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Fall Musical: Disney’s High School Musical

Disney Channel’s smash hit movie musical comes back to Schreiber Auditorium packed with energy, romance, drama, and most of all—fun. With planned collaborations with the Pioneer Marching Band and Athletics Department (and a few staff cameos), we’re excited to see what happens when “We’re All in This Together.”

All performances in Schreiber Auditorium.

Friday Nov. 3 @ 7:30pm
Sunday Nov 5 @ 2:00pm matinee
Friday Nov 10 @ 7:30pm
Saturday Nov 11 @ 7:30pm
Sunday Nov 12 @ 2:00pm matinee

Tickets: $10 (Students, 65+ Seniors, PHS Staff); $15 (Adults)
Assigned Seating Tickets will be available in advance at showtix4u.com (click here!). Online ticket sales for each show end about an hour before that performance.
General Admission Tickets will be available at the door before each performance.


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FutureStars 2018

The most popular talent show in Michigan — FutureStars — is back! Come watch talented teens from ALL Ann Arbor public schools light up the big Schreiber stage with their amazing singing, dancing, breaking, rapping, and instrumental performances. The top three acts from each of the preliminary shows, as critiqued by a special panel of judges and voted on by the audience, will go on to the Finals to compete for the title of “FutureStar 2018”.

As always the show will also feature staged skits by our talented emcees and
songs performed by our up-and-coming underclassmen—“Rising Stars.”

All performances are in Schreiber Auditorium.

Preliminary Rounds
Friday Jan 19 @ 7:00pm
Friday Jan 19 @ 9:30pm
Saturday Jan 20 @ 7:00pm
Saturday Jan 20 @ 9:30pm

Preliminary Tickets: All $10
Advanced Tickets will be available on showtix4u.com (click here!).
General Admission Tickets will be available at the door an hour before each performance.

Final Competition
Saturday Jan 27 @ 7:30pm

Finals Tickets: $10 (Students, 65+ Seniors, PHS Staff), $15 (Adults)
Advanced Tickets will be available on showtix4u.com (click here!). Student Tickets purchased in advance will require a student ID at the door. Buy tickets early – the Finals will sell out!


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Winter Play: The Crucible

Winner of 1953’s Tony Award for Best Play, Arthur Miller’s dramatic depiction of the Salem witch trials has earned a place in the canon of great American literature and in High School English classes across the country. Written as an allegory for McCarthyism, the vitriolic “witch hunt” for Communists that took place in Cold War America, Miller provides audiences with a gripping depiction of the dangers of perpetuating hysteria.

All performances in The Little Theater.

February  8 @ 7:30pm
February  9 @ 7:30pm
February  10 @ 7:30pm
February  11 @ 2:00pm matinee

Tickets: TBD
Advanced Tickets TBD
General Admission Tickets
will be available at the door an hour before each performance.


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Spring Musical: In The Heights

Before writing Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda redefined the American Musical with his 2008 debut Broadway smash-hit, In The Heights. Winner of four Tony Awards (including Best Musical of 2008) and nominated for the Pulitzer Prize, In the Heights broke several theatrical boundaries, incorporating elements of hip-hop, salsa, and the vibrant culture of Manhattan’s Washington Heights neighborhood.

All performances in Screiber Auditorium.

Saturday April 21 @ 7:30pm
Sunday April 22 @ 2:00pm matinee
Friday April 27 @ 7:30pm
Saturday April 28 @ 7:30pm
Sunday April 29 @ 2:00pm matinee

Tickets: $10 (Students, 65+ Seniors, PHS Staff); $15 (Adults)
Assigned Seating Tickets will be available in advance at showtix4u.com (click here!). Online ticket sales for each show end about an hour before that performance.
General Admission Tickets will be available at the door starting an hour before each performance.


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Student Productions

Completely written, directed, designed, built and performed by students, “Stud Pros” is the culminating showcase featuring the skills our students have developed throughout the year. This year, with planning and assistance in Alex’s writing class and Quinn’s theatre production class, students will receive mentorship throughout the year so they are prepared to completely take the reigns in May. We are excited to watch students create original work and thrive in the pressure-filled two weeks leading up to the shows!

All performances are in The Little Theater.

Saturday May 19 @ 7:30pm
Sunday May 20 @ 2:00pm matinee

Tickets: All $7
General Admission Tickets will be sold at the door before each performance (cash or check only).