There is always an escape from work, teachers, and tests in the Langley High School Theatre Arts program. Whether it is in drama class or on the Saxon Stage there are numerous activities open for all Langley students to participate in.
After a couple weeks into the school year, students are already auditioning for the fall play or the school musical. This year students' spirits are flying over the fall production "Peter Pan." From Children's Theatre to Student-Directed One Acts, students take the lead role in the production process. Students perform for the school and for the community. Not only does Langley put on shows after school, but in-school productions such as "Brown Bag Theatre" and the "Retro Coffee House" are also forms of entertainment, where students perform for their teachers and friends during lunch.
Students have the opportunity to perform in the local community and around the globe. Thespians Honor Society members participate in theatre festivals and statewide competitions. Trips are even made to the Kennedy Center, and New York City, not to mention the all time movie capital of the world, Hollywood, and the Shakespeare Globe Theatre; where it all began.
Although this may sound a bit cliché, the Saxon Stage is our home away from home.