An Evening of World Premieres

Our theatre season concludes with this traditional celebration of student-created work. It's an evening of world premieres as a collection of four short one-act plays, written, directed, and performed entirely by students, takes the spotlight. Join us for this festival of creativity and collaboration. 

This year's selections:

Written by Clare Mahoney
Directed by Frankie Mondeaux

Written by Elliot Hunt
Directed by Alex Payne

Written by Kekoa Dowsett
Directed by Morgan Beilstein

Written by Rhys Grawrock
Directed by Andrew Boschert

Presented in the E.L. Wiegand Studio Theatre, May 25-27; Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 pm. All seats are $8 for all ages, general admission.

Designed for family audiences with teen children and older.


Important Theatre Information

The Alex L. Parks Performing Arts Center is prominently located on Jesuit High School's campus at 9000 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy in Portland, 97225. The best parking lot to use is the main lot east of the Performing Arts Center, adjacent to Cronin Field.

The Box Office is located in the South Lobby of the Performing Arts Center, and opens one hour prior to each scheduled performance.

Seating in the Marilyn Moyer Theatre is reserved unless otherwise noted. Seating in the E.L. Wiegand Studio Theatre is general admission.

JHS Drama Productions each feature one ticket price for all ages. Current JHS students receive a discount to select performances, with their current JHS student ID.

All audience members must have a ticket, regardless of age (no "lap children" permitted). We request that children under 2 not be brought to the theatre.

Wheelchair seating is available at all performances. Each wheelchair location is designed to accomodate a wheelchair and one companion seat. Contact the Box Office for further information regarding special accessibility needs.

We make every attempt to begin performances on time. In consideration of other audience members and the performers, late seating opportunities are limited. Seating for latecomers is at the discretion of the ushers, and access to your reserved seating locations may not be available.

No recording or photography is permitted. Food and beverages are allowed in the lobby area only.

International Thespian Society Members from other high schools may receive one complimentary ticket by presenting their current ITS card at the Box Office up to one hour prior to showtime, subject to availability.

This box is where you enter your Pass Code if you are a Season Subscriber, or have been issued a Gift Certificate or code for complimentary tickets or discounts. If you have multiple codes to enter, simply enter and apply the codes one at a time. You may also enter your code(s) on the checkout page as you complete this transaction.