Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Winter Concert

It may be chilly outside, but our music will warm your hearts! Please join the Burlington High School chorus and band for their Annual Holiday Concert.

Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Fogelburg Performing Arts Center

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Friday Football Fast Approaching

The season is winding down, but the Burlington High Red Devil Fans will get a little more action before it comes to an end.  Please join the BHS Marching Red Devils and Cheerleaders as they pep up the fans and cheer on the players.  We will once again be playing at Varsity Field at 7pm this week.  Bring it on Winchester!

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Friday Night Lights

Once again the BHS football team hits home turf for Friday Night Lights.  Burlington plays Wayland this Friday at 7:00pm.  Come out to Varsity Field to watch the action. Recently, the Marching Red Devils added "You've Got A Friend in Me" to their show.  The marching band is always full of surprises, so be sure to catch this week's half-time show!

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Weekend Update

Music Booster Followers... we have a BIG weekend ahead!  It all "kicks" off with a post-season football game in Melrose.  Game time is 7pm at Melrose High School.

Sunday afternoon, the Music Booster's presents a Gala Concert and Silent Auction, featuring the New England Tenors, many BHS singers, and a few performances on the new Steinway.  This is a wonderful event for people of all ages to enjoy!  Come early to look over the auction items and enjoy some tasty treats during intermission.  The show begins at 2pm in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center.  Tickets may be purchased by calling 781 - AFunTic or at the door.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Friday Night Lights

Let's start the weekend with some BHS Football!  The Burlington Red Devils take on Wakefield Friday night at Varsity Field.  Game time is 7:00pm.  The marching Red Devils will thrill the crowd at half-time as well as pre- and post- game tunes.  Come out and enjoy!

By the way... if you have yet not had the privilege to see the halftime show, check out this you tube video from a few weeks ago.    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hu3sp0F3dV0    The show is bigger and better now and of course, really fantastic in person!

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Gala Concert and Silent Auction

The Burlington High School Music Boosters Association is proud to host its sixth annual "Gala Benefit Concert and Silent Auction" on Sunday afternoon, November 3rd, 2013, at 2 PM in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center at Burlington High School.

This year's theme for the Gala will be "Favorite Songs From Around the World", including Italian, Irish, American, and French songs.  We are proud to feature the New England Tenors and Burlington High School's very own Chorus and Select Chorus. In addition, we will be showcasing Burlington High's brand new Steinway & Son's grand piano. 

Burlington High School Performing Arts Director John Middleton-Cox leads the trio of the New England Tenors. He is joined by tenors Damien Corcoran and Jeffery Hartman. They are accompanied by pianist Wayne Ward, violinist Peter Stickel and BHS grad and current Berkley student Patrick Hanafin.

Intermission will offer a time to bid on silent auction items while enjoying tasty refreshments graciously provided by Shaws, Stop and Shop (of Bedford and Woburn), Market Basket, Delicious Desserts, Lacascia’s, Burlington Marriott and Bedford Doubletree. Among the items to bid on include a weekend night stay and breakfast, one at the Hilton Garden Inn and one at the Doubletree Hilton in Bedford, restaurant gift cards from the Capital Grill, Seasons 52 as well as Not Your Average Joe’s. Other items include health club memberships, massages, Nashoba Valley lift tickets, and a host of other surprises!

General admission tickets for the "Gala Benefit Concert and Silent Auction" are $10 for students and senior citizens, and $15 for adults. All proceeds from this event will benefit the BHS Music Boosters and the Select Singers' trip to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York this upcoming year! Tickets are available through the Burlington High School Chorus members, by phone at 781-A-FUN-TIC, and at the door. Doors open and bidding begins at 1:30 pm. Fogelberg Performing Arts Auditorium is handicapped-accessible. 

Friday, October 18, 2013

New Address for Tonight's Game!

Sorry for any confusion, but the game in Watertown tonight is actually at Victory Field, 40 Orchard Street,  (not the high school). Please take note and load this address into your GPS.

