All Middle and Upper School students have the opportunity to create a personal digital gallery of their artistry (both performing and visual) while at St. Andrew's. Click here to visit the student galleries.
The St. Andrew’s Players return to the MacDonald Hall stage this weekend to present their first musical to a live, in-person audience since February 2020. The show, the musical adaptation of Victor Hugo’s seminal work, “Les Misérables,” is proving to be both a worthy curtain call for veteran Players as well as an exciting challenge for new Players.
"Do I Know You?," an evening of comedic one-acts debuting Friday night, celebrates the return of the St. Andrew's Players, the Upper School acting ensemble, to performing before an audience on the MacDonald Hall stage.
Walker Borgmann ’22 has always been curious about technology, especially the intricacies of video production. When he arrived at St. Andrew’s as a seventh grader, he took that curiosity and ran with it.
From the cast to the crew, all members of the St. Andrew’s Players had to learn new parts this year, going from stage performers and backstage maestros to virtual actors, artists, and editors, culminating in the highly technical and creative production of this year’s Upper School winter musical, “Working.”
As part of her Senior Service Project, Sophia James '20 is curating and developing an online art gallery designed to create a sanctuary for creative expression and bring the St. Andrew's community together through art.
With three underclassmen cast as leads and supported by the largest cast and crew for an Upper School musical in recent years, this weekend’s production of “Legally Blonde” celebrates the deep talent pool and future possibilities for the St. Andrew’s Players.