2017 Spring Musical - Curtains

A show-stopping combination of classic murder mystery and musical theatre, CJ’s Spring Musical Curtains is certainly one to look forward to! 

Due to construction, however, there will be a few logistical changes to the show this year. Curtains will be held at Kennedy High School, located at 500 Woods Mill Rd, Manchester, MO 63011.
The fastest way to reach Kennedy from Cor Jesu is by merging onto I-44 W from Elm Avenue and Rock Hill Road. From Highway 44, take exit 272 to merge onto MO-141 N toward Valley Park. After merging onto 141 N, turn right at Burgundy Lane; take another right at the first street immediately after onto Wood Mills Road. The Kennedy front parking lot is just a quick drive from there.
Please arrive through the main entrance, which is signaled by a green-and-white cross and located directly next to a Kennedy sign. The theater and will call tables are just a short walk straight from the front doors.
The show premieres March 30th, March 31st, and April 1st at 7:00 P.M., and the cast and crew would love to see you there!

Online sales begin on Thursday, March 9th.  Advance tickets are $7.00 and can be purchased by clicking here.  Tickets can also be purchased at the door for $10.00.
If you have any further logistical questions, please e-mail House Manager Elisa McAtee at

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Theater Curriculum

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  • FA100 Introduction to the Fine Arts

    Grade 9 Level 4.3 ½ Credit Sem 1 or 2
    This course is an introduction to the three major areas of the fine arts: music, art, and theatre. Included with music reading, studio art, and basic theatre training will be theory, history, and techniques in each field.
  • TA203 Theatre Production

    Grades 10-12 Level 4.3 ½ Credit Sem 2
    This class (formerly Children’s Theatre) will examine the wealth of children’s literature and its adaptability to live performances, emphasizing prepared scripts and culminating in live performances for area grade schools. Throughout the semester the students will be fully involved in the rehearsal and performance process. Enrollment is limited to 20 students.

    Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Acting or departmental signature
  • TA208 Fundamentals of Acting

    Grades 10-12 Level 4.3 ½ Credit Sem 1 or 2
    This activity-oriented course is designed to introduce students to the art of the actor while building upon the student’s creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration. Students will investigate the basic principles of acting and character analysis, along with theatre etiquette, the audition process and basic stage and rehearsal terms.
  • TA211 Independent Study in Theatre Stage Management

    Grade 12 Level 4.3 ½ Credit Sem 1
    This is an advanced course designed for those students seriously interested in all phases of a theatrical production. Students will work closely with instructor on the various aspects of stage management for the annual fall play.

    Prerequisite: Departmental signature
  • TA220 Independent Study in Theatre Stage Directing

    Grade 12 Level 4.3 ½ Credit Sem 2
    This is an advanced course designed for those students interested in directing a high school performance. This course includes detailed studies of directing with emphasis on casting, blocking, sound and lighting techniques, set design and production organization for the play presented in the theatre production class.

    Prerequisites: Theatre Production and departmental signature