Fall 2017: "Hamlet(te): The Plié's the Thing"
Acclaimed by many as the best collaboration with Library Dances yet, this show followed the two-for-one model of one acts, with a serious opener of a theatre/ballet hybrid followed by a zany act two that took the source material and turned it on its head.
This time? None other than Shakespeare's most honored tragedy - Hamlet! Act One blended student actors, narrators, and dancers with professional dancers from State Street Ballet to breathe fresh life into one of the greatest works of Western literature.
Act Two, however, brought "Hamlette" by Alison Williams. In this wacky one act, Hamlet is female and wants use her place in theatrical history to overthrow the patriarchy. It's no surprise that this was penned by the same playwright who brought us "Drop Dead, Juliet!" and this show was just as fun, messy, and funny.
This fall saw many fresh new faces in the form of a strong talent base of new seventh graders - things were changing, and a musical finally seemed within reach!
Spring 2018: "Annie Jr. "
Coming this spring, Friday and Saturday, April 27-28, at 7PM!
Performed in our very own Marjorie Luke Theatre, tickets are $5 for students and $10 adults, and will only be sold at the door. Doors open at 6:30PM!