A coed, independent, Episcopal day school in Tampa, Florida, educating students in pre-k through twelfth grade


The Berkeley theatre program encourages students to develop as creative, confident, and proficient performers. Our comprehensive curriculum is designed to cater to both the casual and serious student of theatre. Take a closer look below at the wide variety of theatre classes and clubs that are offered to students in all three divisions (from second through twelfth grade). 


Each year, the Upper Division fall play and spring musical are submitted for the Broadway Star of the Future adjudication process. Our 2023-2024 performances were once again honored with multiple awards. Click here to learn more. 

Student Performances

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Alumni Discuss Berkeley Theatre

Four recent alumni share how the Berkeley theatre program has enhanced their skills and prepared them well for college theatre and beyond. Hear from: Mercy Roberts ’23, New York University Tisch School of the Arts; Ben Pastore ’23, Northeastern University; Hadley Ciesla ’23, University of Richmond; and Ava LeBeau ’23, Wake Forest University.



Annie Sardouk ’23 Wins Big at 2023 Jimmy Awards in NYC

Annie Sardouk ’23—who played Cady Heron in “Mean Girls (High School Version),” the 2023 spring musical at Berkeley—was one of eight semifinalists at the 2023 Jimmy Awards, a.k.a. the National High School Musical Theatre Awards, which were held at the Minskoff Theatre on Broadway in New York City. These awards elevate the importance of theatre arts education in schools, reward excellence in student performance, and create a pathway connecting promising young performers to the professional theatre industry.