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AHS Drama Guild's 'Love' performed

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UPDATED, Feb. 10: The Arlington High School Drama Guild plans to present its third streamed performance of the school year, “Love and Information” by Caryl Churchill, on Friday, Feb. 12, and Saturday, Feb. 13.

It was rescheduled from last week. See ticket information here >>

Guest director Lauren Zeftel, AHS '09, is overseeing the production, which runs 75 minutes without an intermission.

Tickets are $10 per person or $25 per household.

If Friday and Saturday don't work for you, the show will also be available on demand for 24 hours, starting at 8 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 14. On-demand tickets are available here >>

You can also view a video trailer created by another AHS alum, Luke Paulino '09.

Seventeen students are involved in this production, and they are eager to share their work with the community.

Note that this play includes a few moments of strong language, discussion of mental illness, discussion of violence and allusions to sexual activity. Parental guidance and viewer discretion is advised.

Reach out to lzeftel at arlington.k12.ma.us with any questions or if you would like further clarification about subject matter.

“We would really appreciate your support, and we hope you'll enjoy the show,” wrote Lianna Bessette and Michael Byrne. The latter directs drama at AHS; the former is an English teacher and Class of 2021 adviser.

After "Wonderful Life" in December, the second performance was student-directed one-act plays in January.


Dec. 15, 2020: 'Wonderful Life': AHS live radio play performed

 


This news announcement was published Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021, and updated Feb.10.  

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