Drama Tag

Tickets for the school play, You Can’t Take It With You, presented by HYStat from Hill York, will be available online or by phone at 877.766.8157 starting Monday, March 19. Ticket prices are $25 for premium seating and $15 for regular seating both nights—Friday, April 6, at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, April 7, at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.We look forward to experiencing this exciting and comical performance!...

Save the dates for this year’s play: You Can’t Take It With You sponsored by HYStat from Hill York. This show is a fast-paced comedic story of a zany family in the late 1930s. This family and their eccentric housemates don’t conform to typical family constructs, marching instead to the off-beat of their own drums. They do everything from collecting snakes to writing outrageous plays, to even making illegal fireworks! However, when their daughter falls in love with the son of a stuck-up business family, the two families and ideologies collide, and hijinks and hilarity ensue. The show dates and times are as follows:April 6...

Written by John Mills ’18 The Westminster Academy Fine Arts Department formally invites you to this year’s play: You Can’t Take It With You. We would like to thank this year’s sponsor Hill York’s HYStat for making our show possible. Some of you may recall that this show, written by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, was adapted into the 1938 Frank Capra romantic comedy film, starring Jimmy Stewart, Jean Arthur, Lionel Barrymore, and Edward Arnold. This show is a fast-paced comedic story of a zany family in the late 1930s. This family and their eccentric housemates don’t conform to typical family...

Westminster Academy junior, Caroline Cespedes, was selected for a second year to be one of 25 South Florida high school students to represent the Broward Center For The Performing Arts as a Teen Ambassador. Caroline has always had a great passion for the arts, and with this privilege, she will have the opportunity to view the hottest Broadway shows, extraordinary ballets, captivating operas, enchanting symphonies, and the charming family-fun series shows.You can see all of her reviews and behind-the-scenes experiences via her social media posts on Facebook @popartreviews. It’s a great way to see what’s happening at this world-class venue right in...

A familiar face is walking the WA halls with a new purpose. This week we welcome back Mrs. Lisa Wilson as our Director of Fine Arts.Mrs. Wilson is a graduate of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey, having studied organ with Robert Carwithen and conducting with Joseph Flummerfelt. She spent 12 years as the Upper School Chorus Teacher before moving to Augusta, Georgia. She was instrumental in forming the fine arts program at WA, where under her direction, the choir consistently won superior awards in national competitions and performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral and famous European...