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Theatre in Northwest ISD is available to all students at the secondary level. The comprehensive 6-12 program includes studies in the areas of acting, writing, producing, film and cinema, technical theatre, set design and musical theatre. Northwest ISD produces top notch performances which range from Shakespeare to Broadway musicals! There is something for everyone in NISD Theatre!
The Northwest ISD theatre programs at Byron Nelson, V.R. Eaton, and Northwest High School present high quality musicals annually for the community, including a full length Broadway show with a live pit orchestra. In addition, Northwest ISD produces the area's only all-district middle school musical, presented by the district's middle school students.

NISD High School Theatre

Byron Nelson High School Theatre
Wendy Bramlett, Director of Theatre and Performing Arts Center Facility Manager

Jim Hammer, Assistant Theatre Director and  Performing Arts Center Assistant Facility Manager

Makenzie Graham, Assistant Theatre Director

Eaton High School Theatre

Nick Kougias, Artistic Director for Eaton Theatre and V. R. Eaton Performing Arts Center Facility Manager

Courtney McDonald, Assistant Director for Eaton Theatre

Northwest High School Theatre 
Laura Skipper, Director of Theatre and Vernon Solomon Performing Arts Center Facility Manager 

Tre John, Assistant Director of Theatre and Vernon Solomon Performing Arts Center Assistant Facility Manager

Steele Accelerated High School Theatre
Mylene Davis, Director of Theatre and Artistic Director of Steele's Forge Theatre Company

NISD Middle School Theatre

Adams Middle School
DeeDee Tapp, Director

Chisholm Trail Middle School Theatre
Emily Trinque, Director

Medlin Middle School Theatre
Katie Irwin, Director
Makenzie Graham, Assistant Director

Gene Pike Middle School Theatre
April Zavala, Director

Tidwell Middle School Theatre
Craig Robertson, Co-Director
Emily Pippins, Co-Director

Wilson Middle School Theatre
Austin Long, Director
Kathleen McCann, Assistant Director