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HHS Pride Productions

Summer Camps & After School Activities

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Forensics Club

Forensics is a competitive event sponsored by VHSL in which students perform speeches or dramatic interpretations of literature. The VHSL State Forensics Meet is an annual competition that brings together the best high school forensic competitors from across Virginia. To qualify for State, students must place in the top 3 in their category at a Local level competition, then place in the top 3 in their category at the Regional level competition.


Virginia High School League (VHSL) is an organization that promotes education, leadership, sportsmanship, character, and citizenship for students by establishing and maintaining high standards for school activities and competitions. They hold clinics and competitions for sports, theatre, forensics, and print publications. To learn more about VHSL Forensics, visit Forensics - VHSL


Club Dates and Times will be announced soon!


Contact the Theatre Director for more details on how you can become a Captain of a Club next season.


2023 - 2024 Captains: Marissa Incatasciato & Mikayla Fordyce

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Improv Club

Improv is a term that refers to improvisation, which is a form of live theater where the performers make up the dialogue, story, and characters on the spot. It is often used in comedy, but it can also be used in drama and other genres. 


In improv, the performers must be quick-witted and creative to keep the story moving forward. They must listen carefully to their fellow performers and respond in a way that advances the plot. The goal is to create a cohesive story that is entertaining and engaging for the audience.


Club Dates and Times will be announced soon!


Contact the Theatre Director for more details on how you can become a Captain of a Club next season.


2023-2024 Captains: Siren Greenough, Landon Regner, Trent Chemezov and Ridgely Robinson

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Cappies Critics

The Critics and Awards Program for High School Students (Cappies) is an international program that recognizes, celebrates and provides learning experiences for high school theater and journalism students and teenage playwrights. The program operates in 13 regions across the United States and Canada with each region consisting of 5 to 55 participating high schools (Heritage belongs to the Blue Ridge Cappies). 


Within each region, every participating high school selects three to nine students for a critic team. These teams are selected through an application process at the end of the previous school year. After receiving training in theater criticism and review writing, they attend plays and musicals at other high schools in their area. They write reviews (of roughly 400 words) on deadline. They are assisted by volunteer teacher-mentors who lead discussions and select the critic-written reviews that are later published by area newspapers with student bylines. 


To learn more about the Cappies, visit The Cappies > Home


Scheduled activities will be announced to those that made the critics team this year.


Contact the Theatre Director for more details about becoming a critic next season. 


2023-2024 Cappies Critic Lead: Zoe Korff

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International Thespian Society Membership

(International Thespian Society Troupe 6743)

The International Thespian Society (ITS) is an honor society for high school and middle school theatre students. It is a division of the Educational Theatre Association. Thespian troupes serve students in grades 9-12. Festivals are held annually at the state and national levels where students can compete for recognition and awards.


To be eligible for lifetime Thespian membership, students in grades nine through twelve must attend a school with an active Thespian troupe and complete a sufficient quantity and quality of work in theatre arts. A one-time induction fee is required, and troupes may assess additional participation fees at their discretion. Thespians may earn additional honors for work done after induction. Most Thespian benefits last through grade twelve. Graduated members become Thespian alumni.


Contact the Theatre Director for more details on membership qualification and competition activities - or visit the ITS website at International Thespian Society - Educational Theatre Association (schooltheatre.org).

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Rising Stars Summer Camp

HHS Pride Productions is honored to host the Rising Stars Theatre Camp for all middle school students who have a love of theatre. This two-week immersive camp will teach your child the ins and outs of what goes into theatre productions at the high school level. They will have an opportunity to learn:

  • The art of auditions
  • Stage performing techniques
  • Backstage tasks such as lighting, set and sound
  • Costume and make-up
  • Choreography and movement


Heritage High School students will have the opportunity to volunteer to assist with all aspects of the summer camp production experience as student mentors. Anyone interested in volunteering for the 2024 Season should contact the Theatre Director.


Cost: $500 (for 2 weeks)

2024 Dates: TBD


Shows are open to the public. Tickets are $5/pp.

Concessions sold the night of the show.


All proceeds go to fund HHS Pride Productions shows and enrichment activities.

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