PS Theater Students Ready Stage for Fall Play

Students have been coming in after school and on weekends this fall to learn theatrical carpentry and painting while making the set for the Prep School’s fall play, The Monstrum, come alive. They've worked alongside professional carpenters, painters, theater teacher Jason Maracani and the School’s new technical director, Luke Lourigan, to learn power tools and professional scenic painting techniques. Thanks to new costume, prop-making and building opportunities the PS theater department has been able to offer this year, they have 18 students working on design and backstage roles — one of their highest numbers on a single production to date! From floating eyeballs to megalithic standing stones, their work has created a perfectly eerie world for the fall horror show to take place! Head to Photos of the Week to see more behind the scenes photos!

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