The Arts



 Written by musical theatre legends Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso, and featuring songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda, James Taylor and other incredible artists, Working is an inspiring celebration of what Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Studs Terkel called “the extraordinary dreams of ordinary people." This much-beloved musical is based on a collection of real-life interviews conducted by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Studs Terkel.
Our intrepid student-performers inhabit multiple roles from a cross-section of American lives and backgrounds--from teachers to students, big-rig truck drivers to corporate executives, blue-collar construction laborers to waitresses to hospice nurses, and more.

Working performs at the Moore Theatre on April 12th and 13th at 7:30, and April 14th at 2:00.

About Our Program

At Bishop Blanchet, our drama department's motto is "Truth and Courage." Whether students intend to pursue a career in theatre or are simply looking to try something new, we believe that making theatre cultivates creativity, sensitivity and enthusiasm in young people, and our program offers a supportive environment where students can make bold choices. 
The drama department offers a comprehensive three-part sequential acting program, three classes in theatre design, and a three-show season: a fall play, a student directed one-act festival, and a spring musical.
Students can participate in the performances both on stage acting and behind the scenes with one of our five crews: Stage Crew, Costume Crew, Hair and Makeup Crew, Marketing Crew, and Stage Management.
For more information about drama clubs like the Improv Team or the International Thespian Society, visit the Clubs page.
Want to get involved, or have a question about upcoming auditions or crew interviews? Email Performing Arts Chair Mr. Corey Eriksen or Drama Director Mr. Robert Bergin.

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  • Fall Play

    Almost, Maine by John Cariani

    November 9th and 10th at 7:00
    November 11th at 2:00
  • One Acts

    The BBHS One-Act Play Festival is an annual event where student groups perform complete one-act plays. In each group students are required to direct, design, perform and breakdown the production. 

    This year we have three student directors presenting their plays. We would love for you to join us! 

    January 17th through 19th

  • Spring Musical

    Working by Stephen Schwartz

    Save the date! April 12th through 14th at the Moore Theatre.

  • Production History

    Almost, Maine

    Secret in the Wings
    Guys and Dolls
    A Christmas Carol
    Animal Farm
    Mary Poppins
    Actor’s Nightmare
    The Real Inspector Hound

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Bishop Blanchet High School

8200 Wallingford Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98103

Phone: 206-527-7711
Fax: 206-527-7712
Attendance: 206-985-3750
Located in  Seattle, Washington, Bishop Blanchet High School is a private, coed Catholic school for grades 9-12. Students benefit from a challenging college preparatory academic program, campus ministry, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.
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