How it works:
Preliminary consultation: you tell us about your show, your vision, and your needs, as well as give us a tour of the space you plan to use for the performance
Design period: either based on lists you give us, or what we create from the script, we’ll send you a proposal to make sure you’re completely satisfied
Rehearsal visit: during or after the design period, we’ll watch a rehearsal for your show to help us determine your exact needs and what will work best for your show, your students, and your space
Implementation: depending on your needs, we’ll either build/implement the design for your show (from the construction at our workspace to getting it up and running in yours) or we’ll work with your students to build/create the design elementPerformances: depending on the scope of work, we can be onsite for tech rehearsals and/or performances to make sure everything goes smoothly; we can even provide technicians to run tech for shows or train your students to do it
What we offer:
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Over the past three years, Highwood at School has built a solid reputation for providing high-quality, affordable theatre and arts programs to dozens of local public and private schools, customized to fit each individual school’s needs. From one time workshops, ongoing classes, and production assistance, to our TheatreFIT curriculum, we are your one-stop shop anytime you need an extra set of hands or enrichment programs for your arts programs.
In 2015, we expanded our offerings to include full service assistance for any of your technical theatre needs. From lighting and sound design, to set construction, technical implementation, and props, our theatre professionals and students are ready to work within your budget and bring your productions to the next level.
A few reasons to consider Highwood:
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The Highwood Theatre is supported in part by funding from the Montgomery County government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, the S. Kann Sons Company Foundation, the William and Karen Tell Foundation, the Robert N. Alfandre Foundation, Wenger Corporation, and West Wing Writers.