One show only – Wednesday April 24, 2024

Show starts at 7:00 p.m.

Running Time: 90 minutes

About Beauty and the Beast Jr.

(See full information, cast and creatives for this performance at our On The Stage performing arts website)

Beauty and the Beast JR. tells the story of Belle, an adventurous young girl, and the Beast, her hideous captor who is actually a young prince trapped under a spell. In order to break the spell, the Beast must learn to love another and earn that love in return – before time runs out.  With the help of the castle’s enchanted staff, including a loving teapot, a charming candelabra, and a nervous mantel clock, Belle and the Beast find a beautiful friendship and a love that neither knew was possible. Beauty and the Beast JR. features classic songs from the Academy Award®-winning film score such as “Be Our Guest” and “Belle,” as well as original songs from the 1994 Tony®-nominated Broadway musical.

So, “Be Our Guest”, sit back and enjoy the talents of the HS Drama class.


  • Adult Tickets: $8.00
  • Student/Senior (55+): $5.00
  • Age 5 and under are free

How to Purchase your Tickets Online

Tickets may now be purchased at our On The Stage platform using a credit or debit card.

Reserve your Seat Now – Pay by cash or check in person

If you prefer to use cash or check, we can do that as well.  You will need to contact Mrs. Bauer  or call the school and let us know you would like reservations for the performance.

From the Director:

Big Sandy and the surrounding Simla community have been a great source of support for our performing arts students. The Simla High School Drama students have also adventured into the realm of musical theatre, daring to perform Broadway JR Edition musicals annotated for performance by secondary students. In cooperation with educational theatrical licensing agencies such as MTI, Pioneer Drama, and others, Simla High School is dedicated to offering educational theatre, meeting the needs of various types of performers.

Now, Simla HS is also providing students with the skills to work on the technical side of stage theater. Students are learning stage management, costume design, sound, lighting, backdrop and stage design, backstage coordination, marketing, box office, budgeting, scheduling, filmography and all aspects of putting on a great play.

Thank you, faculty and administration for supporting the drama students. We have such a talented group of students and when we allow their imaginations to fly, there are no limits!
Thank you, parents, for sharing your students and letting them shine!
Thank you, students, for making me laugh, for driving me crazy, and for making me look forward to my job every day!! You are remarkable!!

Mrs. Bauer, Director

Classes: Drama, Drama Tech