The Visual & Performing Arts Program at Jesuit High School seeks to develop and cultivate the creative imagination of each of our students, who then bear witness to the beauty and imagination of God alive in our world.
The Arts teach our students to be creative, collaborative, compassionate and confident – skills that will serve them in all lifelong endeavors.
The Arts provide a platform for dialogue when all other discourse fails, and serve as a vehicle for social change.
Finally, we believe the Arts are the gateway by which God is given a human form that has the power to concretely impact and transform the lives of our students. This encounter helps them discover the greatness within themselves, and ultimately, in all of humanity.
Join King Arthur and his wacky Knights of the Round Table for an evening of laughter, singing, dancing, and silliness as they go on a tune-filled search for the Holy Grail.
Monty Python’s Spamalot (School Edition) runs for three weeks in the Black Box Theater of Jesuit High School, located in the Harris Center at the back of the school (O’Donnell Drive off Fair Oaks Boulevard):
Thursday, March 16 – 7:30pm; Friday, March 17 – 7:30pm; Saturday, March 18 – 7:30pm