The Jesuit Masque will perform Aaron Sorkin's Broadway hit “A Few Good Men,” the thrilling courtroom drama about two Marines on trial for murder, which became an iconic film featuring performances by Jack Nicholson, Demi Moore, Tom Cruise, and Kevin Bacon.
The play, under the direction of Masque moderator Richard Miller, opens on Thursday (April 21) in the Multi-Purpose Room and runs through Saturday (April 23). Performances are at 7:30pm each night, plus a 1:00pm matinee on Saturday. Admission is $5 for Jesuit students and $10 for general admission.
Buzz for Masque's spring performance has been building since April 10, when a dramatic scene was portrayed at Celebration of the Arts and captivated the audience.
The show stars Jacob Zelen ’16, Kyle Cansler ’16, and Academy of the Holy Names senior Gracie Hancock, and also features Austin Hernandez ’16, Vito Holmes ’16, John Hentschel ’16, Paul Consalvo ’16, Hunter Ratchford ’16, Sam Lauro ’16, Lucas Pasquier ’17, Noah Armenia ’17, Dalton Hoffman ’17, Alex Pena ’18, Jack Mahoney ’18, Victor Cogdill ’18, Daniel Villavicencio ’18, J.P. Menendez ’19, and AHN sophomores Evelyn Martinez and Isabella Onken.