St. Joseph Regional High School’s Award-winning Performing Arts Program Presents
9-TIME TONY AWARD NOMINATED COMEDY hilarious madcap quirky over-the-top characters glorious belly laughs shenanigans screwball plot wild deft comedy fall-down funny dynamite ludicrous memorable wonderful slapstick witty cheeky must-see raucous amusingly splendid crazy uproarious knee-slapping.
THURSDAY, MAY 16TH– 7PM
FRIDAY, MAY 17TH– 7PM
SATURDAY, MAY 18TH– 7PM
SUNDAY, MAY 19TH– 3PM
The Award Winning Performing Arts Program at SJR Presents the Tony Award Winning musical: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Friday, April 13 - Saturday, April 14
Friday April 20 - Saturday, April 21
All seats reserved
Luke Berninger '19 & Mr. John Asselta discuss SJR's upcoming Comedy NightUploaded Nov 28, 2017
The Award Winning Performing Arts Program will present Neil Simon’s hilarious comedy “Rumors.” “Rumors” revolves around a dinner party where the host is accidently shot before his guests arrive. As couples show up for the party, each one tries to cover up what’s happening and in so doing, uncovers issues in their own lives and their relationships with each other.Uploaded Apr 25, 2017. Also listed in Discover SJR
The Award Winning Performing Arts program at St. Joseph Regional High School Presented West Side Story Winter 2017Uploaded Jan 24, 2017
The Saint Joseph Regional Chorus sings "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas". The SJR Chorus includes current students as well as girls from IHA, Holy Angels and other area schools.
Published on Dec 20, 2016
The award-winning Performing Arts Program of Saint Joseph Regional High School, performed the Northeast Regional Premier of Ordinary People in April 2016 in the Inserra Theater.
The best-selling book by Judith Guest, which was later made into the movie that won the Academy Award for Best Picture, will be performed by boys from St. Joe’s and girls from various high schools throughout Bergen County. Ordinary People is a 1980 American drama that concerns the disintegration of an upper-middle class family in Lake Forest, Illinois, following the death of one of their sons in a boating accident. The story deals with family conflict, survivor guilt, suicide and the healing power of therapy. Many have attributed the acceptance of family therapy by mainstream Americans to the popularity of this movie.
On March 22nd the three senior St Joe’s Stars sang at a Night of FUTURE Broadway Stars a benefit for Covenant House. Besides the event raising over $50,000 for Covenant House, the St Joe’s Boys stole the show with this beautiful song from “Sweeney Todd” arranged by St. Joe’s Alumni Brian Walters. In addition, Chris Cheeseman was the top fundraiser raising over $3,500 for the homeless teens of Covenant House. Watch, enjoy and be proud of the St. Joe’s Performing Arts Program.Uploaded Mar 23, 2016