The Rubicon

First play in the Huss Center is also a world premiere

Sixth grader Isabella Tunney (Debbie Fine) pedals to save her family and stop robbers, while seventh grader Maren Ostrem, Debbie’s older self, narrates the adventurous story of Dizzy Fantastic. “When Debbie learns that she can fly on her bicycle, she feels empowered to become Dizzy Fantastic, super hero!” Hueller said.

Jonah Harrison, Staff Writer

November 9, 2015

Middle School theater season begins with the world premier of Dizzy Fantastic and Her Flying Bicycle written by Middle and Upper School English teacher Andy Hueller.

Theater plans coming to fruition

Theater plans coming to fruition

Boraan Abdulkarim, Cover Story Editor

September 26, 2013

“Chaotic, cramped, complicated:” these are words that St. Paul Academy and Summit School sophomores Claire Walsh and Alice Tibbetts used to describe the current setup for drama and music rehearsals and performances. For years, fine arts performances and rehearsals have taken place in the Lower School’s...