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, "
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!
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