awarded his Valor Christian High School diploma, celebrated his eighteenth birthday and was honored to receive the Denver Center for Performing Arts Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Colorado High School Musical. The award was presented to Mason for his role […]
Senior Justin Kedl has made a big splash in Valor Arts+Media, being a creative force and student leader in both the visual and performing arts, and earning an Elly award for his talent and leadership. His years of art adventures in childhood and through high school include drawing and painting, theatre, mask making, video, sculpture, puppet making, animation and […]
2015 Bobby G Nominations are in and Valor students have been nominated is several categories. Read more about it here from the Denver Center for Performing Arts. *In order to click the above link you must first click the title of the this article and then the link will be live in the actual post.