• Name:Rachel Harry she/her
     
    Subject:Theatre Arts
     
    Phone:541-386-4500 ext. 4612
     
    Email:rachel.harry@hoodriver.k12.or.us
     

     

    Originally a dancer, Ms. Harry has a BA in English and Theatre from University of Utah and an MA in Theatre Production from Central Washington University. Performance season includes one to two plays, a Student Directed One Acts Festival, Annual Improv Night and a fall musical. Harry works closely with the acclaimed music director of HRVHS, Dan Kenealy, to mount high quality musicals that sell out every performance. A faculty member of HRV for 37 years,  Ms Harry is a distinguished alumni of both University of Utah and Central Washington University as well as the 2017 Tony Award Winner for Excellence in Theatre Education.

     

     

    The best way to contact me is via email.  

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    My office hours are 7:AM - 7:45 AM
    Link to my virtual meeting room https://meet.google.com/lookup/bu645duozy
    To make sure we can meet, please email me first.

    Some dates to look forward to-
    Fall Production - The fall musical is Anastasia! Dates are Oct 28,29 Nov 4,5,11,12 at 7pm and Oct 30 and Nov. 6 at 2pm 
    Student/Seniors $12 and Adults $15. 
     
    Winter Play -  The winter play is Clue. Dates are Feb. 24,25 and March 3,4 at 7pm and Feb. 26 and March 5 at 2pm. 
     
    Student Directed One Acts Festival will be held December 2,3 at 7pm
     
    Phoenix Repertory Theatre 
    Phoenix Rep will be creating new performance pieces as well as reviving past audience favorites.
     
    The high school has moved to a trimester schedule. In order to provide the best possible education in Theatre I have done a massive overhaul of the program. I spent the summer exploring and learning how to teach the styles of theatre currently making a statement in the performing arts world and I am really excited!
    Please note you can earn college credit through the Dual Enrollment program offered through Columbia Gorge Community College. Dual enrollment is a terrific way to earn college credit while still at the high school. Students in Acting 1 (TA 141), Acting 2/3 (TA 142), Improvisation (TA 144), Phoenix Theatre (TA 148), Performance and Production (TA 180C) Intro to Theatre Tech (TA 111) and/or have a speaking role in my plays or musicals (TA 180A).   Please see me if you have questions.