Step Into the Mayhem of a Show Gone Wrong in Don't Say [email protected]©83+#!
Posted on 08/03/2022

Macbeth may just be one of Shakespeare’s most famous tragedies. But even more famous is the legendary curse that surrounds the renowned “Scottish Play”. Now you can step into the world of theatrical lore as the St. Thomas Aquinas High School Drama Department debuts an original production by alumna writer and director Amy Kate Byrne.


In this lighthearted tale of mishaps, mayhem, and madness, a young man in need of a job finds himself propelled into a chaotic theater company with a cast and crew of unpredictable characters. Before he even has a chance to familiarize himself with the ins and outs of the theater world, an unfortunate accident lands him suddenly in charge of the entire company. Does he have what it takes to pull everyone together and save the show before opening night?


All will be revealed in: Don't Say [email protected]©83+#! September 23, 24, and 25 only! Tickets on sale at www.stahs.net/tickets.


ABOUT THE WRITER AND DIRECTOR

Amy Kate Byrne is a 2005 alumna of Bishop Ahr/St. Thomas Aquinas High School. She returned to the school as an English teacher and, aside from a short sabbatical that she spent in the Peace Corps in North Macedonia, has worked there for 10 years. Her endeavors at STA have also included directing the Shakespeare and the Classics shows every fall, advising the award-winning Satoma Newsmagazine, moderating the Class of 2023, and recently earning the title of English Department Supervisor. This is her fourth original show, with previous works being:

  • The Long and Short of It – an adaptation of scenes from William Shakespeare's greatest comedic plays
  • Something Wicked This Way Comes – an adaptation of scenes from William Shakespeare's greatest tragic plays
  • Forevermore – an adaptation based on the compositions of Edgar Allan Poe