Knights Theater

Mount Royal Academy strives for excellence in all things because we were made for this excellence; we were made for greatness. Art is truly great when it mirrors the True, the Good, and the Beautiful, and the Truth is that God is always intentional, and He is always creating. Nothing is ever a mistake or accidental for God--He knows exactly what He’s doing, and He creates out of love and joy. So too will we, then, strive to engage this intentionality, love, and joy in our work to produce the richest possible art. There will always be more ways to explore the intentionality of our work, and this is where the excitement lies! Just how intentional can we be? Just how excellent can we make our productions? These and other like questions will be the questions your students ask and try to answer every day in Knights Theater. 

The theater is a place of excitement, imagination, and insight where people of all sorts and talents come together to complete the puzzle that is a production. So, Knights Theater enthusiastically encourages anyone who is interested to get involved. There is a place for everyone in the theater!

St. Hildegard of Bingen has been adopted as the patron Saint for Knights Theater because of her devotion to creating beautiful art (holistically understood). St. Hildegard of Bingen, Poet, Composer, and Doctor of the Church, Pray for us!

Knights’ Theater Director: Miss Annie Rodriguez 

22’-23’ Productions

  • Fall High School: The Man Who Came to Dinner, George Kaufman & Moss Hart

  • Spring Children’s Theater: TBA

  • Spring High School Art Gala: Variety showcase of student talents in the Fine Arts

Fall Production Details: The Man Who Came to Dinner

He was invited for dinner and stayed for six weeks! Join us for an evening of laughter as we watch the shenanigans of famous radio host Sheridan Whiteside who is stuck convalescing at the home of his dinner party host after breaking his hip on the way out. You’ll never believe all the incredible and bizarre people he knows!

  • Where: Newport Opera House

  • When: Friday, December 2, 7 PM
    Saturday, December 3, 7 PM
    Sunday, December 4, 1 PM

  • Tickets: Please visit the Newport Opera House website HERE to purchase tickets.

Spring Production Details: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Join us for C.S. Lewis’ classic tale of Good versus evil. This family friendly event is open to all ages! Bring a friend and see this beautiful and magical show.

A BIG “Thank you!” to Gemma Josephs, ‘25 for the beautiful artwork on our poster!

Where: The Newport Opera House, Newport, NH

When: Saturday, March 25, 7 PM

            Sunday, March 26, 2 PM

Tickets: available at The Newport Opera House Website

Art Gala Details

  • Where: St. Joseph Center, Mount Royal Academy

  • When: TBD

  • Tickets: Not yet available