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AHS Drama Fall Play. . . "The Crucible"

Arlington High School’s drama department has surely gone wild this year! With witchcraft and manipulation, Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is full of jaw dropping moments and scandalous relationships.
This play is steeped in historical facts, as it is based off of actual events from Salem, Massachusetts, in the year 1692. Actors are hard at work, studying and developing a better understanding of their character’s historical significance. At the start of the play, the audience can begin to sense how the societal tensions have greatly affected the characters. Throughout the performance the audiences witnesses the tensions ratchet until they reach a breaking point in the final scene.

Seasoned performer of Arlington High School, Josh Basher, believes,  "this show does such a great job of keeping the audience guessing how they feel towards the characters; in some instances, the audience feels sympathy for my character, John Proctor, due to the false accusations towards his family, while in other situations, they despise him for his short temper and the way he treats several characters in the play. These were real people, and our goal is to portray them in the most accurate light possible." Emily Hawks, another familiar face to the Arlington High School stage, thinks "The Crucible makes people question how it applies to their lives. The hysteria and group panic that occur really happened at more than one time in history, and the really terrifying thing about the play is how my character Abigail is able to manipulate the town to the point of killing innocent people without any concrete evidence." Emily and Josh’s character’s relationship is extremely convoluted and toxic to both themselves and others.

November 6, 7, 13 & 14, 2015
Ticket prices
$8.00 - Students
$10.00 - Adults

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All shows are all 7:00pm

Please contact Scott Moberly to arrange for interviews or photograph a rehearsal: (360) 618-6300 ext. 3117, or


The Arlington Arts Council Presents - The Legend of the Blues III

The Stacy Jones Band


Walter "Wolfman" Washington has been an icon on the New Orleans music scene for decades. His searing guitar work and soulful vocals have defined the Crescent City's unique musical hybrid of R&B, funk and the blues since he formed his first band in the 1970s. He brings that blend to Arlington, Washington with his dynamic band, The Roadmasters, to perform at the Legends of the Blues III concert, a now-annual event sponsored by the Arlington Arts Council. The Stacy Jones Band will open the show.

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Tickets are also available at Flower by George, 335 N Olympic Ave., Arlington


Arlington Public Schools and the Arlington Drug Awareness Coalition Present. . .
Beyond the Shadows -Drug Awareness and Education


Coming in December 2015!!

Lakewood High School Music Program Fund Raiser

"The Coats" Holiday Show ~ Featured Opening by LHS Jazz Choir, 'Swingbeat'

Thursday, Dec. 3 at 7:30 PM (Doors Open at 7:10)
Tickets are just $17.50
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Tickets will also available to purchase the night of the show at the door.


Arlington High School's

Ho, Ho, Ho!
Flight, the award-winning choir from Arlington High School, is bringing to our community a spectacular show. After months of preparing the music, songs, and dancing they will take to the stage ready to bring you some serious joy! It is a perfect event to bring everyone in your family from 3 to 93 years old. Best of all, the show is reasonably priced, and you won't have to drive all the way to Seattle to experience a quality Christmas show.

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World-renown Concert Pianist Sam Rotman has performed thousands of concerts in over 59 countries. Mr. Rotman shares his music and the message of faith at over 110 concerts per year, in venues such as Carnegie Hall, New York, and the Grand Hall of the Conservatoire in Moscow.

Friday, December 18th, 2015 - 7:00pm

This is a free concert with refreshments served.

For more information, please contact Calvary Arlington at;

Office: (360) 618-1780