Fine arts refers to all the art forms that are developed for creativity, concept, or aesthetics. At Case High School we have many different fine arts programs for the involvement of students as well as many performances and galleries to display their work.
Teacher: Elizabeth Stege
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The Case High School Choir won several awards at the World Strides Heritage Music Festival in New York City. They won two Abjudicator Awards and the Sweepstakes for Choral Program. Three choirs also won gold in their section – Master Singers, Concert Choir, and Vocal Jazz Women’s Choir. Awesome job Case Choir!
- Cantique de Jean Racine - Case High School Concert Choir
- Go Down in the Valley and Pray! - Case High School Concert Choir
- Gershwin For Girls - Case High School Women's Choir
- Choo Choo Chaboogie - Case High School Women's Choir (Part 2)
- Finale B/ Hairspray Medley (Part 1) - Case High School Master Singers
- Finale B/Hairspray Medley (Part 2) - Case High School Master Singers
Advisor: Nancy Gibson
Eagle Theater is an international award-winning program that offers students a wide range of opportunities to explore and learn skills that directly contribute to their future careers.
Day time curriculum and after school clubs and productions offer students a dynamic way to explore themselves and develop the presentation and creative skills that make them valuable employees in any field.
Some of our students who are passionate about theater now work for Google, write for the Netflix show, Arrested Development, manage and act in their own Comedy Club etc. Theater Alumni who now work as teachers, lawyers, engineers, computer programmers and a range of other careers state that the skills they learned in the Eagle Theater program gave them the edge they needed to excel in their current jobs.
In addition to a robust curriculum, we have an International Thespian Troupe (#8259) with the International Thespian Society. This Troupe has travelled and performed in Germany, Atlanta, San Francisco and at the International Thespian Festival at the University of Lincoln, Nebraska. For three years they have taken multiple awards at the Wisconsin State Theater Festival, often with their original musicals.
Our theater developed the Break The Hate Habit workshop that has been presented at all of the above locations in addition to all over the Racine community, in Chicago, Milwaukee, and Kenosha. This workshop is an anti-bullying program that uses interactive theater and team building techniques to reshape community culture.
Case Eagle Theater is the place to be, whether you want to be an actor or someone who is on top of their career path game. Join us! We prepare you for your future!