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Fine Arts Performances and Events

The Spring Concert

The Music Department's Annual Spring Concert will be presented and recorded live for immediate family members on April 28th and 29th. 
Wednesday, April 28
7 pm
Thursday, April 297 pm

RSVP here to view videos of the Spring Concerts. 

Videos will be shared by May 1.

THANK YOU for supporting our previous performances and events in 2020-21! 

Together We Raise Our Voice

"Together We Raise Our Voice": A Performing Arts Review Highlighting Women in the Arts will be a digital compilation of a combination of types of art featuring female characters, authors and creators. Whether through song, word, dance or art the cast and crew of “Together We Raise Our Voices” will explore all aspects of the strength of women. Using quotes from impactful women like: Malala Yousafzai, Jane Austen, Maya Angelou and more for inspiration; this cabaret style performance will utilize the talents of the women of Saint Ursula to highlight women in the arts featuring popular and unique pieces of musical theatre, celebrating important historical women, stories from our Ursuline Heritage, and more. 


The Christmas Concert

The Christmas Concert is a cherished tradition at Saint Ursula. The Music Department invites you to join them in the Chapel for performances by the Freshman Chorus, Concert Choir, SUAVE, Guitar Ensemble, and Orchestra.

SUAVE Christmas Showcase

Enjoy the musical stylings of the members of the Saint Ursula Academy Vocal Ensemble as they sing the songs of the season both as soloists and as a group.

Directing Lab Festival of One-Acts

Join us for a two night Festival of One Acts directed by Ms. Hinkel’s class and performed by the Saint Ursula Academy students. Admission is free but donations are always graciously accepted.


Spring Production: "Freaky Friday"

Music and Lyrics by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey. Book by Bridget Carpenter. Based on the book by Mary Rodgers & subsequent film adaptations.

When an overworked mother and her teenage daughter magically swap bodies, they have just one day to put things right again. Katherine must navigate the struggles of being a high schooler. Including “the Hunt” a scavenger hunt through town led by Ellie’s crush Adam. While Ellie must try to run her mom’s catering business and prepare for her wedding which is the next day. By spending a day in each other's shoes, Katherine and Ellie come to appreciate one another's struggles, learn self-acceptance, and realize the immeasurable love and mutual respect that bond a mother and daughter.

Fine Arts Faculty

Allison Hinkel
Theatre Director
Fine Arts Department Co-Chair

513-961-3410 ext. 190

Katherine Jennings '09
Music Director 
Fine Arts Department Co-Chair

513-961-3410 ext. 194

Robert Brown
Music

513-961-3410 ext. 342

Carissa Patton-Young
Music 

513-961-3410 ext. 194

Kurt Nicaise
Art 

513-961-3410 ext. 352

Alison Probst
Design

513-961-3410 ext. 351

August Dice
Theater Space Event Coordinator and Production Assistant

513-961-3410 ext. 190