THEATRE 308 is a collaborative effort between students and faculty to produce two theatrical performances each year and several student-directed and produced one-act plays in the spring. Since its establishment in the 1970's, it has been an integral part of the Darien High School community. THEATRE 308's name originates from when the company entered drama competitions on state and national levels. During this time they were a part of the National Thespians's 308th Sector, prompting the current name of DHS's well-known and much-beloved theatre program.
While participating in Theatre 308, students work on all levels of the dramatic and technical aspects of theatre while receiving an invaluable education and exposure to the arts.