UPPER SCHOOL MUSICAL
TUESDAY, APRIL 25 – 7:00 PM
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26- 12:00 PM
THURSDAY, APRIL 27 – 7:00 PM
FRIDAY, APRIL 28 – 7:00 PM
SATURDAY, APRIL 29 1:00 PM & 6:00 PM
$15/ADULT AND $10/STUDENT
Rodgers + Hammerstein's CINDERELLA is the Tony Award®-winning musical from the creators of South Pacific and The Sound of Music that's delighting audiences with its surprisingly contemporary take on the classic tale. This production features jaw-dropping transformations and all the moments you love—the pumpkin, the glass slipper, the masked ball and more—plus some surprising new twists! Be transported back to your childhood as you rediscover some of Rodgers + Hammerstein's most beloved songs, including "In My Own Little Corner," "Impossible/It's Possible" and "Ten Minutes Ago" in this hilarious and romantic experience for anyone who's ever had a dream.
MIDDLE SCHOOL MUSICAL
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10 – 4:00 PM
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11 – 7:00 PM
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 – 7:00 PM
ALL TICKETS $8.00
Based on the popular comic strip and adapted from the Tony Award-winning Best Musical, with a beloved book and score by Tony Award-winners, Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, Annie JR.features everyone’s favorite little redhead in her very first adventure.
With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone's hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. Annie is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan. Annie eventually foils Miss Hannigan's evil machinations, finding a new home and family in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.
Saturday, October 15 – 6:00 pm
Thursday, October 20 – 7:00 pm
Friday, October 21 – 7:00 pm
$15/Adult and $10/student
The illusive American Dream—the Fall Drama is exploring this theme in a stage version of The Great Gatsby. The novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald is a classic in American literature and is studied annually by our 11th grade students.
We follow Nick Carraway as he comes to New York in the 1920’s in search of the American Dream. Once there he encounters wealth, excess, and the aloof character of Jay Gatsby. Gatsby is seemingly the ideal of hope and success, but despite all that he has, there is still a longing for what he hasn’t obtained.
What is the result of chasing after every pleasure? This story addresses mature themes in a way that brings to light the consequences of the pursuit of power and pleasure. Inherent in this story are themes of alcohol, adultery, and murder. Although these things are harder for us to address, we believe it is important for us to bring a biblical perspective to these issues that challenge our students. As Christians, we find echoed in the story the words of Solomon in Ecclesiastes 2:1, “I said in my heart, ‘Come now, I will test you with pleasure; enjoy yourself.’ But behold, this also was vanity.” The Great Gatsby exposes our own hearts and examines not only the theme of vanity, but also of hope. We will celebrate hope by pointing audiences to the source of true hope as we explore the consequences of placing our hope in the American Dream.