About the SSFS Community Play
The annual SSFS Community Play is a rich opportunity for students, parents, faculty, staff, alums, trustees, and others who are closely tied to the school community to enjoy working together to produce a play or musical. The Community Play is recognized as a signature extra curricular program; it delivers a quality theatre experience that is both entertaining and educational for both participants and audience. A wide range of plays and musicals are selected from year to year based on their educational value and relevance to the school’s mission statement, Quaker values, and curriculum.
Community Play Schedule: The Community Play is announced in late September. Auditions and crew sign-ups take place in November or December. Rehearsals are typically on weekends in January and February. Performances occur the last weekend in February sometimes into early March. Look for announcements in the All School Newsletter.
The SSFS Arts Department proudly announces the 2019 Community Play, Seed Corn: a comedic evening celebrating the works of Barry Morley, one of the founding teachers at SSFS, and current and longtime music faculty member Bryan Seith. Find out more about this special performance here.
Thanks to everyone who participated in auditions for Seed Corn! See Cast List here.
Previous Community Plays
2018 - The Sound of Music
2017 - The Skin Of Our Teeth
2016 - Fiddler on the Roof
2015 - Quakers, Free Thy Slaves
2014 - A Midsummer Night's Dream
2013 - Clybourne Park
2012 - The Mikado
2011 - Wiley and the Hairyman
2010 - Man of La Mancha