Welcome to Northwest Little Theatre!
Founded in the 2020-2021 school year, NW Little Theatre evolved in the spring of 2022. Our first musical production, Grease, was shared with our community, bringing live theatre to our school. Following the 2021-2022 school year, NW Little Theatre continued to provide performance opportunities with our 2022 fall production of Our Town, and spring production of Footloose. Our third season has began and we are in rehearsals for Into the Woods JR opening February 1-3, 2024. Following our winter musical production, our spring musical production 13 the musical will be held April 25-27. NW Little theatre is committed to providing performance opportunities to all students attending Northwest Middle School.
Theatre Arts class is an introduction to theatre as an art form Icebreakers/theatre introduction, Improvisation/Pantomime, Theatre History, and Acting techniques. Students participate in creative dramatics, and beginning scene work is used to introduce students to acting and character development. Theatre arts largely focus on script analysis, performance, historical and cultural connections, and acting in groups/directing.
Important reminders and updates are sent via Remind, including important yearbook updates, audition updates, and Drama/Yearbook Club updates. I’m also available through Canvas or Google Voice! Join my Remind class by texting your class code (see below)
Google Voice Number Call or Text: 336-298-1840
Join the page or by texting the class code directly to 81010.
- 6th Grade Theatre Arts: @6dramanw
- 7th Grade Theatre Arts: @7dramanw
- 8th Grade Theatre Arts @8dramanw
Welcome! Outside of teaching at Northwest Middle, Mr. Luck has worked as an actor for a decade with Goodly Frame Theatre, Roanoke Island Historical Association, Triad Stage, Paper Lantern Theatre Company, High Point Community Theatre, Lexington Youth Theatre, Open Spaces Cafe Theatre, Little Theatre of Winston-Salem, and educational theatre at Western Carolina University, GTCC, and UNC Greensboro. Mr. Luck obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Drama with a Minor in Musical Theatre at UNCG in 2018, then joined the GCS Alternative Certification Program. He previously became certified with the Actors Equity Candidacy Program and the Society of American Fight Directors. He thanks his wife Tatum, his family, and the Northwest Guilford community for their support of the live theatre.
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