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Performing Arts

Belmont Hill thespians have entertained the community with a wide range of productions through the years. From intense dramas such as "A Raisin in the Sun," to laugh-out-loud comedies like "15 Reasons Not to be in a Play," to rollicking musicals such as "Lion King Jr." to engaging mysteries like "Murder in the Knife Room," to classics like "Antigone," Belmont Hill boys have ample opportunities to demonstrate their theatrical talents, joined by girls from Winsor and Dana Hall.

Highlights of Past Productions

"Little Shop of Horrors" - Spring 2019

"Private Lives" - Winter 2019

"The Odyssey" - May 2018

"God of Carnage" - March 2018

"A Raisin in the Sun" - February 2018

Performing Arts

Performing Arts News

Belmont Hill and Winsor present “Private Lives” on Stage

On February 8 and 9, Belmont Hill’s Kraft Theater was transformed into a French backdrop for two honeymooning couples in a production of Noel Coward’s Private Lives. In the play, we see a divorced couple who, despite a perpetually stormy relationship, realize that they still have feelings for each other. The production, presented in three acts, featured three Belmont Hill actors and two Winsor actors, with direction by Matthew Conway.

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