Theatre Arts at Grace is a highly competitive and award-winning program. Students of every age and interest level are encouraged to come and see why the Theatre Arts department is one of the most thrilling programs on any campus!
Over the years, the Grace Theatre Arts program has produced some of the most engaging productions in Ventura County. Each academic year Grace's theatre department has seen major nominations from the Jerry Herman and National Youth Awards for the Theatre Arts program. From fall plays to spring musicals, theatre camps, workshops, and classes, there is always something happening on any of the Grace campuses.
Recent High School productions include “Newsies," "Our Town" and "Fiddler on the Roof."
Elementary productions in the fall offer special opportunities for students to gain theatrical experience, with recent productions of "The Lion King" and "Frozen Jr." delighting audiences of all ages.
Here at Grace, we encourage our students to develop as artists, as well as men and women of God. We want our students to be able to find their voice so that they can impact society through ministry.
-Christi Ebenhoch, Fine Arts Chair
The Grace Arts Program has taught me what it means to be part of a family. No one but your family would understand the chaos and exhilaration of tech week. As a group, a cast, and a family, we work together to support one another lifting each other up, and as a result, we grow together in our talents but also in our life long bond. - Rowan Gillette, Class of 2020
October 26-28 "Hound of baskervilles - hs play
november 8-9 "THE JUNGLE BOOK" - 3rd - 6th Grades
february 29-March 2 "godspell" - hs musical
- Newsies (Spring 2023)
- Our Town (Fall 2022)
- Bright Star (Spring 2022)
- Sense and Sensibility (Fall 2021)
- Fiddler on the Roof (Spring 2020)
- You're a Good Man Charlie Brown (2019)
- Beauty and the Beast (Spring 2018)
- White Christmas (Fall 2017)
- Godspell (Spring 2017)
- The Crucible (Fall 2016)
- Guys and Dolls (Spring 2016)
- The Little Mermaid (Fall 2016, Elementary)
- Les Misérables (Spring 2014)
- Christi Ebenhoch, Educator of the Year