2710 N. WATER ST. DECATUR, IL 62526 (217) 875-2431

It is our goal to educate the St. Teresa community to lead others, and ourselves, in a more virtuous life. We are following a "virtue of the week" program to help us refocus on this mission, and to be better examples to others in our community.

Every Monday we will share the "virtue of the week" and ask that you join us in reflecting and implementing it into your daily lives. Learning to Lead

“Get Fit or Die Trying”

On November 14 and 15, St. Teresa will perform Death by Chocolate by Paul Freed. This hilarious murder mystery/farce will have audiences roaring with laughter while at the same time keeping them on the edge of their seat. Delightfully sarcastic and cynical John Stone (Cole Burdick) finds himself teaming up with Ed Parlor (Ethan Lehmann), murder mystery writer and amateur sleuth, to find out who has been killing off staff members. As Lady Riverdale (Sarah Kefalas) states, “Well looks can be deceiving. I’m sure that none of us are who we appear to be on the outside. Watch and see.” Audiences will be baffled at the different revelations throughout the entire show, whilst being wildly entertained by the goofy remarks made by the various personalities presented by the talented cast. The cast features Cole Burdick, Sophie Schwalbach, Ethan Lehmann, Sarah Kefalas, Travist Tuttle, Mallory Baker, Joe Good, Nate Kralman, Samantha Collins, Madison Stoedter, Lauryn Rowe-Adams, and Benjamin Young. Death by Chocolate is student directed by Chloe Tatham and directed by Mary Midiri-Davis. Tickets are $5 for general seating and $8 for reserved seating. Tickets can be purchased at the door, from a drama student, or by calling St. Teresa High School at 217-875-2431. The show starts at 7:30. Come out to St. Teresa and see Death by Chocolate. You won’t regret it!




Phone: (217) 875-2431 (main office)
Fax: (217) 875-2436

Email: stadmin@st-teresahs.org


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