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March 2016

St. James Academy’s Production of Hello Dolly!

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Last night was the opening performance of the Middle School Drama Production of Hello Dolly. The students graced the Susan Tucker Moore Theatre stage with humor and originality.

Director Randi Martin, instrumental music teacher Donald Wolcott, producer Lori Jankowski, and a countless number of parent and alumni volunteers led the cast and crew to a successful and memorable opening night. The music was captivating, the costumes and sets were creative, and the performance was immaculate. The performing arts program at St. James Academy brings together the efforts of the community, both behind and in front of the curtain. This marks the 10th middle school theatre production under Mrs. Martin’s direction. Read More

Spotlight on Mrs. Cheryl Bubier

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websiteimageMrs. Bubier has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Communications Arts and Design from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has been a working artist in galleries across the country for over 30 years. Additionally, Mrs. Bubier is the President and a founding member of the Northern Baltimore County Art Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports the arts.

We asked Mrs. Bubier to tell us more about her experience and interests!

What does St. James Academy mean to you?

“St. James is about having fun with the children and teaching them to love art.”

What do you want the students to learn from you? 

“I want my students to learn the love of the arts and appreciate all art forms.”

What do you enjoy doing in your spare time?

“In my spare time I like to spend time with my three children, my husband of 30 years, and work in my studio.”

Who inspired you growing up?

“My minister Jimmy Schwartz inspired me when I was growing up.”

If you could meet one famous person who would it be and why?

“If I could meet one famous person it would be Jon Stewart because I would laugh the entire time.”

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