Nov
14
to Nov 17

Tartuffe

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November 14-17
Blackbox Theater

Directed by Dr. David Klein

What happens when a huckster exploits a man's religious fervor for personal gain? Our re-imagining of the classic play explores this timeless subject through the lens of the 1950's American South. Tartuffe, the huckster, has ingratiated himself with the patriarch of the house, Orgon. Orgon is wholly taken with Tartuffe, going so far as to promise his daughter's hand in marriage to him. The "righteous" man, who is anything but, is clever but is he savvy enough to keep the ruse up? Find out in this witty comedy by the great playwright, Molière.

Tickets are now on sale. Tartuffe performs November 14-17, in the Blackbox Theater @ 7 PM. The Box Office (located in the Main Theater lobby) is now open between 11:45 AM to 1:00 PM every school day. Tickets are $17 for adults, $12 for children (6th grade and under). Faculty and students may receive one free ticket only at the Box Office.

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Sep
26
to Sep 29

Songs for a New World

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September 26-29
Blackbox Theater

Directed by Johnpaul Moccia
Music Direction by Nina VanDerhoof
Choreography by Renée Monique Brown

An impulse, influence or a decisive stage describes a “moment.” Songs For a New World is about those “moments in time” that explores life, love and the choices we make. Tony Award winner, Jason Robert Brown’s music transports his audience from the deck of a 1492 Spanish sailing ship to a ledge, 57 stories above Fifth Avenue. AHS cast of 11 incredibly gifted students’ powerful production is a self-discovery “....about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice, or take a stand, or turn around and go back.” As one character poignantly states, “You don’t know me, but you will.” Don’t miss out on this adventure!

Tickets are now on sale. Songs for a New World performs September 26-29, in the Blackbox Theater @ 7 PM. The Box Office (located in the Main Theater lobby) is now open between 11:45 AM to 1:00 PM every school day. Tickets are $17 for adults, $12 for children (6th grade and under), and $25 for special cabaret seating (includes light refreshments). Faculty and students may receive one free ticket only at the Box Office.

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On The Town
Apr
11
to Apr 14

On The Town

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April 11-14
Main Theater

Directed by Johnpaul Moccia
Music Direction by Nina VanDerhoof
Choreography by Renée Brown

Imagine three sailors on a day of shore leave in New York City in the 1940's! For 24 hours their adventures are full of fun and romance. Don't miss out on one of Leonard Bernstein's most popular musicals, On The Townwhich includes such famous pieces as: New York, New York and I Can Cook Too.

Tickets are now on sale! On The Town performs April 11-14, in the Main Theater @ 7 PM. The Box Office (located in the Main Theater lobby) is now open between 11:45 AM to 1:00 PM every school day. Tickets are $17 for adults and $12 for children (6th grade and under). Faculty and students may receive one free ticket only at the Box Office.

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13
Mar
22
to Mar 24

13

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March 22-24
Blackbox Theater

Directed by Brian Lovejoy
Music Direction by Hannah Rariden
Choreography by Cecelia Case

Moving to a new city is hard for anyone, but for a 13 year old moving from New York City to Indiana is socially devastating. 13 chronicles the trials and tribulations of junior high life, the difficulties of fitting in at a new school, and learning to be a young adult. 13 features upbeat, rock style music by Jason Robert Brown.

13 performs March 22-24, in the Blackbox Theater @ 7 PM. Tickets will go on sale online February 27th and the Box Office (located in the Main Theater lobby) will open on March 7th. Tickets are $17 for adults and $12 for children (6th grade and under). Faculty and students may receive one free ticket only at the Box Office.

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The Dining Room
Feb
27
to Mar 3

The Dining Room

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February 27-28
March 1-3

Studio Theater - Rm. 3202

Directed by Dr. David Klein

Opening our spring season, The Dining Room, is a selection of scenes that depicts the lives of multiple owners, of an upper middle class home, and the interactions that take place in home’s dining room. Each vignette seamlessly transitions into the next and transverses the emotional spectrum from melancholy to humor. The Dining Room is a uniquely theatrical experience that invites the audience into the lives of the characters through the lens of the familiar family gathering space.

The Dining Room performs February 27- March 3, in the Studio Theater (Rm. 3202) @ 7 PM. The Box Office (located in the Main Theater lobby) is now open between 11:45 AM to 1:00 PM every school day. Tickets are $17 for adults and $12 for children (6th grade and under). Faculty and students may receive one free ticket only at the Box Office.

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