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Upper School Play: My Big Greek Tragedy

60’s dance music for a Greek tragedy? An Oedipus who raps? On Friday, May 3, at 7 pm, and on Saturday, May 4, at 4 pm, Upper School actors will perform My Big Greek Tragedy in the Wyckoff Family Black Box. This play will capture its viewers’ attention through its comedic adaptations of widely loved...

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A Recap of SLS’ First “Evening of Poetry”

Students and teachers are raving about the success of St. Luke’s first “Evening of Poetry,” which took place on February 5. The night’s schedule was filled with readings from over thirty student poets and a handful of teachers as well. After hot cider and cookies in the cafe and a short introduction from Mr. Flachsbart,...

English Department to Host Evening Poetry Reading
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English Department to Host Evening Poetry Reading

Next week, the English Department will be hosting a poetry reading to highlight student poets in the St. Luke’s Community in celebration of student voices. On February 5th from 6:00-7:30pm, in the new humanities wing, students and teachers will have an open stage to express their innermost thoughts and sentiments. Students are encouraged to read...

The Wolves: A Review
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The Wolves: A Review

On Saturday, January 5, at 7:00 p.m., my friends and I went to see Sarah DeLappe’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated play The Wolves presented by the St. Luke’s Theatre Company (SLTC). The SLTC productions are performed by St. Luke’s Advanced Acting class students. Prior to seeing the play, I had absolutely no idea what to expect. The...

Frankenstein Turns 200!
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Frankenstein Turns 200!

Artwork by Samantha Schwartz ’21 St. Luke’s is participating in the international celebration of the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. During the week of October 22, Upper Schoolers were prompted to create a story in 45 minutes that reflected the themes and values of the novel. Since the Upper School could not gather in...

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19 Faculty Members Display Artwork in New Exhibition

Located by the English office, the new art exhibition space displays a collection of 39 pieces that were created by 19 teachers. Representing the art department, Mr. Lynch and Ms. Yankura both have pieces scattered across the wall. However, there are a few unexpected artists who have pieces in this collection. Evidently, a thirst for...

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Upper School Fall Play: The 39 Steps

On Friday, November 9th, at 7 pm, and on Saturday, November 10th, also at 7 pm, the Upper School play, The 39 Steps, will be performed. The talented cast and crew have been working hard, and the play will surely be entertaining and fantastic. The play is perfect for those who are interested in spies,...

La Vie Bohéme
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La Vie Bohéme

A light shines on a boy in the corner of the stage. He gives a quick introduction of himself and some context. The scene opens. The live band conducted by Mr. Griffa started playing softly. With that, the audience was treated to a riveting and touching revival of Jonathan Larson’s musical, Rent, with its heart-rending...