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La Salle Institute's Drama Club is open to all interested students in Grades 9 through 12. Under the direction of Ms. Virginia Maffia-Tobler, the drama club presents one major production in the Spring. 

Past productions have included: Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Sign of Four, Dial "M" for Murder, The Odd Couple, The Man Who Came To Dinner, Arsenic and Old Lace, Night of January 16th, The Pleasure of His Company, Dracula, And Then There Were None, and Mr. Roberts.

In the past, the LSI Drama Club has presented an Evening of Cuttings Drama Coffee House in the fall which featured various scenes from classic to contemporary comedies and dramas in a Coffee House setting. The Drama Club has also presented a winter production of Edgar Lee Masters' Spoon River Anthology, which featured classic folk music accompanying a diverse and challenging array of characters.

Students in Drama Club take part in all aspects of play production including set construction, costuming, and make-up.

Ms. Maffia-Tobler brings over 40 years of experience in theater to her role as La Salle's drama coach. From directing academic productions on the high school and college level to performing in summer stock and with various acting companies, Ms. Maffia-Tobler's goal is to introduce students to the limitless world of drama.