Santa Catalina School's Shakespeare Festival marked its 30th year on February 20 with the sophomores' production of Twelfth Night.
The festival was an incredibly collaborative effort for the students, who first read and analyzed the play in their English classes. For the production, each section took on a different act of the play, with their own actors, script editors, directors, technicians, and costume and prop coordinators. They then performed the play, from memory, for the entire school community in the Performing Arts Center.
See photos from Twelfth Night on SmugMug.