Past Productions

Radnor High School choral and dramatic arts productions are widely respected for both their quality and for the degree to which students are encouraged to see performance as an artform they can develop throughout their lives.  Students act, sing, play instruments, build sets, sew costumes and manage stage spaces with an eye toward how such activities can be rewarding sources of growth and personal satisfaction for years to come.

Here’s a list of past Musical Theater and Radnor Actors’ Workshop productions. 

RHS Musical Theater

2016: "THE MUSIC MAN" SEE THE MUSIC MAN PHOTOS

2015: "The Sound of Music" see Sound of Music Photos

2014: “Peter Pan” See Peter Pan Photos

2013:  “Grease”  see Grease photos

2012:  “Once Upon A Mattress” See Once upon a Mattress photos

2011:  “Seussical”  see Seussical photos

2010:  “Beauty & The Beast” see Beauty & The Beast photos

2009: “Hello, Dolly!”

2008: “Les Miserables”

2007: “Fiddler On The Roof”

2006: “West Side Story”

2005: “Guys & Dolls”

2004: “Oklahoma!”

2003: “Into the Woods”

2002: “H.M.S. Pinafore”

2001: “Annie Get Your Gun”

 

Radnor Actors’Workshop (raw)

RAW produces dramatic works through the theater curriculum.  Here are the last ten years’ worth of productions:

2010: The Conference of the Birds by Peter Brook, based on a 14th century Persian poem

2009: The Uninvited – a mystery based on the novel by Dorothy Macardle

2009: Twain by the Tale – anthology of the works of Mark Twain

2008: Scapin – a classic farce by Bill Irwin

2008: Kabuki Lady Macbeth by Karen Sunde (Kabuki theatre story of Macbeth)

2007: Pride and Prejudice – by Jon Jory, based on the Jane Austen novel

2007: The Snow Queen – adaptation of the Hans Christian Anderson story

2006: Inherit the Wind – based on the Scopes trial, written by Lawrence and Lee

2006: The Spiral Staircase - an English murder mystery

2005: Lovers and Madmen – a Shakespearean anthology about love, by Brian Morgan

2005: Dark of the Moon – Appalachian tale based on the folk song by Barbara Allen

2004: The Matchmaker by Thornton Wilder (the play that became Hello Dolly)

2003: Fools by Neil Simon, a farce set in mythical Russian village

2003: Armed Hostilities – a history of warfare, compiled by Mary Anne Morgan

2002: Dracula

2002: The Foreigner

2001: Spoon River Anthology – an anthology of the poems of Edgar Lee Masters

2001: Just a Local Revolution – a play about the Revolutionary War by Richard Duprey (founder of the Villanova Theatre program)

2000: Private Lives by Noel Coward , a witty and stylish play about two married couples

2000: Lovers by Brian Friel consists of two separate plays set in Ireland, one about young lovers the other much older lovers