Xavier C and John S in character with much dramatic flair

The Fall performance of David Ives' Lives of the Saints, is a hit! Running for two weekends, November 12-14 and November 18-20 students take the stage at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 5 p.m.

The production is described as, "This is not Butler’s stories of the heavenly saints, but rather a comedic, abstract look at everyday stories of daily miracles and the simple saints that invite us to reflect upon our experience.  These seven one-acts can confuse and leave questions unresolved, but the tales they portray seek to make life better."

St. Xavier English teacher, Sean Cahill has this enthusiastic endorsement after opening night, "The script demands that the students stretch themselves and they do. To a person, their performances were remarkable. I was especially impressed by the ingenuity and energy behind the acting. The set, lighting, and sound were also perfect. Not a glitch onstage or around it the entire night. Really very impressive. Well done, TX! My family and I had a genuinely good (and thought provoking) time!

Please click here for tickets to remaining performances:  https://theatrexavier.ludus.com/index.php

Curtain call, the entire cast on stage for Lives of the Saints

 

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