We invite you to tap into your creativity at Saint James. The arts—Music, Visual Art, Theatre, and Dance—are an integral part of school life. Our faculty encourages and nurtures beginners, and guides more advanced students to grow in their sophistication. Involvement in the arts fosters empathy and understanding, and involves students in creative collaboration. Many young men and women who never thought of themselves as artists have discovered and developed talents they did not know they had.
Beginning in the Second Form, students are introduced to the arts through a survey course exploring all areas of fine arts available at Saint James. Those who wish to focus on the arts may receive intensive training over four years in order to prepare for arts study at the college level.
Jack Harvey '17, Naydia Rowe '17, Martin McGuigan '17, and Alexia Tiches '18 are presenting:
Delia Dancer, Doughnut Girl
By Martin R. Collin
Delia Dancer, Doughnut Girl is a modern melodrama that chronicles a ridiculous day and the challenges and struggles of a young woman who makes a living manufacturing doughnuts and sweet pastries in a small town doughnut factory. Structured as a radio program complete with phony commercials, parody songs, audience participation, and listener call-in spots, Delia Dancer, Doughnut Girl stretches theatrical forms but is deeply rooted in awful puns and wrapped around an apple pie and a cup of coffee of small town life.