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This Fall's Play - The Birds
 
This fall's play is The Birds!  Performances will be Nov. 10 & 11 at 7pm and Nov. 12 at 2pm at Seton Catholic's Performing Arts Center.  Tickets are available at the door for $5.  Come see the talent of our Seton Catholic students and have a great evening /afternoon out!
 
 
 
Welcome to Seton Catholic Drama
 
The Drama program at Seton Catholic provides student with a variety of opportunities to get involved in performing arts.  The Drama Department classes and school productions examine the human condition as portrayed in plays and observed in life. They train the student to improve self expression through understanding the voice, body, emotions and intellect. Seton Catholic offers various forms of theatre including classical and contemporary productions. 
 
Seton's Comprehensive Drama Program Opportunities
In addition to acting, students head up and work makeup and hair teams, help build sets, run lights and sound, manage props, and can interview for positions such as stage manager, assistant director, or a variety of design positions.
 
 
Two Theatrical Productions
In addition to acting, students head up and work makeup and hair teams, help build sets, run lights and sound, manage props, and can interview for positions such as stage manager, assistant director, or a variety of design positions.
 
ESU National Shakespeare Competition
The winner from Seton Catholic Prep progresses to the Portland branch competition, and that winner proceeds to the National Finals at Lincoln Center in New York. Elizabeth took home the regional award last year!
 

 
 
 
Workshops
Past workshops have included Shakespeare and Musical Theater
 
 
Drama Director, Linda Scheurman, lscheurman@setonhigh.org, graduated from Trinity University and has acted, taught, studied and directed in San Antonio, Ashland, Portland and throughout Washington.  She previously taught drama and choir at Central Catholic High School in Portland Oregon, and has directed both community theater and musical productions as well as acting workshops in the Pacific NW.  She directs the Contemporary Choir at All Saints Parish in Portland and is a professional bass player making professional appearances in the Portland area.  She is presently writing a text for drama teachers featuring a creative action driven approach to theater history.  
 
 
"Over the past five years I have worked to develop the Seton Drama Program, which currently boasts two major theatrical productions per year, an annual alumni dinner theater production, Shakespeare and performance workshops, and participation in the ESU National Shakespeare Competition.  I am deeply grateful to the many students, alumni, parents, administrators, faculty and staff who have helped and supported this ongoing process."  
 
Linda Scheurman, Drama Director