Theater

“We use a mirror to see our face and the arts to see our soul.”
George Bernard Shaw

Theatre, a performing art that explores and enacts the imagined or actual world
of the human experience, is one of the primary ways children learn about life, about
actions and consequences, about customs and beliefs, about others and themselves.

All students can benefit from the theatre experience, which encourages them to

develop both internal and external resources. The study and practice of theatre are
ways of expanding knowledge and skills, a means of personal expression and delight,
and a vehicle to explore art as an essential part of daily life.
Oaklawn students are given the opportunity to perform in a major production each year.
This year students will perform the Broadway Jr. Production of “Seussical”.
Past productions include:
Annie
High School Musical
Beauty and the Beast
School House Rocks
Cinderella
Alice in Wonderland
Willie Wonka
Honk
Flat Stanley
The Little Mermaid