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The Theatre Arts program at Holliston High School presents an opportunity for the student of the theatre, as well as the novice, to learn and appreciate the elements of theatre as both a performer and as a supporter of the art. Students will investigate theatre through experiences in performance, evaluation, study and theatre exercises. The students will develop their emotional and sensory awareness and better appreciate the commitment and discipline necessary for the expression of this art form. Students will be continuously challenged to participate as active learners and critical thinkers, while being prepared to realize their maximum potential as contributing members of the community.

Theatre 370, the extra curricular drama program also produces four main stage productions each year including a fall musical, a state festival play (student-scripted), student and alumni directed one acts, and a spring play. The mission of Theatre 370 is to provide professional quality output for the learning and advancement of high school theatre arts.

THEATRE 370 is happy to announce its Spring Black Box play, the comedy hit,


Come on out for this hilarious British farce about a theatre company whose backstage antics keep creeping onto the stage!

  • Auditions: March 12th, after school in the theatre
  • Callbacks: March 13th, after school in the theatre
Auditions will consist of readings from the play. All parts are open.

For all the info on the play and the characters, see the attached document.
Ready to audition? Print and fill out the attached audition form and bring it with you on Monday!

Got questions? Ask a Student Producer! Amanda Willis, Larsen Berg, Julia Giusti-Kizik, and Sophie Campbell. Or contact the director, Ms. Courtney Bottomley

>> Play Info
>> Audition Form


    Courtney Bottomley, Director
    Holliston High School Theatre Arts
    370 Hollis St.
    Holliston, MA 01746
    508-429-0677 x5107