Bishop Ireton production to aid Ukrainian refugees.

Musical theater returns to the Bishop Ireton High School stage with the spring production of Anastasia, marking the school's first in-person musical since March 2019.
Students rehearse for the Bishop Ireton High School production of Anastasia, opening this weekend at the Garwood Whaley Auditorium on the school’s campus. Proceeds will go to support humanitarian relief efforts for Ukrainian refugees.


"Anastasia, the story of a girl in search of home, love and belonging, is timeless and not limited to the play’s setting,” said Bishop Ireton Head of School Kathleen McNutt. “The current conflict in the Ukraine reminds us of the gift of life, freedom and family, and these valued themes are reinforced in Anastasia’s journey. This play and current events remind us to appreciate the challenges that each one of us faces daily."

The Bishop Ireton cast, crew and administration recognize that the Russian setting of this play is a reminder of the current conflict in Ukraine, and will donate a portion of all ticket sales to Catholic Relief Services for the humanitarian efforts to assist Ukrainian refugees.

Performances take place April 1, 2, 8, and 9 at 7 p.m. and April 3 at 2 p.m. at the Garwood Whaley Auditorium at Bishop Ireton High School, Cambridge Road. Tickets are $10 per person and available at the door or at bishopireton.org/tickets.