For the first time since last March, St. Luke’s theater will perform in front of a live audience! Thanks to the creativity of our theater department and the dedication of our cast and crew, families are invited outside on the Hilltop for the Upper School, Middle School, and St. Luke’s Theater Company productions this spring.
Socially distanced 5’x5’ spaces will be marked outside the school near the Be Kind Plaza for audience members, with the performances taking place under the large tree near the pickup circle. Families are asked to reserve a space
for the date they wish to attend and encouraged to BYOLC (bring your own lawn chair). Only one reservation per family is required.
Upper School Production of Bethel Park Falls
Friday, April 30, and Saturday, May 1, at 7:00pm
(Rain Date: Sunday, May 2, at 7:00pm) "The residents of the small town of Bethel are facing a crisis: Their beloved park has been sold out from under them, and it's sending their lives into a tailspin. Sixteen people grapple with the loss of jobs, homes, and spouses but find love, courage, and forgiveness as the park magically transforms through the four seasons of the year in a single day. Bethel Park Falls draws together a group of complex, fascinating, funny characters into one poignant story about the spaces where communities connect." Reserve your tickets. Middle School Production of The Exceptional Childhood Center
Friday, May 7, and Saturday, May 8, at 7:00pm
(Rain Date: Sunday, May 9, at 7:00pm) "When Reggie Watson is accepted into a highly competitive preschool, he believes he’s set for life. But not so fast. Reggie must make it through the one-day trial period first. As his future flashes before his eyes. Reggie and his quirky classmates learn a lesson that's more valuable than the school could ever teach them." Reserve your tickets. St. Luke’s Theater Company Production of To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday
Friday, May 14, and Saturday, May 15, at 7:00pm
(Rain Date: Sunday, May 16, at 7:00pm) "A grieving widower must accept his wife's death to save himself and his relationship with his daughter."