Guys and Dolls

Acalanes Choral Music presents

Guys and Dolls

March 6-8, 7pm - Doors open at 6:30

In the PAC. Tickets are available now on the web store for only $16! Get them while you can. See you at the show!


Welcome to the Acalanes High School Performing Arts Website

The Acalanes High School Performing Arts Boosters (APAB) is the non-profit organization established to support the choral, drama and instrumental programs at Acalanes High School.  APAB has three primary missions:

  • Fundraising - primarily for activities outside of the classroom such as tours, clinics, competitions, commissioning music or plays
  • Advocacy - communicating to the community about our programs
  • Recruiting - attracting students into Acalanes’ performing arts classes

We are dedicated to the prinicpal that all the performing arts at Acalanes are worthwhile, provide students with invaluable skills and confidence that will last them a lifetime, and are worthy of the community's support of time and money.

Check out the other areas of this site for an overview of the Performing Arts groups at Acalanes, upcoming performances and other events, and specific accomplishmenets and awards our students receive during the year.

Still have questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions section.

Thank you and we will see you at the show!

The Man Who Came To Dinner

Acalanes DramaDons presents George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart's classic comedy

The Man Who Came To Dinner

November 13-16

In the Little Theater.


Showtime is 7:00;  doors open at 6:30.  General admission tickets are $10, $7 for students; tickets may be purchased on the web store, at the door or on campus during lunch.  All proceeds benefit the Acalanes Performing Arts Boosters - Drama Discipline.



Witness personalities of the radio and other varieties slip into some comedic foibles at Acalanes with gut-busting performances from Riley Brant, Jacob Burges, Andrew Cope, Grant Gerber, Sierra Galanza, Ryan Hennessy, Danny Igoe, Jess Kallen, Charlie Kimball, Fiona Matson, Rory Noone, Jonathan Nottage, Catherine O’Brien, Maggie Ortiz-Fischer, Izzy Parkinson-Morgan, Kyle Poppert, Terri Taylor, and Callie Zucker. With Student Director/Stage Manager Maddie Cleaver and Assistant Stage Managers Claire Amaral and Thomas Yates.

Click here to buy tickets - see you at the show!

How Music Could Make You a Rocket Scientist

All of the talk about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) is missing an A. There's a strong argument for STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics)

"There is a very strong correlation between childhood engagement in the creative arts and measurable success later in life, researchers at Michigan State University have found." (continue [ABC World News 10/27/2013])

Pops Pictures!

Check out over 300 wonderful pictures from the recent Acalanes Pops Concert here. It was as always fun and amazing to see what these students can do.

All proceeds go back to the Sports Boosters and Gint Federas takes the photos own his own time!


Top 10 Skills Children Learn from the Arts
Check out this great article from the Washington Post
Updates From Our Instructors

We hope you enjoyed our first quarterly APAB newsletter sent out in early December. Click here to view the newsletter and sign up using the link on the left.

If you want to read the full text of the instructors' updates, visit the following:


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