On Stage

The SPS theatre program is committed to staging important modern plays, and to reclaiming classic plays. Our productions take risks. Risks can take many forms, from non-traditional casting to imaginative staging. For our students, it is important that each production offer substantial challenge for everyone involved in its making: actors are able to develop specific skills, while deepening their capacity for compassion and empathy. Rehearsal demands absolute commitment, and we place a firm focus on process over product. We are committed to making bold interpretative choices in order to surprise and excite our audiences.
With opportunities to act, direct and write, or to be part of our student tech crew, responsible for set construction, stage management, lighting and sound, the SPS Theatre Company is an inclusive community that, for many, becomes their home at SPS.
One Act Series
Directors: E. Abbruzzese, P. Fisher, A. Magloire, B. Letourneau, and L. White
Spring 2019
A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen (Dir. K. Kilfara)
Winter 2019
Antigone by Sophocles (Dir. H. Macgregor)
Fall 2018
One Act Series
Brand New Ancients by Kate Tempest (Dir. C. Amanfo)
Am I Blue by Beth Henley (Dir. R. Jacobsen)
Lockdown by Douglas Craven (Dir. Y. Won)
Spring 2018
Hamlet by William Shakespeare (Dir. H. Macgregor)
Concord Monitor article
Winter 2018
Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring (Dir. K. Kilfara)
Fall 2017
The Enemy by various (Dir. H. Macgregor)
Spring 2017
Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris (Dir. H. Macgregor)
Winter 2017
One Act Series
The Eros Trilogy: Roger & Miriam by Nicky Silver (Dir. J. Becker)
Distracted by Lisa Loomer (Dir. A. Friedman)
Closure by Robert Scott (Dir. C. Lopez-Balboa)
Animals out of Paper by Rajiv Joseph (Dir. G. Petty)
Fall 2016
Getting Away With Murder by Stephen Sondheim (Dir. K. Kilfara)
Spring 2016