In October, Lancaster Mennonite High School’s drama department performed their fall
play, Romeo and Juliet. As the classic play’s themes of love, revenge, conflict and growing up
“too fast” actively resonate with today’s culture and issues, Play Director and Drama teacher,
Dean Sauder, decided to set the age-old story in a modern setting. The show ran for 4
performances; Thursday, Oct. 17th through Saturday the 19th at 7:00 PM, and 3:00 PM on
Sunday the 20th; and starring Noah Schnabel as Romeo and Noelle Stringer as Juliet.

 


Prepared by Carrie King – Creative Director at Lancaster Mennonite School
KingCJ@lancastermennonite.org