A Kingdom for a Stage

As a culminating event to our study of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, students in classes’ 6D and 6E presented a smorgasbord of scenes from the play.  Each performance was delicately crafted and meticulously worked on.  The presentations were incredible.  Standing ovations for all.  Very proud of my Elizabethan Players!  ‘A Kingdom for a stage, Princes to act, and Monarchs

Snow Way Out!

On Wednesday, November 27th, the grade 3’s presented their musical “Snow Way Out!”.  Old Man Winter is on his way to the Winter Wonderland Resort up in North Country and Jack and Jackie Frost along with their Frostbites are hoping that he brings the snow with him.  Everyone is longing for snow to partake in

The Our Town Project

Early on Tuesday morning, Crestwood welcomed The Our Town Project to the cafeteria. Grade 9 English students studied Thornton Wilder’s play “Our Town” towards the beginning of the year, and had the opportunity to see the play come to life right here in the school. The play tells the story of the citizens of Grovers

Alice in Wonderland

Thank you to all who came out to support us in this year’s drama performance, “Alice in Wonderland”. Ms. Bryant and Ms. McCourt worked tirelessly with the cast and crew to make this fantastic performance come to life. Special thanks to everyone who dedicated many hours of hard work behind the scenes, particularly: Ms. McFarlane,

Sears Fest

Last Wednesday night marked the first night of the 66th Annual Sears Festival Regional Showcase at Hart House Theatre. Following the showcase, an awards ceremony was held to honour students who exemplified outstanding achievements in secondary school theatre. Congratulations to our three winners who were given this honour for our entry “Nobody Famous” by D.M.

Crestwood presents “Race to Nowhere”

On Monday, February 27th at 7:30 p.m., at Edwards Gardens Botanical Centre, the Crestwood Parents’ Association will be sponsoring a screening of a brilliant documentary entitled “Race to Nowhere”. This film deals with several important issues that all parents and teachers deal with on a daily basis (i.e. how we teach, how we parent, stress,

Alice in Wonderland

This spring, the drama department will be presentating a musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland onstage in the school gymnasium. Plans are well underway — but we would love your help! If you would like to contribute in any way (i.e. set contruction, costuming, hair/makeup) please contact Ms. Nicole Bryant (nicole.bryant@crestwood.on.ca).