O'Grady / Rush Memorial Softball Game - October 8th at 1pm, for more information email krichard@stepinac.org....Homecoming / Reunion Weekend - October 13-15, for more information email stepinacalumni@stepinac.org....Open House 1 - Sunday, October 15, for more information email admissions@stepinac.org!
Archbishop Stepinac High School

Alumni All-Stars

Alumni faculty Rick Yapchanyk '00 and Rob Yapchanyk '04 have released their thrid a CD "Self Destruct". All three of their CDs can be purchased online at www.silverspademusic.com or by contacting the school at 914-946-4800, ext. 274.

Drama Club alumnus, Matthew Stotsky ’06 has passed away. To donate to the Matt Stotsky Scholarship Fund, contact fportanova@stepinac.org. In honor of Matt’s contributions to the drama club program over the years, a scholarship - each year - will be awarded to a theatre student at Stepinac High School.

Daniel Gray '04 CD: ERUBESCENT NIGHT is available for purchase. Contact the school at 914-946-4800, ext. 385 to purchase.

Christian Amato '06: Christian Amato is a director, producer and strategist. He is the Producing Artistic Director of The Theatre Project and TP&co, which Culture Catch has described as "Exciting and Innovative!" Christian designs, develops and implements market and social strategy for some of the largest productions currently running on Broadway. He is a producer on the Broadway production of ROCKY as well as the upcoming Off-Broadway production of Much Ado About Nothing. Visit Christian on Twitter @ChristianAmato.

Rev. Philip Quealy, pastor of Our Lady of Sorrows in White Plains, was awarded the MAJOR BOWES AWARD for 2012 in appreciation for his 16 years of service as Executive Producer and Stage Crew Moderator of the drama club.


The recipient of the annual Major Bowes award was another Stepinac theatre legend: FR. JAMES CASHMAN. Fr. Cashman, a Crosier father, was part of the school's faculty for three decades and inspired a countless number of students. During his tenure, he served as moderator and director of the school's drama program. The program soared under his direction. He was known as a true thespian who also possessed a vast knowledge of technical theatre. Students recall him as a great storyteller. His sense of humor was truly unmatched. He was seen not only as a teacher but also as a mentor to his students. The ceremony took place during the performance of THE DROWSY CHAPERONE, the drama club's 98th production. There was a cocktail reception prior to the show and during intermission as well.

Congratualtions to alumnus Jeff Schlotman, DMD. Jeff received the Cab Calloway Lifetime Achievement Award for his significant contributions to theatre in Westchester County. An avid thespian, Jeff performs with numerous troupes throughout the county including the Stepinac Alumni Theatre. Jeff's accomplishments were celebrated on Oct. 5th, 2010 at The Westchester Broadway Dinner Theatre in Elmsford.