THE SCHEME OF THE DRIFLTESS SHIFTER
by Carolyn Lane
directed by Danae Harlow
adapted from Gilbert & Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance” by Jon Jory
directed by Elli Sensing
LOGOS GYM STAGE
May 6&7, 7pm
May 8, 2pm
(Doors open 30 minutes prior to curtain)
Tickets on sale at the door:
$5 students & seniors (Secondary students get one free show)
$25 max per household
Questions? Email Danae Harlow at email@example.com
The drama activities at Logos School not only fulfill the desires of many students to act in a quality, enjoyable production, we believe drama also enhances the rhetoric skills we seek to build.
- This program really begins in the elementary years through the many skits done in bi-monthly assemblies.
- Then in junior high the students may perform in a short play, frequently a melodrama, fairy tale, or legend.
- In high school, we offer both a junior varsity and varsity program. The latter is typically a three-act, full production, requiring the best from the students.
We offer all these productions through the principles of Phil. 4:8, dwelling on what is worthwhile and noble.