Involvement in Regis Jesuit Theatre is a wonderful way for students to express themselves creatively, grow in their abilities and discover a wonderful group of friends anchored in an environment of care and support.
Regis Jesuit Theatre is proud to present Martyr's Crossing as its fall production. Written by Melissa Leilani-Larson, Martyr's Crossing is a courageous and thought-provoking story about faith and the life of Joan of Arc as seen through the eyes of St. Catherine. Fall performances are scheduled for November 2-4, 2023.
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Home to the Drama Club Troupe #6996 and RJ Theatre, The Z is located on the second floor of the Steele Center in the middle of campus. The easiest access is from the main parking lot for the Girls Division building on the northeast side of campus. You may also park in the main lot for the Boys Division on the south side of campus.
NO! Everyone is welcome. No experience is necessary. There are all types of opportunities both on and off the stage including set design, costumes, makeup, props, sound, lighting, building, painting, publicity, house management, etc.
Our goal is to have as many students involved as possible. That said, there is no guarantee that all who audition will get a part. However, there are plenty of opportunities for everyone to participate either on stage or behind the scenes. Being on the technical crew involves all aspects of putting a show together from set design to the finished stage project. Through this format, students on the crew will gain invaluable experience in all areas of stage production. Their support is critical to the success of each production.
All Drama Club members are eligible to participate in the Colorado Thespian Conference (ThesCon) in December. There are also occasional collaborations with other groups/events within the school, as well as with outside organizations such as long-time RJ partner Cleo Parker Robinson Dance.
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