The Dramatic Players wrote and performed in a variety of productions from three-act plays to operettas in conjunction with the Music Department. These were very well received and proved to be very profitable fundraisers for the school. Students from all grades 1st through 12th were encourage to participate and showcase their talent.
On March 7, 1939 the operetta Lelawala was performed and presented by the Dramatic Players and the Kember Herrald Music Club in the school auditorium. The play was to benefit the Lincoln Offering Drive.
Not to be outdone by the Dramatic Players, on April 13, 1942, the Spanish Class presented Fiesta Panamericana in two acts. This was the first attempt by this Spanish language club and was well received. The students performed songs from Latin-America, performed waltzes, tangoes and the conga line.