Each Spring Seton puts on a major musical production. Students in all grades 7-12 participate. Past musical productions include: Hello Dolly, Oliver, Music Man, Wizard of Oz, Meet Me in St. Louis, Annie Get Your Gun, Damn Yankees, Anything Goes, Bye Bye Birdie, My Fair Lady, Cinderella, Boomtown, Beauty & the Beast, King & I, Joseph & Technicolor Dreamcoat, Annie, Sound of Music, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and the Wizard of Oz!
Click here for the link to our 25 Years of Seton Musicals video. Go to setonmuscial.com for the latest information about the spring musical.
Seton School proudly presents our 2021 Spring Musical
Last Years Spring Musical
In the fall, students in all grades have the opportunity to participate in the fall play. This year, the Fall Play “Belles on Their Toes” is a fast-paced, sharply witty, deeply moving production about how families pull together in times of crisis. Featuring the best & brightest of the Seton Stage, this is an ensemble show you don’t want to miss! Plus, come see our special celebrity actor. One weekend only – purchase your tickets at the door. There’s only three chances to see this fantastic play. Past fall plays include: Deadwood Dick or a Game of Gold, Taming of the Shrew, Cheaper by the Dozen, Belles on Their Toes, Life with Mother Superior, Harvey, Arsenic and Old Lace, A Brief History of the Old Testament in 20 Minutes, The Mouse that Roared, A Salute to William Goldman’s Princess Bride, Amadeus, Cyrano, and last year’s Movie, Calapanta.
Last years Fall Play, “Belles on their Toes”!
Delightful is the word for the fall play last weekend. It was such a treat to see the synergy among the Gilbreth children. Each of the other characters filled their roles perfectly. There was just enough pathos to make the comic scenes even more hilarious. Thank you, Mr. Moore, Mrs. Orr, cast, crew, and all the dedicated volunteers, with special shout-outs to the costume ladies, Mrs. Santschi and Mrs. Murphy; to Mr. Cook, who can build anything; to sophomore Sophie Zadnik, who wields a mean paintbrush, and a welcome back to alum Scott Volpert, who hasn’t lost his touch on the sound and lights. And the Saturday evening dinner theater was a great addition.