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This page will hold information about upcoming theatrical productions and events in the Ursuline Hig

10/12/2019

Keeping with the school theme, Keila's one act asks the audience to figure out "Who Did It?" Some damage has been done to classrooms and the football field and Anthony and Luis ask a detective friend of theirs to help them figure out what happened. You can watch "Who Did It" at the Student-Directed One Acts tonight at 7:00. Admission is a canned food item to be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank.

10/12/2019

Say hello to Augusta, Lauren and Caitlin! This trio wrote and directed their own act, "The Curse of Plebeian #3", about a mystery surrounding a school production of Julius Caesar. Is that an Ursuline faculty member taking the stage? Come see at the Student-Directed One Acts, tonight at 7:00.

10/12/2019

Dom's One Act is about a bench. . . And a Concerned Lady, Interesting Man, Nice Lady, Peculiar Man and a Park Ranger. Come see them tonight at 7:00.

10/12/2019

Come to The Student-Directed One Acts tonight at 7:00.
What happens when Ursuline teachers are Seniors in high school planning the Mooney rally? Come find out in "Rally to the Past" written and directed by Belle Gasior and Lex Watson. Admission is a canned food item to be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank.

10/12/2019

The Student-Directed One Acts are tonight at 7:00. Admission is a canned good item for Second Harvest Food Bank. Here are some photos from "Rally to the Past" written and directed by Isabelle Gasior and Lex Watson. What happens when Ursuline teachers are Seniors in High School and have to plan the Mooney rally? Come see the one acts and find out!

09/23/2019

The Student-Directed One Acts will be Saturday October 12 at 7:00 pm. Come join us!!

05/17/2019

It’s opening night! We hope to see you at one of the performances of Newsies this weekend!

Friday & Saturday 7pm, Sunday 2pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for seniors and students.

You won’t want to miss this fantastic show!

03/14/2019

Extra! Extra! Calling all middle schoolers for Newsies auditions! 🗣🗞

6, 7, & 8th grade parochial school students are invited to join the student cast for Ursuline High School's spring musical, "Newsies." Auditions will be held on March 26 from 7-8:30pm in the Deibel Morley Arts Center. The show will be performed May 9-12, 2019 at Ursuline's Deibel Morley Arts Center. Please dress comfortably for movement. Dancers and gymnasts are welcome. No prior theatre experience is needed!

Please RSVP for auditions by visiting www.ursuline.com/calendar and selecting March 26. Please RSVP by March 23.

10/12/2018

Come support the student directors, actors and crew at the annual One-Act Festival this Saturday at 7pm in the Deibel-Morley Theatre.

Cost of admission is a canned food item which will be donated to a local food bank.

05/08/2018

It’s tech week! Make your weekend plans to see The Addams Family at the Ursuline Theatre!

02/25/2018

Ursuline High School Theater's cover photo

02/22/2018

“The Crucible” opens this weekend! Shows are Friday and Saturday at 7pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and $6 for students and seniors.

01/25/2018

Ursuline High School Theater's cover photo

12/13/2017

Noises Off

Not sure you want to see “Noises Off” this weekend? Watch the advertisement video below for some highlights!

https://youtu.be/wQJKRMzbzKg

05/10/2017

Will Nathan's floating dice game find a new home? Will the Save-a-Soul Mission stay open? Will Sky win the ultimate prize and get himself a "doll"?

Find out when Guys & Dolls opens this Friday in the Deibel Morley Auditorium at 7pm!

Shows also on Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2pm. Tickets are available at the door.

02/26/2017

As we take our final bows and the curtain closes on Peter and the Starcatcher, the cast, crew and directors would like to thank everyone who came out to see the show. It was a pleasure sharing our "star stuff" with you and the magic of this show.

Keep an eye out for our next show, the musical, Guys and Dolls, which opens in May!

02/26/2017

Today is the final performance of Peter and the Starcatcher at 2pm. You will not want to miss it!

Be on the lookout for what appears to be...mermaids?!

02/25/2017

After a wonderful opening night, we look forward to seeing you at one of our last 2 shows tomorrow at 7pm and Sunday at 2pm!

02/23/2017

Aargh, Mateys! Tomorrow is opening night!

Come see the magical beginnings of the Neverland Pirates and the boy who would become Peter Pan!

Curtain at 7pm Friday & Saturday, 2pm Sunday.

02/21/2017

Peter and the Starcatcher opens this weekend!

Friday and Saturday at 7pm, Sunday at 2pm in the Deibel-Morley theatre at Ursuline!

