WARREN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS
WCSPA is an award winning,
nationally recognized program, specializing in all aspects of theatre
performance and production. Classes involve a daily, two-hour, in depth
study program set in a professional working environment. All classes are
offered as a part of regular high school curriculum and are open to students
from three WCS high schools as well as a school of choice for students
outside of the district. From dance, design, and dramatic criticism to stage
combat, Shakespeare and sound effects, students receive a complete theatre
experience. In addition to daily classes with the assigned teaching staff,
students are also exposed to visiting professionals, guest faculty,
university workshops, field trips, theatre organizations and scholarship
together, students and staff produce four major productions each year. Each
are performed in the district's 800 seat Performing Arts Center. In addition
to the four major plays and musical performances, students also experiment
with smaller production and original pieces in our 100 seat studio space.
There are limited amount of new
openings each year. Admission is based on an application and an audition in
the spring of the year prior to admittance. Admissions information and
applications will be available at middle school counseling centers in early
March. WCSPA is also a school-of-choice option for students living outside
of the District.
For additional audition information
including applications and our brochure, click on our 'Admissions'
WCSPA Office @ (586) 825-2525.