Although drama activities talk place throughout the year, the highlight of Bay View College's drama calendar is undoubtedly the Drama Festival. The Festival takes place over a period of two days at the Bay View College's Middle School Campus. Faculty and students come together to bring drama to life at the School's spacious and fully-equipped auditorium. Students from across the classes participate not only as actors but also as back-stage, lighting, and sound crews. Through participation students learn teamwork, project management, and, ofcourse, the technicalities of drama and acting!
Several productions are performed every evening, including short skits or recitals written and directed by the students themselves. Recent English productions have included: The Importance of Being Earnest and The Real Inspector Hound (Tom Stoppard). Recent Urdu productions have included:Hain Kawakib Kuch, Nazar Aatay Hain Kuch (original play by Salma Baig) and Taleem-e-Balghan (Khawaja Moinuddin).