Come to see the story of Peter before he was Pan, and meet the interesting characters he finds along his journey!

01/28/2017

Having fun with impromptu games tonight at 7th grade night! We're looking forward to seeing these stars in our productions in a couple of years!

11/15/2016

Ursuline's got talent! Come to the annual talent show this Friday at 7pm in the auditorium to support your favorite act!

10/09/2016

Who's scary now?

10/09/2016

One act festival

10/07/2016

Our last featured director for this week is John Michael, who, along with classmate Sophie, wrote "All in the Family."

Why did you write this show? "I enjoy writing and thought this would be a way to showcase that."

What is the hardest thing about directing? "Being organized and in control of the cast."

What is your show about? "A very dysfunctional family and the hardships they face."

Why should everyone come to see the one-acts? "They are funny and everyone has put a lot of work and time into them."

Enjoy a night out at the Ursuline theatre this Saturday at 7pm. Please bring a canned good to be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank.

10/06/2016

Our featured director today is Larry Skiver, whom with his sister, Sarah, wrote the one-act, "Don Quixote."

Why did you write this one-act?
"I wanted to write a one-act my senior year. I was inspired by the reading of "Don Quixote" we did in Spanish last year.

What is the hardest part of directing? "Trying to control everyone and getting things how you want."

What is your play about?
"A 17th century Spanish man reads books about medieval Knights. He becomes dissatisfied with his life, and with his neighbor, Sancho, goes out on adventures."

Why should people come to the one-act festival this Saturday? "Everyone put in so much work. They should go to appreciate what can be done by students."

Your chance to see "Don Quixote" is this Saturday at 7pm! Don't miss it!

10/06/2016

You are invited to An Evening of Student-Directed One Acts, Saturday October 8, 7:00. Tickets are $1.00 and please bring canned good donations for Second Harvest Food Bank.

10/05/2016

Today we feature Elsie, writer and director of "Class Act."

Why did you write a one-act this year? "I wanted to give people an idea of what theatre life is like in a comedic way."

What is the hardest part of directing? "Management of time because you have limited time to finish the show and blocking."

What is your show about? "All the things that happen during the rehearsal of a show and all the things that could go wrong."

Why should people see the one-acts this weekend? "Everyone has worked hard. This is an experience you won't find anywhere else. The one-acts are great!"

Support Elsie and the other fine directors this Saturday at 7pm for the annual One-Act festival!

10/04/2016

Today's featured directors are Carmella & Travis, creators of "Framed".

Why did you write a one-act?
"It's just something we wanted to do for Mrs.Williams."

What is the most difficult part of directing?
Carmella:"Relaying ideas to actors and how to portray the roles."

Travis: "Dealing with people."

What is your play about?
Carmella:"A kid gets locked in a theatre and characters from different shows come to life and they go through a lot of ups and downs."

Travis: "It's a family community theme. At the end of the show it's like kumbaya all over again."

Why should people come to see the one-acts?
Carmella:"We have put in a lot hard work and dedication."

Travis:"Not every show we get to do is written by students. It's cool to see the other side of people that you don't get to see in school."

Be sure to come to the one-acts this Saturday at 7pm to see "Framed" and the other great shows the students have created.

10/03/2016

Join us for An Evening of Student-Directed One Acts, Saturday October 8, 7:00 in the Deibel-Morley Auditorium. Tickets are $1.00. Plus we are asking for donations of canned goods that we will donate to Second Harvest Food Bank. The International Thespian Troupe is participating in the nationwide initiative TOTS-EAT as theatre troupes across America collect food during the month of October.

10/03/2016

Today begins our featured directors week as we prepare for the One-Act festival this Saturday.

Welcome to Adam, author and director of "Stalkers and Shrimp".

Why did you write a one-act this year? "I want a career in directing or writing and thought this would give me an early start."

What is the most difficult part of directing? "Getting the actors to understand and become the characters."

What is the story of your one-act? "It follows the story of a couple spending a weekend away at a big, ugly hotel and the surprises they face."

Why should people come to see the one-acts? "They are all really good and we have put a lot of work into them. We wrote them ourselves and want to share them with people."

Check out "Stalkers and Shrimp" at the One-Act festival this Saturday at 7pm in the UHS auditorium!

10/01/2016

The annual student-written and directed one-act festival will take place next Saturday at Ursuline! This week, we will feature some of the directors and their shows. Stay tuned for these features!

09/26/2016

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