Jesuit High School Theatre Kicks Off 25th Anniversary Season on November 3

Jesuit High School Theatre Kicks Off 25th Anniversary Season on November 3

The 2022-23 Jesuit High School Theatre Season begins next week with the high energy comedy THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG, performing in the Moyer Theatre November 3-6, Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 pm, and Sunday at 2 pm. All seats are $10 for all ages ($8 for current Jesuit HS students).

THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG features a play within a play, as the Cornley Drama Society presents "Murder at Haversham Manor," a murder mystery just beyond the earnest troupe's capabilities. As the title suggests, things don't entirely go as planned. The result is a madcap adventure that – literally – brings down the house.

THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG is just the start of an exciting 25th Anniversary Season in the Alex L. Parks Performing Arts Center. In February, we'll return to The Emerald City with THE WIZARD OF OZ. The spring production is 26 PEBBLES, which examines the ripple effects of the Sandy Hook tragedy.

Season subscribers can see three great shows for one low price and are guaranteed access to the best available seating all year long. Subscribers also get early access to Jesuit's other productions: THE 24-HR PLAYS, FRESHMAN ENSEMBLE, and Jesuit High School's PLAYWRITING FESTIVAL.

Visit our website for more information and to purchase tickets.