HOMESTAKE PEAK SCHOOL
PERFORMANCE DATES: TBD
LOCATION: HPS AUDITORIUM
PERFORMANCE DATES: TBD
LOCATION: HPS AUDITORIUM
ABOUT HPS DRAMA
Homestake Peak School’s Drama Club includes students that attend HPS from 3rd grade through 8th grade. In year’s past, the drama club would perform in the Fall (upper school) and in the Spring (lower school). The 2018-2019 school year combined the performance into one all school (3rd-8th), mega production – The Lion King – and it was a HUGE success. It was such a success, that the school had over 75 students audition for the 2019-2020 production of Shrek Jr., The Musical, which was also a huge success. Due to the pandemic, HPS Drama Club, once again split the school peformances in two, in 2020-2021 where the lower school delivered the best rendition of 101 Dalmatians Jr., while the upper school made the Vail Valley Hills come alive with The Sound of Music.
This year will be no different with two incredible performances. Upper school’s performance will be High School Musical, One Act Edition (Grades 6-8) and Lower school’s performance will be Disney’s Frozen Jr. (Grades 3-5)
COMING UP NEXT...
Thursday, 12/2 – 3:15 – 4:30pm: Student Meet and Greet & Audition Clinic (Peak Auditorium)
Thursday, 12/2 – 7pm: Parent Informational Zoom Meeting (zoom link to follow)
Monday, December 6th & Tuesday, December 7th – 3:15-5:30pm: AUDITIONS (Peak Auditorium)
Wednesday, December 8th & Thursday, December 9th: CALL BACKS by invitation only (Peak Auditorium)
Sunday, December 12 – 3:30-5:45pm: CASTING DAY & ALL FEES DUE (click here to pay online) (Peak Auditorium)
To view all important dates, events and rehearsals go to the performers page or the following Google Calendar
HPS Drama Club Mission & Vision
We are crew, not passengers. We think, care and act in service of others.
We embrace the Outward Bound philosophy which was passed down to us by Kurt Hahn, an extraordinary educator and philosopher who used the expression “We are crew, not passengers” to capture the ideal participant role required of each of us. He used the metaphor of a ship’s community working toward a common goal, with each person playing an important role.
From Our Principal
” Drama has always had a special place in my heart as the stage was a place that allowed me to express my own creativity and find a connection with others. I was excited to hear about the HPS Drama program and after witnessing last year’s production, it did not disappoint. In fact, the quality and craftsmanship on display was spectacular. The teamwork of “big kids” working with “little kids” together was a unifying event that really brought our full school community together. It takes a lot of volunteers to produce such a high-quality production and we are grateful for any help. HPS can hardly wait to see what this year’s production will bring and it will be an event that folks will not want to miss. See you at the show! “
– Stephanie Gallegos
Our Drama Club Board
Meet Those Who Make it Happen
Sandy Apps : Director – Upper School
Debra Swain: Director – Lower School
2019 Shrek Jr. Performance
2018 The Lion King Performance
We actively engage our community of learners through the implementation of both Rigorous Curriculum Design and Expeditionary Learning to empower CITIZEN SCHOLARS. We nurture character development in the areas of PERSEVERANCE, EXCELLENCE, ACCOUNTABILITY, and KINDNESS.
HPS Drama Code of Conduct
Participating in the school play is a privilege and not a right. I understand that I must conduct myself in accordance with the HPS PEAK/SOAR Traits and Behavior Policy, that I must respect other cast members, crew, staff,parent volunteers and Drama Club/HPS equipment and property… [Click Here to Read More]
HPS Drama History
HPS Drama Technology
Our News & Announcements
Homestake Peak School's Drama Club has just launched a website that will make it easy for students to find and print out their scripts, see their schedule, learn the show tunes; keep parents informed of special announcements; make it simple for family members to...
Days 'til Performance
Faculty & Volunteers
The Homestake Peak School’s Drama Club acknowledges its ethical and statutory responsibility to afford equal treatment and equal opportunity to all persons, and thus complies with all applicable laws and directives which promulgate non-discrimination and equality of opportunity.
In keeping with the spirit and letter of the law, the HPS Drama Club prohibits discrimination against its employees, students, and applicants based on race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, creed, age, national origin or ancestry, sexual orientation, disability or different ability, marital status, parental status, pregnancy, military status, political activities/affiliations, or other impermissible reason; sexual harassment is also prohibited.