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February 2–4: Student-Directed One Act Plays

Don't miss our One Act Play Festival running from February 2 through February 4. The festival features five plays selected and directed by seniors of the Back à Dos Theater, with work ranging from comedy to drama, satire to mystery. Four shows only! Details below; click links to purchase advance tickets online.

Curtain at 7:00 p.m.; with additional 2:00 p.m. matinee on Feb. 4
Adults: $10  |  Students & Alumni: $5

Staff/faculty, prospective families, and Grade 8 students and their families can attend performances at no charge.

Tickets for Thursday night - 2/2

Tickets for Friday night - 2/3

Tickets for Saturday afternoon - 2/4

Tickets for Saturday night - 2/4


THE PLAYS

Rosabelle – answer – tell
by Ellen Kolvisto • directed by Madeleine Curran
A woman walks into a psychic shop, hoping for some closure. In a play straddling suspense and a little bit of magic, will she be able to connect with her dear departed?

It's Not Brain Surgery!
by Jamie Hope • directed by Isabelle Cialone
After Mr. Grandene’s botched surgery, he butts heads with the clearly incompetent Dr. Grosshirn. Can this encounter however enable them to realize their true selves and even find friendship?

La Mouche
by Stephen Bittrich • directed by Maya Escobosa
In this fast paced comedy set in a French bistro in New York, a customer makes a startling discovery in their soup. Misunderstandings, mad-cap comedy and hilarious dialogue ensues. Is the customer always right in the end?

The Angel Intrudes
by Floyd Dell • directed by Chloe Faro
In this captivating and satirical take on Anatole France’s novel, La Revolte des Anges,  Jimmy Pendleton’s relationship is altered by his hapless guardian angel, for better or worse.

Accident of Birth
by Trevor Suthers • directed by Lily Thorpe
Anthony, a young man locked up in Broadmoor, a psychiatric facility, for murder sits down with his birth mother in hopes she will be able to uncover the cause of his insanity.


 

Check back regularly for updates on upcoming concerts, shows, performances, community salons, and other events open to our school community. Below, photos from our October Salon Series on venture capital (left), the fall high school musical Jesus Christ Superstar (center), and our annual Songs for Senegal Concert (right) which raised more than $4,000 for École Natangue, our sister school in M'Bour.

2022-2023 Back à Dos Season