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Game Time

This week the BHS Marching Red Devils show off their stuff in Watertown!  Please join us for some exciting football and a terrific half-time show.  Marching Band students are at the top of their game after last week's Invitational in Salem, New Hampshire.  Game time is 7:00pm.  It should be a clear and crisp evening, so an extra layer is probably a good idea.   For GPS purposes, the address for the high school is:  50 Columbia Street,  Watertown MA 01747.  Catch you at the game!

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Busy Weekend Ahead

There's a lot happening in the music department this weekend, and we want you to share all the fun! First, Friday Night Lights features the Burlington Varsity Football team playing Stoneham on home territory. Game time is 7:00pm.  This will be the final dress rehearsal before the marching band's feature event of the year.. the Salem Invitational. The band will travel to Salem, New Hampshire on Saturday, October 12th for a 6pm show.    All fans are encouraged to attend and get there early!  All band members are reminded to eat a hearty meal before the show and bring money for concessions.  If you'd like directions to the Salem show, just check out this link:

Monday, October 7, 2013

Music Booster's General Meeting

Please join us for the first 
Music Booster's General Meeting  
October 9th 
BHS band room

We welcome all new and returning members!  The focus of the evening will be the music booster's mission and upcoming events for the 2013-2014 school year.  See you there!

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Friday Night Lights

This week the Burlington Red Devils take on Melrose.  Game time is 7pm and on AWAY turf.  The Marching Red Devils will entertain the crowd and is sure to please.  Join us at the game for some good football, music, and lots of fun!

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

It's Time for Friday Night Lights!

Wilmington High School is the next location for Friday Night Lights.  Our own Red Devils will take on Wilmington Wilcats at a 7pm kickoff.  There is sure to be a battle of the bands at half-time as well.
Join us on FRIDAY at Wilmington High School.  For directions, follow this link:

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Friday Night Lights!

Please join us under the lights for the Home Opener of BHS Football.  We take on Woburn High at our own Varsity Field.  The marching band will once again entertain fans during halftime. The band's musicianship and precision can't be beat! This show shouldn't be missed.  Game time is 7pm. Hope to see you there!

Saturday, August 31, 2013

Friday Night Lights: BHS Football vs. Billerica

Come see the Burlington High School Marching Band perform at halftime during the BHS Football game against Billerica.  This week's AWAY game will feature a great night of town camraderie, awesome football, and a spectacular marching band performance during the halftime show.  Kickoff is at 7 pm at Billerica's Middle School, Friday night, September 6th.  Hope to see you there!

Saturday, July 20, 2013

 BEST Celebrates Five Years with Disney’s 
“The Little Mermaid, Jr.”

The Burlington Educational Summer Theatre (BEST) proudly announces that it will celebrate five years of summer youth theater when it presents Disney’s “The Little Mermaid, Jr,” on July 27 at 2:00 and 7:30 pm in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center of Burlington High School.    Buy Tickets ... 

“The Little Mermaid, Jr.,” directed by April Foley, takes place in a magical kingdom fathoms below, where the beautiful young mermaid Ariel longs to leave her ocean home to live in the world above. But first, she'll have to defy her father King Triton, make a deal with the evil sea witch Ursula, and convince Prince Eric that she’s the girl with the enchanting voice.

Adapted from Disney’s 2008 Broadway production, The Little Mermaid, Jr. features the hit songs "Part of Your World," "She’s in Love," and the Oscar-winning "Under the Sea."

Leading the cast of 66 students as the lovely young mermaid Ariel is Mia Campbell. She is joined by Patrick Creedon as Prince Eric, Jade Gordon as Ursula, Crystal Curran as King Triton, Julie Surabian as Flounder and Clara Hevia as Scuttle.

BEST, a summer enrichment program sponsored by the Burlington Public Schools, strives to give young students from the second through eighth grade a solid basis of experience and knowledge in theatre arts so they can grow and develop as performers. What makes BEST unique among the summer theatre camps is that it provides an educational experience to three levels of Burlington theatre students. At the same time it provides an opportunity for high school aged theatre students to become mentors to the theatre campers as counselors.

