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Lisa Tabor makes grande finale from theatre department after 19 years

After 19 years of teaching at Coppell High School, theater teacher and Drama Club sponsor Lisa Tabor will leave to pursue other opportunities. She has directed UIL One Act Plays, school productions, such as “The Addams Family”, “Big Fish”, and “42nd Street”. Tabor teaches Spotlight and Premier and co-teaches Take One and Fame classes at CHS.

Christine Zacuai, Staff Writer

May 23, 2018

From directing productions such as the chilling dark comedy “The Addams Family” and unmissable classic “Big Fish”, Coppell High School theater department head and Drama Club sponsor Lisa Tabor will leave after teaching for 19 years at Coppell High School.   After serious contemplation and prayer, Tabo...

Senior theater students share plans for acting after high school

Senior theater students pose with their college t-shirts on the Coppell High School stage.

May 20, 2014

By Shruthika Pochampally Staff Writer Just like many of the clubs and programs at Coppell High School, the theater program will surely be shedding some tears at the end of the year when they let go of their beloved seniors, many of whom have been up on the CHS stages since their first day of freshman y...

CHS halls are alive with “The Sound of Music”

CHS halls are alive with

October 3, 2013

By Caroline Carter   Staff Writer The Coppell High School Theatre Department will transport its audience to Austria through its adaptation of “The Sound of Music”. Filled with iconic songs and scenes, the fall musical will be yet another great production for CHS Theatre. For theater director Lisa Tabor, the decision of which production to choose came to...

CHS Students audition for annual musical

September 13, 2010

Story by Zeb White Staff Writer, Asst. Business manager Video by Alex Smith KCBY "I’ve seen good productions and I’ve seen bad productions,” Lisa Tabor said to the eager performers. “This is going to be a good production.” With that goal in mind, Coppell High School’s lead theatre...