Thursday, February 17, 4:30pm
Friday, February 18, 4:30pm and 7:00pm
Black Box Theater
St. John’s Middle School presents Orange is the New Glass by Tyler Dwiggins. In a fairy-tale kingdom obsessed with pop culture and social media, fairy godmothers are lawyers and the Three Little Pig-arazzi chase celebrities. But when Cinderella leaves her self-absorbed prince and winds up in jail with an unlikely girl squad, she doesn't just cause a sensation--she starts a revolution. A warmhearted comedy full of clever characters.
Featuring performances from Class 6 and 7 students Anjilea Holm, Shelby Kuhl, Avery Pollock,
Tate Allen, Yutia Li, Wanya Zafar, Julian Tan, Ashley Smith, Patrick Toups, Amelia Paine, Maya Kadia, Sarah Clark, Cameron Baird, Kayla Bayazitoglu, Sophia Ramachandran, Nathalie McDaniel, Ailey Takashima, Macy Vanderbloemen, Elliott David, Jack Williams, Dancy Yates, Zaid Alousi, and Ailey Takashima.
The production is stage managed by Upper School students Drew Adams and Ally Rodriguez. Tickets may be purchased at the door or online via credit card. Seating is general admission and ticket cost is $13. As seating is very limited in the Black Box Theatre, please consider purchasing your tickets in advance.