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The theatre was created to tell people the truth about life and the social situation. - Stella Adler

2024 Spring Musical Information

"Jekyll & Hyde" by Frank Wildhorn, Leslie Bricusse, and Steve Cuden

March 15, 16, 22, 23 - 7pm; March 17 & 24 - 2p

Show synopsis: In this musical adaptation of the Robert Louis Stevenson novel, a London doctor accidentally unleashes his evil alternate personality in his quest to cure his father's mental illness. After promising results based on trials conducted on animals, Dr. Jekyll is thwarted by the hospital governing body. He takes matters into his own hands using himself as his own test subject, with disastrous results. 

** Due mature themes, this show is rated PG-13 and is suitable for middle school age and up.

Click on the link below to purchase your tickets for Jekyll & Hyde. The price per ticket is $12.00 for Calvert Hall students and $15.00 for general admission.
During the Spring of 2023, the Calvert Hall Playhouse presented The Addams Family. Fox 45 visited to interview members of the cast, crew, and pit. 

Behind The Scenes

Becoming An Addams

In The Pit

The Calvert Hall Theatre Department is a dynamic and engaging program that trains our students in all aspects of this exciting and collaborative art form. From acting, singing and dancing to set design, construction, lighting and sound, Calvert Hall students learn and develop valuable skills that benefit themselves and their community.

Calvert Hall Theatre is a “hands on” immersive program. Our students joined by girls from other area high schools produce and perform plays and musicals of the highest quality in our state-of-the-art 1,300 seat theater.

For more information about the Theatre Program contact Tracy Carroll at carrollt@calverthall.com

Theatre Faculty

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    Tracy Carroll 

    Westminster College - B.A.