• Congratulations to the Cast of Shrek, The Musical, Jr.!

    Shrek The Musical Junior 2018 Cast

     COUNTDOWN TO TECH WEEK: 

    1 REHEARSAL

     Here's what's happening January 22 to January 26:                                                             

     MONDAY, January 22:   

    3:00-4:30p CALLED:  ALL

    4:30-5:15p CALLED:  Fiona, Shrek, Donkey

    7:00-8:00p: PARENT MEETING in the School Library

    FRIDAY, January 26:  

    12:15-2:00p:  CALLED: ALL

    2:00-3:00p:  CALLED:  Dragon, Dragonettes, Donkey

     

    REMINDERS:

    ♦ A link to purchase tickets will be sent to the cast by 6p, Sunday, January 14. Sales open to the general public on Wednesday, January 17.

    ♦ Be sure to check the Costume Memo and get any additional items you might need.

    ♦ Please be sure your calendar is clear for Tech Week (Jan. 29 to Feb. 3). Everyone needs to attend EVERY rehearsal. There are no exceptions.

    ♦ There will be a parent meeting January 22 to touch base before Tech Week.

     

     

     Click here to access the Cast Folder (schedule, costume memo, hair styling and make up information, music) 

     

     

     

    St Anastasia will present

    Shrek, The Musical, Jr. 

    at the El Segundo Performing Arts Center

    Friday, February 2 at 7:00pm & Saturday, February 3 at 6:00pm

     Tickets Available Online in January 2018

     

     

St. Anastasia School Musical

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    For over 15 years, St. Anastasia Catholic School has produced student musicals such as Bye-bye Birdie, Fiddler on the Roof Jr, The Sound of Music, Oklahoma! Jr, Godspell Jr, Aladdin Jr, and Willy Wonka Jr. All interested students in grades 5-8 may participate and auditions are conducted for specific roles.  This extraordinary event culminates in two shows in February and is part of the Performing Arts Program of St. Anastasia. Students have conveyed numerous stories of how participating in the musical has changed their lives. One child wrote her high school entrance exam letter about the roles that she had in the musicals. She spoke of the confidence it gave her to believe in herself.  Other children that start off hiding in the back are smiling and moving with confidence by show time.  The musical program is much more than putting on a stage production.  Under the umbrella of a school musical, it develops vocal skills, dance, acting, confidence and public speaking. Performances are sponsored in part by the Msgr. Royale M. Vadakin Arts and Education Fund and the William H. Hannon Foundation.

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