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LRHS drama students perform in last fall’s “Horror Movie 101/102” 

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL)- The LRHS theater program allows Mustangs to break out of their shell and be able to communicate with others. It also helps build confidence in what one is doing.

Theater is a collaborative form of performing arts that uses live performers to present the experience of a real or imagined event beyond a live audience.

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LRHS theater director Roxane Caravan said, “Theater is great for Mustangs to express themselves in a setting they may not be comfortable in but will grow to love.”

Theater is also a team activity with most of the work being done together. It helps Mustangs learn as a team.

Junior Jennifer Schillinger added, “Being in the LRHS theater program has been a great experience that has allowed me to grow outside my comfort zone and meet new people.”