In our most recent production, Shrek, Westlake Choir students transported audiences to the mystical town of Duloc. Children and adults alike were captivated by this good-humored show. For the first time in Westlake Choir history, we were able to fill nearly 4,000 seats over four productions.
Fall Concert (2014)
Enjoy some photos of our first split fall concert series on October 21, 2014 in the Westlake Community Performing Arts Center.
West Side Story (2014)
West Side Story depicts the classic American story of Romeo and Juliet through Tony, Maria, and a rivalry between two gangs, the Jets and the Sharks. Audiences were moved by the high power visual elements of the show and the handling of a very challenging score by Leonard Bernstein. Take a look at a few photos from our 2014 musical production:
Spring Revue 2013
Our last concert of the year focuses on popular and show music. It features all of our performing groups, as well as many student directed ensembles and solos. Enjoy these photos of our fabulous show from Spring 2013.
The Music Man (2013)
Our production of The Music Man features the notorious con man Harold Hill with no musical prowess as the founder and director of a band in River City Iowa. In the end, he positively changes River City's morale, and ends up winning the heart of a librarian who initially sees right through him. Several production photos can be seen below:
Damn Yankees (2012)
Westlake's rendition of this classic retelling of Faust throught the lens of America's pastime was a home run as our musical production in the year 2012. Here are some photos below:
Bye Bye Birdie (2011)
We went back to the nifty fifties to create this production of Bye Bye Birdie in 2011. Here are some production photos that highlight the Elvis Presley-like Conrad Birdie and his droves of fans on stage in the Westlake Performing Arts Center:
Beauty and the Beast (2010)
A tale as old as time that shows us beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Here are some charming and silly production photos of Beauty and the Beast from 2010: