The Fine Arts department at USJ is known for its show stopping productions given by our Middle and Upper School students. Several Upper School musicals have been nominated for the Orpheum’s High School Musical Theatre Awards, which is part of the National High School Musical Theatre Awards program including 30 programs from across the United States. Aside from performance opportunities, students are also able to take on the responsibilities of set design, choreography, and other activities required for a production. Upper School students are also heavily involved in assisting our Middle School students with their productions. Whether its choreography or backstage supervision, Upper School students gain knowledge of the working parts of a musical aside from performance. Through this, Middle School students are given the opportunity to connect with and learn from those older than them. When involved in a USJ musical, each student experiences firsthand the process of putting on a show from beginning to end.
How To Get Tickets
PATRONS & SPONSORS: Our patrons and sponsors will email [email protected] to secure their seats. The deadline to secure your seats will be Tuesday, the week of the show. After that, all seats will be open to the public for purchase.
If there are any questions or concerns, please email Erica Davidson at [email protected]
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