A Message from the Artistic Director
Here at Jesuit Drama, the safety of our patrons, students and staff is our highest concern.
Based on the latest guidance from the California Department of Public Health concerning small and large gatherings and recommendations on social distancing in the Executive Order issued by Governor Newsom on the evening of March 12, it is with deep regret that we must inform you of the postponement of our 2020 Spring Musical MOV3!
We will keep you updated with new information as it becomes available, and we look forward to seeing you all in our Black Box soon. Read more here.
All our best,
Ed Trafton, ‘84
Jesuit Drama Artistic Director
About Jesuit Drama
Jesuit Drama celebrates over 50 years of producing student-centered, process-oriented work in the Ignatian tradition.
Jesuit Drama students come together and work according to five core values:
Our program produces at least three shows a year: a fall play, a winter musical, and a spring touring-show, and there are several opportunities for our many talented students to participate both on and off stage.
We look forward to seeing you in our theater!
Jesuit Drama hosts an Info Meeting before every production begins. It’s a chance for any and all who are interested in working on and off stage to “come find out what the show’s about.” We’ll announce the show, talk about auditions, explain how to sign up for tech, give you a handout with everything you might need to know about joining us, and provide time to answer any questions that you might have.
All are welcome!
“All are welcome” to attend our auditions.
Information about the production, schedules, audition requirements and guidelines and optional audition workshops are shared at the Info Meetings. No experience is necessary. All are welcome!
Jesuit Drama looks forward to working with students who are kind, open, ready to learn, ready to work, and ready to have fun.
Let us know how we can help!
Students interested in working in production should attend the Info Meetings to find out about the several tech opportunities that range from stage management, design internships, production run crew, and all the various departments such as construction, costuming, digital-design, film, house management, lighting, and sound.
During production, Jesuit Drama students collaborate with and are instructed by dedicated, professional theater artists, designers and technicians.
No experience necessary. All are welcome!