Welcome to Junior Players - North High's Theatre Ensemble

  • Junior Players ("JP") presents three mainstage shows throughout the year - a musical, a drama, and student-directed one-act plays. The club also provides opportunities for students to get involved with theatre tech, the Thin Ice Improv Club, competitions, theatre workshops in the tri-state area, and trips to Broadway shows! For more information, please contact Mr. Christopher Giordano, theatre teacher and advisor to Junior Players. CGiordano@greatneck.k12.ny.us

    MISSION STATEMENT: Junior Players is an afterschool theatre company responsible for producing live theatre productions at GNNHS. We strive to create a warm community, establishing a space that is equally safe, inclusive, accepting, and respectful to all, regardless of backgrounds or identities. Fueled with a passion for the theatre arts, collaboration outweighs competition, helping members reach their full potential in their craft, bringing our productions to a level of excellence.

    For further information, please call:

    Junior Players Advisor, Mr. Giordano: 516-441-4743

    Tech Director Advisor, Mr. Antonori: 516-441-4740

  • International Thespian Society

    (Troupe 201)


    To learn more about this honor society for theatre students and how to obtain enough points to become a thespian, please visit: 

    International Thespian Society

    Thespian Points



  • Thin Ice Improv Troupe


    Keep Calm & Improv On

    The Improv Club meets weekly.  Stay tuned for upcoming announcements!

    Each spring, the club presents an improv show that includes many favorite games from the hit TV show, "Whose Line Is It Anyway."  

    This is a great club for anyone who loves comedic acting, inventing scenarios on the spot, stand-up comedy, and all around hilarity.  

    Student President:

    Maverick Williams

    Vice President:

    Sabrina Livian

  • Theatre Tech - Stage Crew

    Students involved with the Junior Players Stage Crew work with numerous design and technical elements such as lighting, sound, carpentry, projections, and machinery. Each member of the crew plays an important role in creating the set, and helping the show run smoothly. For more information, please contact Mr. Leonard Antonori: LAntinori@greatneck.k12.ny.us