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Isaiah Says, We Listen

Isaiah Says, We Listen

November 2, 2017

Jesuit High School Drama has been beyond busy in the months leading up to this year’s fall play, Isaiah Says, which is unlike anything we’ve seen out of the Black Box in recent years. Isaiah Says is a documentary play about one of the most prevalent...

Presidencies Performed

Presidencies Performed

November 29, 2016

This year’s play “44 Plays for 44 Presidents” was an excellent insight to the history of the United States and it’s leadership, capturing each president and his mark on history in just two minutes apiece. It managed to display the importance of th...

Refining the rhythm

Refining the rhythm

November 28, 2016

Jordan Pink ‘18 and Nico Zill ‘18, selected by Band Director Mr. John Cargile, are this year’s new drum majors for the Jesuit High School Marauder Band. “I opted for two Junior drum majors instead of one Senior drum major so that they work ...

Setting the Stage

Setting the Stage

October 20, 2016

This fall, production Stage Manager Nick Lopez ‘17 is already hard at work on 44 Plays for 44 Presidents, a satirical production that retraces history. The play contains a short skit about each president that has been in office, as well as, in Je...

Casting the fall play

Casting the fall play

October 20, 2016

The past few weeks have been eventful for those students who wished to win roles in Jesuit High School’s play this Fall: “44 Plays For 44 Presidents”. The audition process had several steps for auditionees to prove their abilities. In the end, th...

Planning for the future

Planning for the future

September 20, 2016

This Thursday, Sept. 22, at 6:30pm, the College Fair for Private and Parochial Schools will be held  at Christian Brothers High School. At the event, students from all grade levels will be able to meet with representatives from many colleges and unive...

Working through the conflicts

Working through the conflicts

August 30, 2016

On August 24th, a large crowd consisting mainly of Jesuit High School Marauders and Saint Francis High School  Troubadours gathered together in the Jesuit Drama Black Box for the 50th Fall Play Information Meeting. Almost all the rows were full as Sopho...

A record-breaking performance

A record-breaking performance

March 23, 2016

Jesuit High School’s most recent musical performance, “Xanadu,” set attendance and box office records, becoming the first production in Jesuit Drama’s 49 year history to completely sell out for all 11 performances. Putting together a brand ne...

Strings attached

Strings attached

March 14, 2016

John Almazan ‘17 began playing violin at eight years old, joined the Sacramento Youth Symphony Orchestra in the eighth grade, and now is Concertmaster in the Jesuit High School Advanced Orchestra. During his Freshman year, John experienced successes with the Ad...

Art Interview Highlight-Kyle Guthrie

Art Interview Highlight-Kyle Guthrie

January 8, 2016

Kyle Guthrie ‘16 has been drawing sketches and doodles since fifth grade , but only when he began Jesuit High School’s Studio Art classes was he able to refine his skill and grow as an artist. Though he has recently begun dabbling in abstract art,...

Starting to prepare for the winter musical

Starting to prepare for the winter musical

December 16, 2015

December 2: On Wednesday, a group of high schoolers convened in Jesuit High School’s Black Box Theater to learn about Jesuit’s upcoming winter musical. Mr. Edward Trafton ‘84, Jesuit Drama’s Artistic Director, emerged in front of the crowd to g...

A new face under the lights

A new face under the lights

December 15, 2015

Gabe Rogers ‘19 was the only freshman on the cast of Jesuit High School’s fall play Terror Stories, and he appreciated the opportunities that being in the production provided him.    Before arriving at Jesuit, Gabe did not have much interest in dra...

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