Your Stage Awaits
Here at Knox, we want to cultivate the talents of our young artists by providing them a stage and a classroom to rehearse, perform, and play. Our students have the opportunity to not only perform in plays, musicals, and concerts, but to take specialized classes in acting, music, stagecraft, playmaking, digital film, and more. Our program aims to grow our students love of performing and help our students find their unique voice by creating work that captivates our community here beside the shore
Choir students attend a concert performed by VOCE, a professional choir based in Hartford, Connecticut. The concert, featuring the music of contemporary composer Paul Mealor, was performed at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Click here to learn more about other Arts Adventures.
Students perform at our Coffee House in recognition of World AIDS Day. Click here to learn more about the event.
Stagecraft students learn to bring furniture and props into the world of the play, in addition to developing their knowledge of set construction and lighting execution.
Dance students rehearse their interpretation of the song "Glory" from the film Selma. The students presented their moving tribute in our winter trimester recital in February 2016 as part of Black History Month.
Students perform Kiss Me, Kate on the stage of the Wm. Turner Shoemaker Theater. Click here to learn more about our theatre program.