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AHS Drama Presents. . .


Ken Ludwig's hilarious farce will leave audiences in stitches. Set in Buffalo, New York in the Spring of 1953, the play focuses on George and Charlotte Hay a slightly over the hill acting duo who constantly seem to be on the verge of greatness, despair or possibly divorce. When legendary film director Frank Capra loses the stars of his latest movie, he makes plans to scout George and Charlotte who are currently performing in "Cyrano de Bergerac" and Noel Coward's "Private Lives." Capra's arrival naturally coincides with huge misunderstandings, mistaken identities, broken engagements and many, many near misses. The set features five entrances, three sets, fake noses, swords and a weather forecaster mistaken for General George Patton. The fast-paced, madcap farce will leave the audience laughing loudly and trying to catch their collective breath.

The show is rated PG 13 and is not intended for younger audiences due to some mature subject matter.

6 shows, 2 casts!!
November 3rd, 4th, 5th, 11th & 12th - All 7pm Shows
Matinee at 3pm Saturday, Nov 12th

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Ticket prices:
Adults - $10.00
Seniors/Students - $8.00


Arlington Public Schools' "Know Our Schools" event
Tuesday, Nov. 15, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Would you like to learn more about Arlington Public Schools? Attend our "Know Our Schools" event! Plan to meet at the BPAC for a continental breakfast. Following breakfast you are invited to attend a tour of a few schools to see how we’re meeting the needs of ALL of our students every hour and every day.

RSVP by Monday, Nov. 7 to Gary Sabol (



The Arlington Arts Council bring the Blues back!!!



LEGENDS OF THE BLUES IV On November 19th the Arlington Arts Council will load the stage of the Byrnes Performing Arts Center with a stellar line-up of musicians carrying worldly credentials. In celebration of the region’s wealth of award winning entertainers, this year’s show opens with two acoustic duos featuring recent International Blues Challenge champions and an infamous world champion harmonica player. Headlining the evening is a 12 piece all-star blues revue featuring four lead vocalists and several instrumentalists who will represent the Pacific Northwest at the 2017 IBC in Memphis.

  • Randy Oxford’s 12 Piece All-Star Slam featuring the Memphis All-Stars
    • An ensemble performance assembled by a legendary trombonist!  
  • Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons
    • 2016 International Blues Challenge champions!
  • Kevin Sutton & Jim McLaughlin
    • World champions and local favorites too!

Click here to purchase tickets at Brownpaper Tickets. . .