About this fundraiser...

First off, we hope that you all have been staying safe and healthy. We are living in unprecedented times and we are in need of your help. We know COVID-19 has impacted us all in some way, and we are no exception to that. Fundraising now, more than ever, is extremely vital for the success of our program. Your donation will help carry us through the remainder of this challenging year to purchase rights, royalties, costumes, sets, props, and other equipment, as well as grow our program for the years to come. Each participant has a monetary goal, please consider donating or sharing via social media so that they may reach it. Thank you so much for all your love and support!!!

The Time Has Come…

Classes are available for next year, and we’d love to have you. We’re building a great program here at Cambridge High School, and we’d love to have you as a part of of our team. If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me at kelleyc1@fultonschools.org. We have a lot to offer to students who are looking forward to thinking differently, WHICH is what a lot of corporations are looking for in new employees. 

The Bridge Ensemble @ Cambridge High School

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We are NOT High School Theatre- We ARE Theatre that happens in a High School

Welcome to the NEW Bridge Ensemble
@ Cambridge High School Website!

You may have noticed in some of the material that filled our social media since I came on as the Director of Theatre this little tagline: We are NOT High School Theatre – We ARE Theatre that happens in a High School. While I understand that this MAY sound a TAD  pretentious, when I work with an ensemble of student actors, designers, and technicians, I believe that they are still responsible for honoring a gift that an audience gives us – something more important than money – their time. Time is something we can never get back. As such, the time and effort our theatrical company puts in creating experiences for our audiences is something we should treat with the highest regard in our pursuit to MAKE MAGIC. Because, as stated above in my introductory video, There is Magic in the Theatre, and the Theatre is Magic! Right now, we are all in need of a little magic!
I sincerely hope that this new website will  highlight and honor the work of these tremendous illusionists at Cambridge High School. Moreover, I hope it will accurately depict and pay homage to the tremendous legacy of our alumni, as well as prior directors. While the guard may have changed at Cambridge, I want those that have tread the boards here to know that they are family, and that this is still their home.  Once we are able to again, we hope to be able to open our doors to you and better honor your contributions. Until then, please check back often! Things might look a little different right now, but theatre will still happen – as it always has – one way or another.
Stay Happy and Healthy! Warmest regards,
Mr. Cory S. Kelley
Director of Theatre

Our 2020-2021 Season

Preparing a season of shows in the thick of a pandemic is no easy task! However,  not wanting to throw our hands up in the air and say “We’re Closed Until This Clears,” we are diligently working to come up with a season that adjusts to whatever phase we find ourselves in with Covid-19. It might not look like what we’re used to, but being creative types, we are going to think creatively and make magic happen!

So Far This Year We Have Presented…

> The Occurrence at Sleepy Hollow: An Immersive Outdoor Theatrical Experience

> A Christmas Caroling Drive-Thru Experience

> GHSA OAP – The Diary of Anne Frank (2021 6A State Runner-Up)

 

 

 

We’re committed to making quality theatre happen regardless of the conditions we might have to adjust to in these difficult times. 

 

Warmest regards,

Mr. Cory Kelley, 

Director of Theatre

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    2845 Bethany Bend, Milton, Georgia 30004 
    Phone: 607-32-DRAMA (37262) | director@cambridgetheatre.org