The BEST performances of Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Jr. will take place in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center, 123 Cambridge Street, Burlington. Reserved tickets are $10 for students and senior citizens, $15 for adults. Tickets can be purchased at www.BurlingtonTheatre.com or by phone at 781-A-FUN-TIC. Fogelberg Performing Arts Center is air-conditioned and handicapped accessible

Thursday, May 30, 2013

BHS Spring Sing is TONIGHT

 Don't Miss BHS Spring Sing TONIGHT! 
Remember these talented BHS alumni?  They rocked the stage at Spring Sing!  Don't miss tonight's episode of.... you guessed it, BHS Spring Sing!  Maybe these famous alumni will be spotted along with others singing the traditional alumni song on stage.
Our seniors are out of school, finishing up finals, and preparing for graduation ceremonies.  Here is their last chance to grace the BHS stage with their extraordinary talents.  Usually hosted by graduating seniors with style, grace, and a little bit of humor sprinkled in, Spring Sing is a vocal talent display like none other!  From freshmen to seniors and even beyond to the alumni stage gathering, tonight will be sure to enlighten, entertain, and maybe even put a tear in your eye.  There's even a special performance by the BHS Chorus and a final farewell to our seniors.
So don’t miss the music TONIGHT, Thursday, May 30, at 7:30 pm at the air-conditioned BHS Fogelberg Performing Arts Center.
BHS Spring Sing is free!

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Great East and Upcoming Music Department Events

Chorus Successful at Great East Festival

On Friday, May 17th, the Burlington High School Chorus and Select Singers travelled to Western Massachusetts to participate in the Great East Festival.  The Select Singers won the platinum award while the Chorus won the high gold award!  After a successful set of performances, they hopped over to Six Flags for an afternoon of rides and adventure.  This annual outing provided a fun culmination to a musical year of performances for the Chorus and Select Singers, who did a magnificent job of representing Burlington at the Festival!

Upcoming BHS music events for your calendar include the following:

* Memorial Day Parade participation by the BHS Marching Band, Monday, May 26th
* Spring Sing, Thursday, May 30th
* Spring Banquet for the Concert Band and Chorus/Select Singers, Thursday, June 13th

And congratulations to our graduating seniors, whose music has touched our hearts for 4 years!  Thanks for sharing your musical talents with us, and we look forward to hearing about all of your successful futures in your years beyond Burlington High School!


Wednesday, May 8, 2013

BHS Spring Concert Ready to Take the Stage

The Burlington High School Music Department will present its annual Spring Concert on Thursday, May 0, in the Fobelberg Performing Arts Center of the high school.  The concert will begin at 7:30 pm.
Performing at their final concert of the year will be the BHS Chorus and Select Singers under the direction of John Middleton-Cox, and the BHS Jazz Ensemble and BHS Concert Band, under the baton of Matt Lovell.

Come check out the amazing music department at BHS for their last performance opportunity of the school year, this Thursday evening, May 9 at 7:30 pm. The admission is free. Fogelberg Auditorium is handicapped accessible.


BHS Marching Band at Disney World, April 2013

Congratulations to the BHS Marching Band for their successful trip to Disney World and marching down Main Street, USA.  Representing Burlington in Orlando, the band showed off their many musical talents, including the dance squad's fancy dance moves and the color guard's amazing flag skills.  All attendees had a wonderful time visiting with Mickey Mouse.  Many thanks to everyone who put this trip together, leaving the marching band with wonderful memories for many years to come.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

Letter to "Hairspray" Cast and Crew

... From the "Hairspray" Composer and Lyricist

Just prior to dress rehearsal on Thursday evening, the cast and crew of “Hairspray” were surprised with a very special letter received by their producing director John Middleton-Cox, one that was bursting with all the enthusiasm and joy that this show represents. We are so happy to share the words of the composer and lyricist of “Hairspray,” Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman. The words speak for themselves!

Dear Cast & Crew of the Burlington High School production of "HAIRSPRAY",

Scott & I were very excited to hear about the huge production of "HAIRSPRAY" you are all currently a part of.

"HAIRSPRAY" was a joyous event in our lives.  From the moment we started writing the songs to the rehearsals on 42nd St., from the Opening Night on Broadway to The Tony Awards right up to the making of the movie musical and beyond, it really has been one long dream come true for us, and we hope that your experience putting on the show brings you as much joy as we have gotten over the years.

Our only request is you share that joy!  There is no holding back allowed when putting on "HAIRSPRAY".  One has to sing every word with all the emotion you can bring to it, dance like your life depended on it, and make sure that every audience member leaves the theatre a little happier than they were when they came in, and hopefully a little more willing to accept all types of people, regardless of what they look like.  And maybe to even search out people who are different than themselves.  And dance!

Scott & I were both lucky enough to go back to our high-schools to see productions of "HAIRSPRAY".  Oprah Winfrey has never had such a "full circle" moment!  Please let that show you, very clearly, that two guys like us who loved doing musicals when we were in high-school (just like you!) worked very hard and got to have every dream come true.

Please, have fun and break a leg.  Welcome to the family of "HAIRSPRAY"!

xo Marc & Scott



Monday, March 11, 2013

Burlington's 50 Years of Musicals!


Burlington's 50 Years of Musicals!
(article written by Vanessa Ovian, Publicity Coordinator for "Hairspray")
Burlington High School is proud to announce that it is celebrating 50 years of musicals with the performance of the Tony Award-winning musical “Hairspray,” which will take place March 15, 16, 22, 23 and 24 in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center.

The story of an effervescent plump teen who takes on social issues in early 1960’s-era Baltimore, “Hairspray” moves to the beat of a score filled with be-bopping songs by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman. It’s oddly coincidental that this musical was chosen for this year’s production--imagine a musical that takes place in the very same era as the students who participated in Burlington’s very first musical!

And who would have guessed back in 1963 with the performance of Rogers and Hammerstein’s classic, “Oklahoma,” that it was the beginning of a half-century love affair between the town and its talented high school students.

When the curtains rose on the opening night of “Oklahoma,” Burlington High School was located in what now houses the Marshall Simonds Middle School. The school auditorium was considerably smaller than the current performance space in the 800-seat Fogelberg Performing Arts Center.

Ten years later in the spring of 1973, the high school moved to a new facility on Cambridge Street where it remains to this day. Fogelberg Auditorium (recently renamed Fogelberg Performing Arts Center) became home to the next forty years of pure enjoyment for not only cast and crew members but tens of thousands of family and friends.

The first years in the new theatre were challenging compared to today’s standards. There was almost no stage lighting, no carpeting for acoustical purposes and no sound amplification. The space, however, was a director’s dream as it was equipped with deep wings, a green room, fly space, and enough seats for the entire student body.

As time and musicals marched on so, too, did technology. Today’s performances are enhanced by wireless microphones, two-way radios for stage management, multi-dimensional lighting and special effects projections. What was once publicized by hand-drawn posters and photos in the local papers, is now also handled by a Burlington Theatre website, social media, local cable television, electronic news delivery and bulletin boards, and broadcast emails. Burlington casts now hover in the 90-100 student range and with the creation of the high school Stage Crew, over 25 students man lights, sound, props and sets, and professionals design and construct everything from sets to costumes to lighting.

Through the magic of theatre Burlington audiences have been transported to locales far and near. They have travelled to a rival ballpark in New York where they’ve chanted about those “Damn Yankees,” to Austria where they heard that the hills were alive with “The Sound of Music,” and to Rome where they found out that “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum! They have delightfully been seated atop a mattress, skipped along a yellow brick road and witnessed tragedy and redemption during a student uprising in 19th century Paris.

In celebration of the golden anniversary of BHS musicals, a Facebook group for its alumni was created. The group took off like wildfire. Now nearing the 300 member mark, former students post memories, photos, programs and pictures. The enthusiasm is contagious as former cast and crew members reminisce about their days on stage.

As a result of this outpouring of memories, “Hairspray’s” producing-director John Middleton-Cox realized that a very special reunion would honor the occasion and the “50 Years of BHS Musicals Reunion and Reception” was conceived. Following the Friday, March 22 performance of “Hairspray,” former cast and crew members will gather with a number of their directors at the high school to reminisce and celebrate the influence that fifty years of Burlington High School musicals have had on their lives. Among those in attendance will be former directors Bob Tyler, Mike Barczak, Nancy Ferretti and Sue LaVoie.

The success of the past fifty years has also recently piqued the interest of a new, younger generation of musical theatre actors. To fill a void where no program existed, Middleton-Cox and the Burlington Public Schools developed the Burlington Educational Summer Theatre (BEST). A thriving summer musical theatre program entering its fourth year, BEST operates on two levels, offering younger students a chance to explore the performing arts and older students the opportunity to participate in a complete musical production culminating in performances in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center.

These 50 years of musicals at Burlington High School have been a testament to the dedication and passion that have been shared by generations of all who have stepped onto the BHS stage. The greatest validation of the program is that the alumni truly cherish the life-long and sometimes life-changing memories of their years at Burlington High School.

“Hairspray,” a family-friendly production, will be performed on March 15, 16, 22 and 23 at 7:30 pm and March 24 at 2:00 pm. Tickets are $10 for students/senior citizens and $15 for adults and can be purchased online at www.BurlingtonTheatre.com or by phone at 781-A-FUN-TIC. The Fogelberg Performing Arts Center is a handicapped accessible venue.

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Hairspray Poster Designer Dominic Calicchio

(Used by permission:  written by Vanessa Ovian)
Artistic vision is a gift. For senior Dominic Calicchio that gift has given him the opportunity to design the artwork chosen to represent this year’s high school production of “Hairspray.”

Art has always been an interest and part of Calicchio’s life, beginning when he was a young age with an interest in drawing. Upon entering Burlington High School, his talent led him to design and ceramics, and in his senior year he became a member of the Digital Publishing Team.

The Team, a class of 15 talented digital arts students who create designs for the school and the Burlington community, is taught by art faculty member Keith Mistler whose background is in photography and graphic arts.

In January, the Digital Publishing Team students were given the assignment to create the graphic design that would be used in all the print work and publicity for this year’s musical. 

Reminded of the significance of the assignment, the students were asked to create a design that would represent everything about the show. To establish a starting point for their work, producing director John Middleton-Cox visited the Digital Publishing team and provided input regarding specific guidelines which included common themes in the play, text and size requirements.

The chosen work would appear on all signage, on the playbill and on apparel that the cast and crew members would sport. It would also take a prominent position joining other theatrical posters that are now on permanent display outside the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center.  

 The “Hairspray” assignment took approximately two weeks of class time during which Mistler and his Team watched the movie, researched the time period and brainstormed ideas before starting to sketch on paper. They went to work on their designs and as in all class assignments, it was graded.

Calicchio created his rough design in about a week, was critiqued and after about three to four weeks of hard work was chosen as the “Hairspray” graphic artist.

 “At the beginning of the year I had never worked with any computer art programs and now I’ve been selected with such a great honor,” comments Calicchio. “I took everything in, especially the characters and the themes, and used all of my knowledge to put into my design.”

 His creative process goes back to that artistic vision and Calicchio explains it simply. “In my head I can see exactly what I want to create for my Digital Publishing projects and for this project I was able to make it happen!”

 Mistler is all praise for his student’s talent. “Dom is a talented and hardworking student. His commitment to the arts is apparent by his innovative and unique designs and his contributions and ideas to the digital publishing class are highly valued.”

Dominic Calicchio isn’t exactly sure what the future holds. Following graduation he plans to enter a college program in criminal justice but spends a lot of time thinking about the arts and if they could be his future.

“I’m an eighteen year old kid who isn’t quite sure what I want to do with my life, so anything can happen.” He continues, “I’m just happy my work is appreciated and I hope it’s exactly what the show is looking for.”

Performances of “Hairspray” will take place on March 15, 16, 22 and 23 at 7:30 pm and March 24 at 2:00 pm in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center, a handicapped accessible facility, located at 123 Cambridge Street, Burlington, Massachusetts. Tickets are available online at www.BurlingtonTheatre.com or by phone at 781-A-FUN-TIC.

Monday, February 25, 2013

Got Music?  We Do!  Upcoming BHS Band and Chorus Concerts!


