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News Release
One-Night-Only Event Marks a Milestone in Jesuit's Storied Theatre Program (Photo) - 12/21/17

BEAVERTON, Ore. -- In January 1998, Jesuit High School's drama students reached a new stage when The Alex L Parks Performing Arts Center officially opened. Two decades later, on January 6, 2018, more than 50 notable alumni of Jesuit's nationally-recognized drama program return to celebrate this special place, and work to secure its future as a state-of-the-art resource for students yet to come.

JANUARY 6, 2018
Reception at 6:30 pm, Performance at 7:30 pm

"We're celebrating a place that our alums found while they were students at Jesuit High School," says Drama Co-Director Jeff Hall. "It's gratifying to see them so enthusiastic about returning to that place."

Part "where are they now" and part "dance down memory lane," this one-night-only event will reprise some of the favorite moments of the past 20 years (and beyond) on the Marilyn Moyer Theatre stage, featuring performances by JHS favorites including Mike McKinsey, Marianna Thielen, Isaac Lamb, Courtney Freed, Nick Ardell, Abby Irwin, Bryce Earhart, Kathleen Hooper, Drew Schmidt, Isabel Klein, Jon Matter, Casey Collins, Brandon Gille and dozens more.

"It is really exciting to reunite some of our ensembles, from key players in our production of LES MISERABLES to the ogre, princess, and donkey from SHREK," says Hall. "We will have alums on hand from the very first production performed in the Performing Arts Center (ONCE ON THIS ISLAND, recently revived on Broadway), and will feature performances by the current cast of our upcoming production of NEWSIES."

WATCH WHAT HAPPENS when incredible talent from across the years -- from those who are now professional performers to those who simply can't wait to get back on this stage again -- join forces to celebrate the performing arts at Jesuit High School.

The evening begins with a reception in the lobby of the PAC at 6:30 pm, and includes a complimentary dessert bar at intermission. Following intermission, a raffle drawing will select one lucky winner for a night on the town, including two orchestra-level seats to HAMILTON at the Keller Auditorium on April 4 and a $100 gift card to downtown Portland restaurant Swank and Swine.

On January 6th, however, the Marilyn Moyer Theatre in Jesuit High School's Alex L. Parks Performing Arts Center will be "the room where it happens" for a one-night-only performance not to be missed. Click here for tickets.

For more information about the 2017-18 JHS Drama Season, visit


About Jesuit High School: Founded in 1956 by the Society of Jesus, Jesuit High School is Oregon's only secondary school in the Ignatian tradition of excellence in education. Our 1,269 students represent a diverse mix of young men and women from the Portland metro area and southwest Washington.

Jesuit High School's mission is to educate "men and women for others." Our graduates are leaders who are religious, loving, intellectually competent, committed to doing justice, and open to growth. Jesuit is the recipient of two U.S. Department of Education Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Awards, a U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Award for its sustainability efforts, and 13 Oregonian Cup Awards for outstanding achievement in academics, school activities, athletics, and sportsmanship. More information can be found online at