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AHS students present tales of change, perseverance

Aaron Aptaker

Isolation has not kept seven Arlington High School drama students from collaborating on a multimedia piece called “Telling Our Story,” directed by 2009 AHS alumnus Aaron Aptaker (at left), which plays Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Using a variety of techniques, the work examines how students have found growth despite the challenges of the pandemic.

The multimedia presentation is set for 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 26; 3 p.m. Saturday, March 27; on-demand on Saturday night and all of Sunday, March 28.

Read the whole story by Carla DeFord >> 

The production is free of charge, and you can register for tickets here >> 


Feb. 3, 2021: AHS Drama Guild's 'Love' performed

 


This news announcement was published published Wednesday, March 24, 2021.  

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