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Lycée Theatre


Lycée Theatre is divided into two sections:  acting/performing and technical theatre.


Students who join the lycée production do not need to be experienced actors. They are required, however, to be enthusiastic and must above all be capable of co-operating and working as part of a team. Students will acquire voice and movement skills and will experiment with different theatrical techniques. An audition is generally required.



A scene from the 2009 production of Hamlet


The group works towards a public performance and this usually takes the form of a scripted play, either by a known writer or devised by the group members.


The 2007 production of Pygmalion


Members of the technical team (Tech Crew) focus on lighting design and operation, set design and construction, sound, publicity, stage management, costume design and make-up. Students usually choose an area that interests them but may at times have to take on a variety of tasks.


Tech Crew members work closely alongside the actors as they prepare for a show. During these busy moments, everyone will need to put in more hours. In general, students can either be part of a particular performance or technical project for a term, or carry on throughout the academic year.


Tech Crew students are also involved with the primary and collège performances. Therefore, Tech Crew can be open to interested and mature collège students.


 A great deal of commitment is required of our theatre students and a lot of enjoyment can be had as well!








Recent productions and some pictures:

2010 -

"Animal farm", by Goerge Orwell.

see picture here



2009 -


-"Hamlet" by 

 Shakespeare - see picture here


-"A Christmas Carol"

 an adaptation of

 Dickens' novel- see a picture here


2008 "Dracula" an

adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel


2007 "Pygmalion" by G.B.Shaw


2006 -


-"Medea" by Euripides- see pictures here and here


-"Inherit the Wind" by Jerome Lawrence and Robert Edward Lee -see a picture here


2005 "The Importance of being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde- click here for a picture


2004 "Blood Wedding"

by Federico Garcia

Lorca- see a picture here


2003 "The Secret

Garden" by Marsha

Norman with music by

Lucy Simon

2002 "David and

Fatima" by Patricia Van

de Velde (ex student)


2001 "Antigone" by

Jean Anouilh

(performed in French)


2001 "Cinderella" a

devised performance

with songs - see picture here


2000 "The Crucible"

by Arthur Miller





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