Our Valor film students hit the Big Apple the first weekend of October for the annual All American High School Film Festival! Ryan Russo’s Kalos film entry Tun Fur Andere — Do Unto Others — was one of the finalists, so he and his cast members attended the award ceremony at The King’s Theatre in […]
Video by Elleon Dobias
Noah Osborne is currently a sophomore in Valor Voice and Valor’s Conservatory for musical theatre. You can always find him on stage performing with the biggest smile on his face. In fact, come to think of it, Noah never fails to wear a smile. While he was interviewed, every word he spoke was said so […]
Kurt Muenstermann was named the 2016 Colorado High School Theatre Educator of the Year by the Colorado Thespians. Kurt was nominated two years ago by a group of parents, led by Sara Goodyear, who deeply value all that Kurt has poured into their kids’ lives—Colorado Thespians held over the nomination for consideration for 2015-2016.
Earlier this year, Senior Kendra Knapp submitted her original one-act play, Sonder, to the Regional High School Playwriting Competition hosted by the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA). She beat out 212 other submissions to take the top spot in the state. “Sonder is a play about technology and how technology changes the way we […]
Two students from this spring’s production of Mary Poppins have been nominated by the Bobby G Committee for excellence in musical theatre. The Bobby G Awards are named after Broadway touring pioneer Robert Garner. They recognize and celebrate the best of Colorado’s high school musical theatre by sending professional theatre experts to adjudicate shows all over the state. […]
The Technical Theater class works behind the scenes and as a result, doesn’t receive much recognition. Students work on a variety of high stress projects that never cease to amaze their audiences. Initially, the class learned the safety and techniques required to work in Stagecraft and studied professional techniques of building and painting sets. In […]
We hope you enjoy the final of a five-series documentary by video student Jake Smith, chronicling the behind-the-scenes flurry leading up to the opening night of Mary Poppins. Thank you Jake!