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‘A Christmas Carol’ heralds new approach to classic story
Photo by Cory Wyman ’16 – Jack Rose ’16 (left) and Erick Deyden ’17 (right) practice the first act of “A Christmas Carol” Nov. 10. By Jose Cardenas ’16 THE ROUNDUP “A Christmas Carol,” the classic story about a miser and his change of heart through a life journey during Christmas, is set to take the Brophy stage Nov. 19. While the tale has been told and retold throughout the…
Thespian Caruso awarded nationally
By P. Erik Meyer ’14 THE ROUNDUP The National Youth Arts awards honored recent graduate Kasey Caruso ’13 with the “Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play” award for his performance in “A Few Good Men.” Caruso played the role of Lt. J.G. Daniel Kaffee in last year’s production. According to a press release, the National Youth Arts awards reviewed more than 300 performances last year to determine the honorees. To be considered for…
‘A Few Good’ Men takes the stage
Photos by Casey Weinstein ’13 THE ROUNDUP  Brophy and Xavier students performed “A Few Good Men” in the Black Box Theater Oct. 31, Nov. 1, 3, 7, 8, 10. Click here to see more photos from the play
Fall play poised for ‘A Few Good Men’
By Andrew Marini ’13 THE ROUNDUP Brophy/Xavier Theatre will light up the Black Box Theatre with Aaron Sorkin’s “A Few Good Men” this fall. The play will take place Oct. 31 as well as Nov. 1, 3, 7, 8 and 10  at 7p.m. Senior Kasey Caruso ’13 will star in the production. Most will know the title from the 1992 film directed by Rob Reiner, which featured Tom Cruise, Jack…
Cast, crew prepare for ‘Death of a Salesman’

By Jack Macias ’14
THE ROUNDUP
The acting crew seemed completely unfazed and focused amidst commotion: woodshop sounds in the back, the stage crew trying to get everything organized on the stage and actors rehearsing lines.

The stage seems like it is in a chaos.

But it’s not, said Ms. Dorothy Dunnion.

Spring musical promises ‘fedoras and zoot suits for everyone’

Brophy-Xavier Theatre presents the Broadway musical “Guys and Dolls” in Xavier’s Performing Arts Center March 18-20 at 7 p.m.

Tickets are available from cast members or Ms. Sandra Dennard in the Students Activities Center starting March 1 for $7.

For tickets, call Ms. Dennard at (602) 264-5291 Ext. 6285. Reservations placed with Ms. Dennard via telephone will be available at will call on the nights of the performance.

‘Grapes of Wrath’ ripens this fall

Spending two and a half hours a day after school for the next two months with Ms. Dorothy Dunnion memorizing pages and pages of dialogue might sound like some sort of punishment that not even Mr. Bopp could come up with

But for the cast of “The Grapes of Wrath,” this is just rehearsal.