It had been two years since the Fine Arts Department held the annual Spring Revue due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the event returned Tuesday, May 10, with much excitement. Held in the West Campus Center, the event provided our artists, actors and musicians an opportunity to showcase their talents for parents, peers, faculty, and friends.
In the Martin Hall rotunda, attendees were able to view student photography, ceramics, sculptures and more.
Performing arts were highlighted in the West Campus theater. The Slings & Arrows Players presented three comedic skits. The first titled, "A Dialogue (Or, a Brief but Intensive Exercise in the Art of Communication)" was written and directed by senior Jack Flynn and featured Flynn and fellow senior Ryan Albertson. The second skit titled "The Argument Sketch" was also written and directed by Jack Flynn and featured Flynn, Danny Gillis '24 and Matt Noone '22. The last skit, titled "DMV Tyrant" by Christopher Durang, was directed by Robert Craven '23 and featured Peter Bachiochi '25 and Ben Corbett '25. The tech crew was comprised of Liam Muldowney '22 and Joshua Corbett '23.
The Jazz Pop Ensemble performed a number of songs including "Soul Man," "9-5," "Our House," "Power of Love," and "Good 4U." The talented St. Sebastian's musicians in the Jazz Pop Ensemble included: John Barrette '25, Devin Carkner '24, Gianluca Centola '24, Ryan Connolly '27, Ben Corbett '25, Joshua Corbett '23, Henry duBose '24, Ben Goffredo '24, John Joyce '27, Joseph Koh '26, Dylan Lipof '24, Alex Maalouf '23, Andrew MacDougall '27, Eamon McCarthy '26, Ethan Merithew '23, Derron St. Marie '24, and Andrew Zhang '26
Thank you to our amazing Fine Arts Department, and all the faculty and staff who helped organize this special celebration of the arts.