Cymbeline

posted Jul 9, 2009, 4:50 PM by Edward Mansager   [ updated Jul 15, 2009, 1:50 PM ]
On June 4th, the students in grades 6-12 performed Shakespeare’s Cymbeline to an appreciative audience of parents, teachers, and students. Using a creative mixture of recorded and live music to supplement the student actors, Director Seraphim Winslow produced a humorous and lively play that kept the crowd cheering throughout the evening. Cymbeline, the “Chinese dragon of Shakespeare’s canon,” is notoriously difficult to stage due to its large number of characters and settings, but the St. John’s players gave a wonderful show that showcased a number of talented performers and benefitted from the particpation of all the students.

See the photo album for more photos of the event.

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