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The Arts

The Arts Department is committed to upholding both the traditional values of the Church and the academic excellence of Immaculate Heart Academy, and seeks to develop in our students:

  • Understanding of the methods, techniques, and styles that are fundamental to the visual and performing arts
  • Appreciation of the visual and performing arts as universal expressions of the human creative spirit as well as specific products of individual cultures
  • Recognition of the arts as an expression of and communication with the sacred
  • Ability to use the visual and performing arts as creative expression, communication of ideas, and service to the community

Performing Arts

Click here to visit our [email protected] website for more information and to purchase tickets for any upcoming productions!

Fall Drama
The Fall Drama Production is an on-stage production of a dramatic play or comedy performed three times one weekend in the fall semester. Under the artistic direction of Ms. Taryn Tonelli'09, students have the opportunity to shine!

Past Dramas at IHA:
Little Women (2021-22)
Almost, Maine (2020-2021)
The Curious Savage (2019-2020)
The Matchmaker (2018-2019)
You Can't Take It with You (2017-18)
Steel Magnolias (2016-17)
Arsenic and Old Lace (2015-16)
Spring Musical
Every spring, talented Immaculate Heart Academy students put on a fabulous musical. Male students from neighboring schools are also invited to participate in the cast and crew. The show is produced by Ms. Taryn Tonelli'09 and directed by Jodi Capeless. The choreographer is Kimberly Galberaith and the music director is Ed Ginter.
Past Musicals at IHA:
Legally Blonde (2021-22)
Beauty and the Beast (2018-19)
Into the Woods (2017-18)
The Little Mermaid (2016-17)
42nd Street (2015-16)
The Boy Friend (2014-15)
Seussical the Musical (2013-14)
Legally Blonde (2012-13)
Children's Theatre
In May, our Spring Theatre Arts class performs a children's theatre show for visiting K-3 grade students from local grammar schools.
Past Children's Theatre Productions:
What Happened After Once Upon a Time
Once Upon a Crime: The Trial of Goldilocks
Princess Who? (2016-17)
Red vs. The Wolf (2015-16)

Summer Stock @theheart
Immaculate Heart introduced a summer intensive, Summer Stock @theheart, in 2022. All students entering 8th grade and up are permitted to participate. The inaugural performance was All Shook Up, a rock n' roll musical comedy featuring the music of Elvis Presley.
For more information on Performing Arts @theheart, please contact Ms. Taryn Tonelli'09 at [email protected] or 201.445.6800, ext. 171.