Fall Theatre Season 2017 2018 

Main Stage Productions


The Legend of the Wolfman

Set within Eastern Idaho, the legend of the loup-garou comes to life in this West High production. The Wolfman makes his first attack, and the town bands together to discover who the Wolfman is by day. Through 90 exciting minutes of drama, fights, animal attacks, and simulated gunfire, these townspeople uncover the secret and save the few people left in the small town.


We recommend audience members of 12 years and older.


School Performance Oct. 5th @ 10:00 AM

Public Performances Oct. 5-7 @ 7:00 PM


Junie B. Jones The Musical

In this kid-friendly musical, Junie B. goes through the adventure of her first day of school. First grade brings many learning experiences to Junie B. Although her old best friend, Lucille, doesn’t want to be her friend anymore, the new kid at school, Herb, becomes fast friends with Junie B. She also learns from her teacher, Mr. Scary, that she may need to get glasses. She meets the friendly lunch lady, plays games with her friends, and survives a very exciting year of first grade.


School Performance Nov. 9 @ 10:00 AM

Public Performances Nov. 9-11 @ 7:00 PM


The Addams Family

The Addams family is one of the best at being different. To be happy is to be sad and to feel pain is to feel joy; everything is quitebackwards from what the average person admires. But this quirky family still has to deal with regular challenges of life, the hardestof all being the one thing parents dread the most: children growing up. Gomez and Morticia, the parents of the Addams family, havecontinued their family’s century-old traditions proudly and happily. However, their 18 year-old daughter Wednesday doesn’t feel soin support of these traditions anymore, and is ready to grow up and have a life of her own. Her love interest, Lucas, is from a niceOhio family, and could possibly be the least Addams sounding person Wednesday could have met. When Wednesday invites Lucasto dinner, the Addamses must face change- one of the very things they have avoided for centuries.


School Performances March 1 and 2 @ 10:00 AM                                                                                                                

Public Performance March 1-3 @ 7:00 PM


The Head That Wouldn’t Die

A madman is on the loose and college student Penny, somewhat flighty, has gotten a gun for protection over the objections of herbrainy roommate Janice. The objections prove all too true when Penny accidentally shoots her boyfriend, Glen. Granted, his senseof humor often makes people want to shoot him, but this was truly an accident. Fortunately, Janice is a pre-med genius and she isable to use a very unorthodox method to save Glen’s life...kind of. His head at least, but only temporarily. While Glen protests tobeing stored in the TV cabinet, Penny is concerned that not all of Glen’s body could be saved. After all, what’s a boyfriend withoutall his body parts? Janice is frantic as to what to do next as the unusual events have attracted the attention of a nosy neighbor and acurious police officer. Janice and Penny try their best to conceal the horrible secret but events soon start to spiral out of control.Janice calls upon her nerdy scientist friend, Luke. Perhaps his newest creation, the B7 robot, can save the situation. But then, whatabout the werewolf?

School Performances April 5 @ 10:00 AM     

Public Performance April  5-7 @ 7:00 PM


All productions are at West Anchorage High School Auditorium Performances begin at the listed time. Please plan to be on time.