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Experience the Holidays at Moreau

A holiday schedule filled with ways to share, learn and connect during the holiday season.

Seniors in Moreau’s Dance Department, Erin De Leon, Jenna Gomez, Justin Owens   and Alexandra Rebosura will put you in the holiday mood. They will be performing at Moreau on Dec. 6 through 7.
Seniors in Moreau’s Dance Department, Erin De Leon, Jenna Gomez, Justin Owens and Alexandra Rebosura will put you in the holiday mood. They will be performing at Moreau on Dec. 6 through 7.

Moreau Catholic High School wants to share their Christmas spirit through visual and performing arts. A list of holiday events and a brief description of each can be found below.

 

Visual Arts Department’s Winter Art Show: “The World is Full of Color”

  • Friday, 5 to 7 p.m.
  • Ivaldi Student Center at Moreau Catholic High School, 27170 Mission Boulevard, Hayward
  • Free tickets include a light appetizer selection
  • The show will include a sampling of all of the visual arts classes that Moreau has to offer, including all levels and all media, ranging from ceramics to digital photography and from freshman year to Advanced Placement material. The theme “color” represents the diversity of the visual artists at Moreau and their unique points and view and references. You will come away with a sense of inspiration from the range of ways that students interpret the world around them.

 

Dance Department: “On, Dancer! A Celebration of Christmas”

  • Friday through Saturday, 7 p.m.
  • Teves Theatre at Moreau Catholic High School, 27170 Mission Boulevard, Hayward
  • Tickets for Moreau students and alumni are $$5, community students and seniors are $8, general admission is $10. Tickets can be purchased online, but will also be available at the door.
  • Moreau Catholic’s special celebration of Christmas will showcase 85 dancers performing in a variety of styles, from ballet to jazz and modern to ballroom and featuring music ranging from Handel’s “Messiah” to songs from “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and the cast of “Glee!”

 

Band and Orchestra: “Winter Concert”

  • Dec. 10, 7 to 9 p.m.
  • Teves Theatre and Student Center at Moreau Catholic High School, 27170 Mission Boulevard, Hayward
  • Tickets for adults are $5, students are $3 and a family ticket is $10. Tickets can be purchased at the door.
  • The program includes a creative mix of Christmas classics, such as Tidings of Comfort and Joy, in addition to fresh new pieces, to expose us to a wider palette of holiday traditions from around the world, including African Bell Song and La Media Noche, from Puerto Rico.

 

Jazz Ensemble: “Winter Jazz Big Band Concert”

  • Dec. 11, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.
  • Buffington Theatre at Chabot College
  • Tickets are available at the door. Coat and tie suggested.
  • The program will include compositions by John Coltrane, Les Hooper, and Mike Tomaro. Jazz styles to include be-bop, swing, and shuffle.

 

Choral Department: “Reviving the Christmas Spirit in Song”

  • Dec. 13, 7 p.m.
  • Teves Theatre at Moreau Catholic High School, 27170 Mission Boulevard, Hayward
  • Tickets for Moreau students and alumni are $5, community students and seniors are $8, general admission is $10. Tickets will be available at the door.
  • This moving program, sure to set the tone for the holidays ahead, will have a wide variety of song selections. Click here to watch the trailer.

 

Comedy Show: Brian Copeland’s “The Jewelry Box”

  • Dec. 15, 7:30 p.m.
  • Teves Theatre at Moreau Catholic High School, 27170 Mission Boulevard, Hayward

  • Brian Copeland’s (Moreau, Class of ‘82) gem, “The Jewelry Box”, opened recently at The Marsh in the Mission District of San Francisco. The play will be coming to Moreau for a very special, exclusive event! It is a show for the entire family that is getting rave reviews from critics. This event will provide a meaningful way to gather family members and friends (recommended age 12 and up) during the holiday season. The story is a Christmas memoir and prequel to Copeland’s first acclaimed solo play, Not A Genuine Black Man, the longest running one-man play in San Francisco Theater history!

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