Category archive: Chelsea High School Theatre

Rachel K. Ivey Photography – Chelsea H.S. Theater Presents Rogers’ and Hammerstein’s The King and I

In April 2012 Chelsea High School Theater took on the monumental task of mounting a production of the classical musical The King and I by Rogers and Hammerstein. Everything about the production was just perfect from the casting to the costumes to the set pieces. Featuring a cast of over 50, the students gave four performances


Rachel K. Ivey Photography – Chelsea High School Theater Presents “Juvie”

In October of 2011, the Chelsea High School Theatre presented Jerome McDonough’s “Juvie,” a play which tells the stories of the teens inside a juvenile detention facility. It is a story of poor choices and their dramatic consequences. Chelsea H.S. Theatre took this play to the district-level Trumbauer Theatre competition, where they received highest marks


Rachel K. Ivey Photography – Chelsea HS Theatre Goes to Edinburgh Fringe Fest

In August 2011, I had the privilege of travelling with a talented group of high school students to Edinburgh, Scotland, to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Chelsea High School had been nominated to and selected by the American High School Theatre Festival for this prestigious honor. During the nearly two weeks we spent in


Romeo and Juliet

I recently had the pleasure of working with Chelsea High School’s theatre department on designing a photo poster for their upcoming production of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. In this production, the setting is a high school classroom and our star crossed lovers, Romeo who is emo and Juliet who is a cheerleader, are high school


Story Theatre

I’ve had the pleasure of photographing performances of Chelsea High School Theatre’s productions since spring of 2010.  Photographing plays is a real challenge. You can’t use a flash and the lighting is often times very low in order to set the mood for the scene. Story Theatre was particularly challenging in this respect. Chelsea HS

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