The Culver City Education Foundation granted a grant to Shelia Silver from CCHS for a 40 minute theatre production for K-5 called “Cootie Shots–Theatrical Inoculations against Prejudice and Bigotry.” Working hand in hand with the district’s Anti-Bullying Task Force, CCHS students created the production which supports the program developed by the Human Resources and Services Administration, which has been adopted by CCUSD. The students of CCHS performed for three of the elementary schools. The goal was to bring positive messages and role models to “inoculate” the elementary students at an early age. The students really enjoyed the performance and the message was heard loud and clear.
This musical comedy satirizes capitalism, social irresponsibility, and municipal politics, and corporate mismanagement in a parody style of great wit and humor. Urinetown, the Musical was the winner of three Tony awards (Best Director, Best …[READ MORE]
An estimated 12,000 revelers packed the field at Culver City High School for the annual Fireworks Show. Among those volunteers from the Exchange Club helping out at the event was Dr. Luther Henderson, taking tickets …[READ MORE]
When CCHS Senior Nathan Palman decided to audition for “The Laramie Project” last September, he never dreamed that his first foray into theater would result in such a rewarding experience. “Acting in ‘The Laramie Project’ …[READ MORE]