EXCELLENCE Sets the Stage"

    The WHS Theatre Department provides its students with a variety of opportunities to get involved!  Our theatre program has a full curriculum of acting and technical classes during the school day and an extensive after-school program. If you are a current student or incoming student, I encourage you to get involved. If you are a community member, I encourage you to come and see our shows and support the arts at Westfield High School.

Theatrically Yours,
Mrs. M. Salone, WHS Director of Theatre 

Varsity Troupe #305 

"2 Live"


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The Westfield High School Theatre Department will compete in the
State 6A UIL One-Act Play Contest
on Wednesday, April 25th
Session II at 7:30pm
at the
Round Rock ISD Performing Arts Center (Austin, TX)

Tickets for State OAP will be available at the venue box office starting at 2:30 pm.  They will only accept cash and school checks made out to UIL/ UT-AUSTIN.SESSION TICKETS:

Adults - $14.00 per session, Students - $12.00 per session

FULL 6A Schedule
6A - April 25, 2018    
 4pm - Session 1OrderSchoolTitle
  1stHouston: Carnegie Vanguard HSsf Speaking in Tongues
  2ndFort Bend: Bush HSsf Water By the Spoonful
  3rdHarlingen: South HSsf Sideman
  4thMontgomery HSsf Death of a Salesman
 7:30pm - Session 2   
  5thSpring: Westfield HSsf The Old Settler
  6thGrand Prairie: South Grand Prairie HS
sf Rosencrantz and Guildenstern
Are Dead
  7thCibolo: Steele HSsf Homestead
  8thKeller: Timber Creek HSsf Wit

Stay tuned for more info. and we hope to see you in the PAC!

Congratulations to The Westfield Theatre Department for receiving (10) Tommy Tune Award nominations for our 2017-18 fall musical The Color Purple. Since its inception in 2002 the Tommy Tune Awards has grown to be the largest celebration of High School Musical Theatre in Houston. The annual awards ceremony sponsored by Theatre Under the Stars recognizes excellence of high school students and teachers throughout the Houston metropolitan area. After evaluating the 45 participating Houston-area high school productions, a team of Houston based theatre professionals nominated 165+ participants in 15 award categories.

Westfield High School’s The Color Purple  received 10 nominations out of 15 categories:

  • Best Direction

  • Best Choreography

  • Best Lighting Design

  • Best Costumes

  • Best Scenic Design

  • Best Ensemble and Chorus

  • Best Featured Performer: Joy Edmonds, Brea Porter and Maddison Joyce as the trio of “The Church Ladies” Jarene, Doris and Darlene

  • Best Supporting Actress: Divina Ito for the role of Sophia

  • Best Leading Actress: Brianna Wyatt for the role of Shug Avery

  • Best Overall Production

Westfield will participated in the Tommy Tune Awards show at 7:00 pm on Tuesday, April 17th at The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts. The "Tony-style"televised event will feature: Best Actress: Brianna Wyatt,  Best Supporting Actress: Divina Ito, FULL CAST performance in the Best Overall Production and in the opening and closing numbers. Congrats to the Cast and Crew of The Color Purple on a JOB WELL DONE.


TTA Winner Best Featured Performer
Joy Edmonds, Brea Porter, and Maddison Joyce
as the Trio of Church Ladies
Jarene, Doris, and Darlene in The Color Purple


The Westfield High School Theatre Department attended the Texas Thespian State Festival, held November 16-18 at the Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine, Texas. The participants were as follows:  Mariah Campbell, Paulina Castaneda, Dorion Criner, Joy Edmonds, Joshua Hadnot, Divina Ito, Justice Jackson, Maddison Joyce, Serenity Lawhorn, Key’la Lewis, Zion Maddison, Brett Mills, Jada Phillips, Brea Porter, Ty Price, Chynna Richards, Lydia Singleton, Genivere Thomas-Alexis, Sondee Turner, Dylan Vasquez, Gavin Williams and Brianna Wyatt

At festival, Westfield competed against several and high school students from school districts all over the state of Texas for a chance to qualify and to compete at International Thespian Festival in Lincoln, NE on June 25-30 2018 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 
The following is a list of the categories and students who earned superior ratings (the highest rating awarded: 280 points) and qualified for nationals.
  • Duet Acting -  Brett Mills and Divina Ito

  • Solo Acting - Chynna Richards

  • Duet Musical - Mariah Campbell and Brianna Wyatt 

  • Solo Musical - Joshua Hadnot 

  • Group Musical - Paulina Castaneda, Joy Edmonds, Genivere Alexis-Thomas, Serenity Lawhorn , Jada Phillips, Maddison Joyce, Lydia Singleton, Brea Porter, Justice Jackson, Dorion Criner

  • Justice Jackson and Brianna Wyatt auditioned for colleges and scholarships. Justice received (3) college callbacks.  Brianna received (10) college callbacks and a $3,000 Texas Thespian Scholarship.

How about a special “shout out” to her extremely talented Varsity Theatre students who attended Thespian Festival 2017 for their hard work and dedication!  Should you see any of these students, congratulate them on a JOB WELL DONE! Troupe #305 you are truly “2 Live”