Celebrating Students' Artistic
Accomplishments and Performances
Christmas Gift Pop-Up Gallery
December 5 thru 9

ASH will host a Pop-Up Gallery in the Upper School Hallway near the pedestrian bridge. This is a great place to shop for local art gifts for family and teachers while supporting ASH students. Items for sale are made by students and will include bracelets, ornaments, small paintings, and cards. Enter through the main Saint Charles Avenue gate and check in with reception. Don't forget to pop by the Très Bien Boutique while you're on campus!

Toni Gagliano '24 has been accepted to Nashville Ballet’s 2022 summer intensive ballet program.
Emma Clasen '28 received a scholarship from New Orleans Ballet Theatre to participate in the 2022 production of The Nutcracker. The scholarship was established in memory of Emma Bell Savoie for students who share her passion for dance, dedication to their studies, and joy.
Congratulations to the 2022-23 ASH Dance Team: Holly DeMarcay '24 Captain, Toni Gagliano '24 Co-Captain, Emilie Saucier '24 Co-Captain, Amelie Bent '23 Manager, Ivanna Stevens '24, Ainsley Albright '25, Lulu Centola '25, Caitlyn Eiffert '25, Eileen Igoe '25, Kai Jones '25, Bayona Lara '25, Patricia Seemann '25, Caroline Kogos '26, Cami Rose Curran '26, Uliana Dolinna '26, Quinn McConville '26, McLaine Schlosser '26, Jillian Grau '27, Olivia Hainkel '27, Arabella Lara '27, Charlotte LeMaire '27, Fleur Murphy '27, Teresa Vinas '27, and Sawyer Wagar '27.

Congratulations to everyone who made the ASH fall theatre production of Cinderella so special. Sold-out audiences thoroughly enjoyed all three performances and sang along to “Impossible!” Our talented student actors included Bayona Lara '25, Claire Burton '24, Gianna Tammetta '25, Phoebe Kleehammer '25, Caroline Boyd '26, Sophie Uhlig '27, Katie Lawton '24, Caroline Kogos '26, Marie Alciatore '28, Rosemary Alexander '26, Katherine Alford '26, Ainsley Leaman '25, Sophia Mondino '28, Nicole Saborio '28, Londyn Walton '28, and Grace Worthy '28. Jesuit student James Vaicius was a very charming Prince Topher. Our incredible tech crew consisted of Anabella Adams '25, Chiara Bazan '25, Amelie Bent '23, Elaine Marie Ehrensing '24, Caitlyn Eiffert '25, Alicia Hewett '28, Kai Jones '25, Sophie Lo '26, Pilar Magnotta '25, Willow May '25, MC Mazzanti '23, Molly McConville '28, and Emmeline Singer '26. The play was directed by Ashley Nolan '87, with choreography by Carrie Brown and musical direction by Melissa Marshall. Thank you all for an unforgettable performance.
ASH Upper School students did a fabulous job creating the beautiful set for Cinderella. Thank you designers! 
Thank you to Rosary Arts League members who joined us in the parlor for a soiree prior to the opening performance of Cinderella. The highlight of the party was a toast to the cast, who joined us in costume before heading to the stage!
Avery Zeringue '30 will star in the lead role in New Orleans Youth Theater’s production of Shrek the Musical Performance on December 10. Avery is very excited about her first performance in a musical! 
Maybe it’s a hard knock life, but there’s always tomorrow!
Announcing ASH Spring Musical ... ANNIE!
  • Auditions Thursday, January 5, 3:30pm-5pm
  • Drama Room
  • Open to 7th-12th Grade Students
  • Performances March 30, 31 & April 1

On November 6, Alex Jackson '33 auditioned for the Romantic-Contemporary Piano Competition, sponsored by the New Orleans Music Teachers Association. For the third consecutive year, Alex was awarded NOMTA’s highest rating of “Superior Recitalist.”
Connie Melissa Meyer '32 performed in her first solo harp recital over the summer. She has taken harp lessons since January 2022.

Upper School ceramics students collaborated with the Innovation Lab to create an artist’s signature stamp. A potter’s “chop” (or signature stamp) is used to sign clay artworks. Traditionally made from wood, they can be made from many things, including plastic or hard rubber.

ASH is thrilled to present the 2023 Gallery Arts Show in the Colton Fine Arts Gallery. The event kicks off with an opening reception on Thursday, February 9. What you'll see: visual art, performances, an art market, and more! Stay tuned for more details. If you are interested in volunteering to help, please contact Krystil Lawton at [email protected].
Alum Arts Spotlight

ASH alums are doing great things!

Alum Ashley Milanese '10 played the Sandman (soprano) in Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel at the Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts in November.
Read more about her homecoming in The Times Picayune.
Join the Rosary Arts League

Want to support the Arts at Sacred Heart? Become a member of the Rosary Arts League. The Rosary Arts League was formed to promote the visual and performing arts at Sacred Heart and to recognize student participation in art-related events and performances in the community. Membership benefits include tickets to ASH theatre performances!
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