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Performances & Concerts

Performing Arts

Students in Grades 2-12 have several opportunities for creative expression in the Performing Arts by involvement in the Drama Club, One-Act Play, and Spring Musical. Grades 1 & 6 also put on a yearly Passion Play. 

  • Drama Club (7-12)
    • High school students meet weekly to experience improvisational exercises, learn techniques for performing on the stage, and develop skills for auditions. Students who don’t want to perform, but would like to contribute other skills such as sets, costuming, lights and sound, are also encouraged to participate.
    • Advisor: Mrs. Tricia Roddy, 651-925-8754
  • One-Act Play (7-12)
    • Students perform a One-Act play as part of Art Night in January. Students do not need to be a member of the Drama Club, but it is encouraged. Rehearsals are scheduled based on the availability of the actors.
    •  Advisor: Mrs. Tricia Roddy, 651-925-8754
  • Passion Play (1, 6)
    • Students in grade 6 and grade 1 combine skills to present a moving Passion Play before Easter.
    • Advisors: 6th grade teachers
  • Spring Musical (2-12)
    • The Saint Agnes Spring Musical offers students who love to sing, dance, and act the opportunity to perform. It is open to all students in grades 2-12 and is highly regarded as one of the best productions in the area.
    • Advisor: Mr. David Johnson, 651-925-8721
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2021-2022 Band Concerts

  • 5-12  Advent Concert  
    • Thursday, December 16 
  • 7-12  Spring Concert 
    • Thursday, May 12
  • 4-6 Spring Concert  
    • May 17

 

2021-2022 Choir Concerts

  • 7-12 Nine Lessons and Carols 
    • Sunday, December 12
  • K-3 Advent Concert
    • December 13
  • 4-6 Advent Concert
    • December 14
  • 7-12 Sacred Concert
    • March 20
  • K-3 Spring Concert 
    • May 16
  • 4-6 Spring Concert  
    • May 17

 

Young actors portraying Mary holding the body of Jesus

helene houle auditorium

The addition of the Helene Houle Auditorium in 2017 was made possible through the gifts of many donors, but most especially through the humbling generosity of John Nasseff and Helene Houle, who provided major funding. With state of the art sound and lighting, the auditorium seats 482 and is used not only for concerts and performances, but assemblies, classes, speakers, and more.