The May Fete Stage is set for ‘Silent Sky.’ The majority of the play took place with this stage setup. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Henrietta Leavitt, played by Elizabeth Santana, theatre performance junior, Williamina Fleming, played by Jamieson Campo, musical theatre junior, and Annie Cannon, played by Tori Sublett, accounting and business administration sophomore, start to map the stars. In this scene, Henrietta started her job as a human-computer at Harvard University. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Margaret Leavitt, played by Telara Day, musical theatre senior, reads the letters she wrote to her sister, Henrietta. Multiple years had passed with no reply from Henrietta. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Henrietta Leavitt, played by Elizabeth Santana, theatre performance junior, slams her hands on the desk expressing her frustration to Annie Cannon, played by Tori Sublett, accounting and business administration sophomore. Henrietta spent countless night mapping stars for what she believes to mean nothing. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Peter Shaw, played by Gabriel Gonzalez, communication junior, and Henrietta Leavitt, played by Elizabeth Santana, theatre performance junior, share their first kiss. Shaw and Leavitt were separated for many months dealing with family issues and work. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Margaret Leavitt, played by Telara Day, musical theatre senior, and Henrietta Leavitt, played by Elizabeth Santana, theater performance junior, share a sisterly moment. The sisters were reunited after many years apart. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Margaret Leavitt, played by Talara Day, musical theatre senior, plays the piano as Henrietta Leavitt, played by Elizabeth Santana, theatre performance junior, figures out the stars. Henrietta figured out that the nights she spent mapping the stars were not a waste. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Henrietta Leavitt, played by Elizabeth Santana, theatre performance junior, listens to Mr. Shaw’s speech. Henrietta confronted Mr. Shaw after he made statements that she believed were not true. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer))Williamina Fleming, played by Jamieson Campo, musical theatre junior, and Margaret Leavitt, played by Telara Day, musical theatre senior, catches Henrietta Leavitt, played by Elizabeth Santana, theatre performance junior, from falling. Henrietta is then diagnosed with an unnamed illness. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)Williamina Fleming, played by Jamieson Campo, musical theatre junior, Annie Cannon, played by Tori Sublett, accounting and business administration sophomore, Margaret Leavitt, played by Telara Day, musical theatre senior, and Peter Shaw, played by Gabriel Gonzalez, communication junior, leaves Henrietta Leavitt, played by Elizabeth Santana, theatre performance junior, during her final monologue. This scene represented Henrietta dying. (Lauren Sieh/Staff photographer)