​Monday Evening Tech Crew

Grades 4 - 12; Mondays from 6:00 - 8:30 PM

Fall: September 8 - December 15 (no class November 24)

Winter/Spring: January 9 - May 22 (no class Jan. 16, Feb. 20, Apr. 10, 17)

$80/month  |  Register Now

Saturday Afternoon Tech Crew

Grades 4 - 12; Saturdays from 12:00 - 2:30 PM
Fall: September 10 - December 17 (no class November 26)

Winter/Spring: January 14 - May 20 (no class April 8 or 15)
$80/month  |  Register Now 

The Fall semester runs from September 8 - December 17
The Winter semester runs from January 14 - May 20

We welcome tech crew members at any point during our fall or winter/spring semesters.  Questions?  E-mail Us!

During the summer, please check out our Tech Crew Intensive Camp!

Read about Policies and Financial Aid


The Tech Crew is open to all interested students grades 4-12 in school or homeschooled.  The only prerequisite is a desire to learn, explore, meet new people, and collaborate!  All students in the tech crew will explore and work on all technical areas of theatre, and will get to choose their focus in working on the final productions. 


Welcoming students with interests in any area of technical theatre theatre - the Tech Crew provides all students with an opportunity to contribute to theatre together through exploration, creativity, and collaboration.  Designed to be an immersive, hands-on technical theatre arts education program, led by a team of area arts professionals, this group of students will meet regularly to learn about all aspects of Technical Theatre and create the technical side of The Highwood Theatre's Mainstage Season of student and professional productions.  Students will have the opportunity to work on all aspects of technical theatre, and will get to choose their focus area to work on for each production (set, props, costumes, lighting, sound).  Tech Crew members will be consistently challenged and inspired to take risks, do their best, and develop as confident collaborators and creators.


The Tech Crew members can choose to come one or two days per week. Additional times are required for students who choose to run tech for performances (encouraged, but not required).

Design Areas

Set Design and Construction: create initial set drawings and diagrams, create detailed sketches and construction plans with dimensions, then help build and finish your set!

Prop and Costume Design: create initial prop/costume lists, research methods of obtaining or building props/costumes, then construct and finish your new prop/costume pieces!

Sound Design: create plans for speaker/microphone layout and design, find and edit sound effects, connect sound equipment and program the digital sound board, then control your own sound design!

Lighting Design: create plans for hanging/wiring lighting fixtures, assign DMX addresses and implement your lighting design, program lighting fixtures and create light cues through the digital lighting system, then watch your lighting design take shape!

We welcome tech crew members at any point during our fall or winter/spring semesters.  Questions?  E-mail Us!

Tech Crew