In early February, sophomores in the Greek Drama and Studies in World Theatre block class performed Crusader, Muslim, and Jew, a reworking of one of the most famous plays from German literature, Nathan the Wise by G.E. Lessing. Under the guidance of Dale Coye and Jonathan Northrop, students stepped back in time to twelfth-century Jerusalem and the court of Saladin, the Muslim leader at the time of the Crusades. The play put forth a message of compassion and Humanism in the face of bigotry and intolerance. Please click on the photo below to view images from the play, or if you are a parent, you can watch the home video on the website's parent portal.