St. Luke’s Theatre educates and trains artists to be collaborative, to be innovative, and to be leaders. Our program is practical, artistic, and interdisciplinary. Students study dramatic literature in theory and historical context, and explore in a hands on manner. Students may experience classic, contemporary, and new work in dramatic and musical theatre arenas.


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  • Productions Each Year

    Two plays in the fall and spring (Upper & Middle Schools). In winter 2019, there is a special All-School musical. Acting classes also perform at the end of each semester.

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  • Best Featured Actress

    Amelia Wyckoff '18 wins the Best Featured Actress in a Musical award as "Little Sally" in the winter 2018 production of Urinetown.

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  • Seats in Seldin Center

    The Seldin Performing Arts Center's 482 orchestra seats retract to reveal a 2,000 sq. ft sprung floor used for a variety of performing arts and education programs.

Twenty-One Nominations for 2017-2018 Halo Awards



Jason Peck, Director of Theatre Arts

Shakespeare famously wrote: ‘To thine own self be true.’ The St. Luke's theatre program aims to help each student achieve that noble objective by encouraging them to step into their true self, to awaken artistic passions, and to provide a theatrical catalyst for greater social awareness. How? By encouraging students to listen with the ear of their heart. And to encourage them to consider the ensemble as important as self. Regardless of future career paths, St. Luke's Theatre creates a strong foundation for collaborative, empathetic, artistic creation—a foundation for success in any field.”

Upcoming Shows





Seasons of Love: RENT



A Lesson in Satire: Avenue Q

 


Middle School Drama: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow