St. Catherine of Siena Parish School plans a pageant show this Friday, May 17, a tribute to the town’s famous Pageant of the Masters production.
The school transforms itself into a gallery of live art, where students pose in full-sized art works. This year’s exhibit includes Grant Wood’s “American Gothic,” Leonardo DaVinci’s “Last Supper,” and Hokusai‘s “Ryogoku Bridge” featuring St. Catherine’s kindergarten and first grade classes.
Parking is available in Albertson’s market’s lower level, 30922 Coast Highway, with complimentary trolley service from 5:30 to 10 p.m.
The pageant operates each year under the direction of parent volunteers. Their time and talent includes creation of the initial canvas, to lighting, costumes, make up and set design.
Before the pageant, visitors are welcomed to a student art exhibit. Food and drinks are available for purchase and donations are generously accepted at the door.