Theatre

Ms. Kissam’s play production class produces two shows a year and serves as a space for anyone who enjoys acting, singing, or dancing. This fall semester, her class performed The Laramie Project, that consisted of interviews that revolved around the gay University of Wyoming student, Matthew Shepard.

Last spring, they performed Once Upon a Mattres, a musical comedy based on The Princess and the Pea. 

Photo Gallery

The LaramIe Project

fall 2016

Once upon a mattress

Spring 2017

Stage Crew

Ms. Kissam’s stage design class is responsible for the behind-the-scenes work for play production’s shows, and any other performances that require the crew’s assistance. Each student is trained in either costume design, lighting, sound, the construction of props and sets, or hair and makeup. In doing this, they are receiving hands-on experience that allows students to be able to work in a professional setting when they graduate.

Their costume department has access to Occidental College’s vast costume selection, and because of Oxy’s generosity, they are able to borrow a number of clothes for every new show.

 

Play Productions

Complex

Fall 2017

Once Upon a Mattress

Spring 2017

The Laramie Project

Fall 2016

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The Addams Family

Spring 2016

An Inconvenient Corpse

Fall 2016

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Video Library

Nancy Kissam

Position/title: Theater/Film teacher

Email: nek0113@lausd.net

Room#: 120
 

Courses/grade level: 7-8 theater laboratory, 9-11 theater ensemble, 9-11 filmmaking, 9-12 stage design, 9-12 play production
 

website: http://www.mskissam.com/
 

About:
Ms. Kissam values the diversity of ERHS and believes it encaptures what a world might look like if everyone embraced each other’s culture. She teaches with kindness and a sense of humor. She also writes and acts outside of school with her friends.

Ms. Kissam holds a CTE (Career Technical Education), that can only be obtained with professional experience outside of LAUSD. By having this credential, she is able to apply for a Perkins Grant, only made available to CTE teachers. During Ms. Kissam’s first year, she was awarded a $45,000 Perkins Grant to upgrade the auditorium, and a $5,000 grant is in the works for this year.

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