The Abigail J. Woodhall Theatre opened in the fall of 2005, enabling the school to offer drama as a comprhensive afternoon activity -- a "team sport"-- and to provide further opportunities for student success in the arts.
Recent productions include Neil Simon's Biloxi Blues, Steve Martin's Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Noël Coward's Ways and Means, Charles Ludlam's Stage Blood, Harold Pinter's The Dumb Waiter, and Martin Epstein's How Gertrude Stormed the Philosopher's Club. Edward Albee's The Zoo Story, Steve Martin's WASP, Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot, Shakspeare's Julius Caesar, and John Knowles' A Separate Peace.
The Woodhall Players also participate in the Seven Angels Theater Halo Awards, a regional secondary school drama competition. Since 2007, Woodhall has recieved 37 Halo nominations and 10 Halo Awards.
In 2011-2012, The Woodhall Players staged William Golding's The Lord of the Flies and a satirical romp of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol . . . sort of. The two plays received 10 Halo nominations and 3 Awards, including Best Student Sound Design (Lord of the Flies), Best Student Costume Design and/or Execution (A Christmas Carol . . .Sort of), and Best Acting by Ensemble Cast in a Play (Lord of the Flies).