All the world has become a stage for Beloit Memorial senior Emma Corum, in the sense that she feels prepared for each and every role she pursues in college and after.
Rotary Club of Beloit Student of the Week September 2016 Emma’s Turn That is according to Emma’s parents Melissa and Will Corum who say Emma’s Beloit education and school experiences, including the BMHS Theatre Department, are worth a standing ovation. The same was true, she says, for Emma’s older sister, “Our oldest daughter, Megan ‘14, […]
Theatre creates a balance in the arts and that space where anyone can find their place. It can appeal to everybody and anybody, because it involves set construction, art, and science--all the disciplines, really--it is academic and artistic in its nature.
Theatre aids learning Within the classroom, students may learn dates and names of people and places, but it might not stick as well. Theatre allows them to place story next to facts, and they stick. From an educational perspective, then, having a connection to theatre grounds our students and provides meaning to what they are […]
The award-winning Beloit Memorial High School Theatre Department is proud to present Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical production of In the Heights, based on the book by Quiara Alegía Hudes.
Musical performed in the school auditorium March 8, 9, 15, and 16, 7:30 p.m., and March 17, at 2 p.m.
The Beloit Memorial High School Spring Musical, In the Heights, was not only a success in Beloit, but it has been recognized with several “Tommy Awards”, state-level competition for high school musicals.
Awards earned include: Outstanding Choreography – Kari Dray Outstanding Direction – Greg Wallendal Outstanding Ensemble Outstanding Lead Performer – Kolten Bell as Usnavi Outstanding Lead Performer – Rebecca Charles as Nina Outstanding Lighting Design – Ken Macur Outstanding Scenic Design – Kat Tow In addition to the above honors, BMHS alum, Ross Zentner, […]