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From its auspicous beginnings in 1969 with the Robert C. Morrish production of My Fair Lady, the Justin-Siena Theatre program has flourished over five decades. In 2019 and in honor of the 50th Anniversary, current director, Mr. James Thomas Bailey created a spring musical production for the ages: Encore—a musical theater celebration 50 years in the making! Guests relived the magic and moments that have dazzled audiences through five decades as brought to life by our vibrant theatre program and featuring a dozen special alumni guest artists. With such a rich and storied history and decades of inspiring performances, the Justin-Siena Theatre program has impacted the lives of so many and is poised to reach even higher heights as the show goes on!

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  • Alex H. Urban Scholarship

    The Alex H. Urban Scholarship was established in 2007 in loving memory of Alex, former Director of Theatre Arts at Justin-Siena from 1982-1995. This scholarship is awarded to a current Justin-Siena student with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and an active participant in the Arts program at Justin-Siena.
  • Robert C. Morrish Memorial Scholarship

    The Robert C. Morrish Memorial Scholarship was established in 2005 as a testamentary gift by Bob Morrish, former teacher and beloved founding Theatre Director from 1969-1982. This scholarship is awarded to an incoming Justin-Siena freshman who is the son or daughter of an alumnus with financial need.
  • Lighting & Sound

    Siena Hall is in need of lighting and sound equipment. The theatre space, formerly known as the North Gym and currently known as Siena Hall, serves as both a classroom for various performing arts classes as well as a performance space for theatre, music, and dance.
Your gift is 100% tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. JSHS is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization registered with the IRS. Justin-Siena Tax ID #94-2168313.

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Justin-Siena High School

Justin-Siena is a Catholic high school in the Lasallian tradition offering a college preparatory program that serves young men and women in grades 9–12.