Theatre Dept./ PH Players
Welcome to the Patrick Henry High School Theatre Department, commonly known as the PH Players. We are very excited about the upcoming 2016-17 school year and theatre season:

September 5: "Lovely Night" at Starcropolis

October : "An Endangered Species: Waking Up," a one-act play the Theatre III/IV class will perform at the Virginia Theatre Association Annual Conference on October 27 at the Norfolk Marriott. A public performance at PH will take place on Monday, Oct. 24, at 7:30.

November 4, 5, 11, and 12: A Midsummer Night's Dream

March 3, 4, 10, and 11: In the Heights

This Year's Officers:
President - Callie Garst 
Vice- president - Jay Guerrant
Secretary - James Milam
Treasurer - Scarlett Stevens

Previous Years' Productions:

2015-16: Stardust, Guys and Dolls
2014-15: Pride and Prejudice, The Halstead Girls#, Legally Blonde
2013-14: Twelve Angry Jurors, Competition Piece, The Misanthrope, Spamalot
2012-13: Midsummer/Jersey, Les Miserables
2011-12: Noises Off!, The Sound and the Fury, West Side Story
2010-11: 1984, Six Days to Melissa, Grease
2009-10: Macbeth, A Midsummer Night's Dream (one-act), Rent
2008-09: The Dining Room, Twelve Angry Men
2007-08: Fame*, Spring Play Festival
2006-07: As You Like It**, Opened Mail@
2005-06: Stage Door***, Women of Troy, Garage Theatre + 
2004-05: The Odd Couple (male & female versions) The Enchanted, Spring Play Festival ++
2003-04: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Endangered Species, Bye Bye Birdie
2002-03: Dracula, The Glass Menagerie
2001-02: The Mouse That Roared, Spring Play Festival
2000-01: Welcome to the Monkey House, The Insanity of Mary Girard, Agnes of God 
1999-00: Once in a Lifetime, Competition Piece, The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
1998-09: Ten Little Indians, Four Little Words, Lake Texoma##

#written by Anne Peyton Brothers, directed by Ray Johnson and Lindsay Talbott
*first play in the new auditorium
** performed at Woodrow Wilson Middle School (during new school construction)
***performed at Virginia Western Community College
@performed at the Dumas Center
+ performed at the Campbell Ave. parking garage downtown
++(Alisha Richardson's original "Smart Kid Snaps" is the final play performed in Clara Black Auditorium)
##book, music, and lyrics written by John Bryant