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AHS drama presents 'The Foreigner'

Arlington High School's drama department has begun their fall play, "The Foreigner," which will continue this week with showings on Nov. 10 and 11. The comedy takes place in 1985 in rural Georgia and...

 

AHS Drama presents 'Moon Over Buffalo'

Mistaken identities, broken engagements and more are part of Arlington High School Drama's fall production, the farcical "Moon Over Buffalo." "Moon Over Buffalo is a classic farce. It has a rather...

 

AHS 'Pippin' nominated for 10 awards

Arlington High School's production of "Pippin" has received more award nominations for their musical production than any other school in the state from the 5th Avenue Theatre in Seattle. The 5th...

 

AHS drama presents 'The Crucible'

Arlington High School's drama department tackles Arthur Miller's "The Crucible," bringing a more dramatic and tense play for the school's actors. Miller's classic play is based on the historical...

 

AHS Drama presents Cinderella

Arlington High School's drama department will put on its next play this month, a retelling of Cinderella set in Victorian times. Performances are on March 6, 7, 13 and 14. They begin at 7 p.m. with an...

 

AHS presents "The Music Man"

Trouble? Right here in River City? More like big fun right here in Arlington. In 1957, "The Music Man" became a hit on Broadway, winning five Tony Awards. The reasons for the success of the play are...

 

AHS students present updated version of historical drama

Students in Arlington High School's drama department, under the direction of teacher Scott Moberly, will present "The Diary of Anne Frank" November 8, 9, 15 and 16 at 7 p.m. in the Byrnes Performing A...

 

AHS presents ‘Legally Blonde’ at BPAC

Baily Hudson as Elle (center) rehearses with the cast of Legally Blonde. Photo courtesy of Brenna Kamppi.   For two weekends in March, 48 Arlington High School singers, dancers, and actors will s...

 

AHS tackles classic theatrical farce

In rehearsal for "Arsenic and Old Lace," Grayson Baden (left) and Grace McWatters (right), as elderly aunts, comfort a distraught Mario Mirante, who plays nephew Mortimer. The show runs...

 

AHS stages 'Beauty and the Beast'

Photos courtesy of Brenna Kamppi   Arlington High School's drama department has built a well-deserved reputation for mounting exceptional musical theatre productions, taking full advantage of...

 

AHS students present 'Rehearsal for Murder'

The beautiful Byrnes Performing Arts Center stage will appear cold and stark in November when Arlington High School presents the thriller "Rehearsal for Murder." Set on a deserted Broadway stage, the play centers around Alex, a playwright w...

 

Something 'Fantastick' happening at AHS

On a cloudy day in August, a handful of high school students are making Arlington history: they are rehearsing a musical. This September "The Fantasticks" will be brought to life in the...

 

AHS students shine in high-energy farce

Staging a fast-moving comedy that requires a two-story set and split-second timing is not an easy task, especially when your actors are all young high school students. The AHS drama department steps...

 

Dreams of a 'White Christmas' shine brightly at AHS

Producing a Broadway-style musical challenges even professional theatre companies, so when a high school department takes on a show the size of "Irving Berlin's White Christmas," it takes...

 

AHS presents Irving Berlin holiday classic

Arlington High School's drama department will light up the holiday season off with a staging of Irving Berlin's timeless musical "White Christmas" during the first two weekends in December....

 

AHS tackles the riotous play "Noises Off"

The Arlington High School Drama Department will present the side-splitting comic farce "Noises Off" at 7 p.m. on April 23, 24, 30 and May 1, in the Byrnes Performing Arts Center. The play, which was...

 

Rock 'n roll is king in AHS musical

In the late 1950s, country music legend Conway Twitty was the musical rival of a young upstart named Elvis Presley. Presley and his contemporaries, including Twitty, introduced the country to a new...

 

The importance of family is message of AHS play

Students at Arlington High School are getting a life lesson through their production of the classic comedy, "You Can't Take It With You," by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufmann. The show runs for two...

 

They can fly!

11/20/08 They can fly! Arlington students hit the heights in school's production of "Peter Pan" by Beckye Randall The audience at the Byrnes Center for the Performing Arts gasped and clapped as AHS junior Justin Goheen took flight in the...

 

"Our Town" connects Arlington students to town's heritage

4/24/08 "Our Town" connects Arlington students to town's heritage When Scott Moberly, Arlington High School’s drama teacher, first considered mounting a production of  “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder he immediately...

 

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