This week, the BHS Band and Chorus will present their annual Ides of Marc" concert, Thursday evening, February 28th, 2013, in the cafeteria of the high school (located at the back of the building). Come in from the cold and snow and enjoy some lovely musical selections presented to you by the BHS Chorus and Select Singers under the direction of John Middleton-Cox. In addition, for your musical entertainment, the BHS Concert and Jazz Bands will once again light up the room with their powerful and moving renditions of some classic favorites. Refreshments will be provided and the concert is free of charge, beginning at 7:30 pm. The BHS Cafeteria is handicapped accessible.

Also coming to the BHS musical calendar is the fourth annual All-Town Band Concert, which will be held in the BHS gymnasium on Thursday, March 7th beginning at 7:00 pm. A favorite of many, the concert will feature all grades from the Burlington band program, including elementary, middle, and high school music students. Concert goers will be treated to a special view into the growth and progression of musical prowess throughout the grades, providng motivation to the younger students to stick with their instrumental studies in anticipation of the musical excellence that can be expected in the highter grades. Besides, who wouldn't want to go to Disney World, like the BHS Marching Band will be doing this April vacation! The concert is free of charge.

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Burlington High School is excited to announce that "you can't stop the beat" when it presents its hilarious and uplifting production of Hairspray, the Broadway Musical on March 15, 16, 22, 23 at 7:30 pm and on March 24 at 2:00 pm. Performances of the Tony award-winning musical will take place in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center of Burlington High School.

Picture this: It's 1962 in Baltimore and the lovable plus-size teen Tracy Turnblad has only one desire - to dance on the popular Corny Collins Show. When her dream comes true, Tracy is transformed from social outcast to sudden star. She must use her newfound power to dethrone the reigning Teen Queen, win the affections of heart throb Link Lark, and integrate a TV network, all without denting her 'do!

A family-friendly production, Hairspray promises to have you be-boppin' with a roster of uplifiting songs by Mark Chaiman and Scott Wittman that include "Good Morning Baltimore," "Mama, I'm a Big Girl Now," "Welcome to the '60s," and "You Can't Stop the Beat."

Leading the talent-packed cast of Hairspray is senior Marissa Cote as the ever-optimistic Tracy Turnblad. She is joined by Eddie Gelberg as Corny Collins, Steven Gelberg as Link Larkin, Mikayla Merrill as Velma Von Tussle, Ashley Shafman as Amber Von Tussle, Emily Martin as Penny Pingleton, Gina Ganley as Prudy Pendleton and Joram Coichy as Seaweed J. Stubbs. Also featured are Nicollette Moodie as Motormouth Maybelle, Michael Garcia as Edna Turnblad, Harry Lane as Wilbur Turnblad and Caroline Kashgegian as Little Inez and Nicholas Silva as Harriman Spritzer.

Tickets for Hairspray, The Broadway Musical are now on sale and can be purchased by visiting www.BurlingtonTheater.com or by phone at 781-A-FUN-TIC (781-238-6842). Ticket prices are $10 for students and senior citizens, $15 for adults. All performances will take place in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center of Burlington High School, 123 Cambridge Street in Burlington, Massachusetts, a handicapped accessible facility.

Thursday, February 7, 2013

Upcoming Burlington High School Marching Band Trip to Disney World

The band will be travelling to Disney World to march down Main Street in Magic Kingdom during April school vacation week, April 15 - 19, 2013.  Here is a draft itinerary for your planning purposes:

Monday, April 15th, Travel and Epcot
Tuesday, April 16th, March down Main St., Magic Kingdom
Wednesday, April 17th, Hollywood Studios
Thursday, April 18th, Magic Kingdom and packing/pool time
Friday, April 19th, Animal Kingdom and Travel

SAVE THE DATE: Mandatory Parent/Bandie Disney Meeting with Bill Lacey of World Class Vacations .... Tuesday, April 2 at 7:00 pm ... BHS Auditorium.

Parents (at least one) and Bandies must attend to go over final details, expectations and questions for the April 15th departure for Walt Disney World.

Other Upcoming Important Dates for your BHS Music Calendar:

Ides of March Concert in the BHS cafeteris - February 28th
All Town Band Concert in the BHS wooden gym - March 7th
BHS Spring Musical:  "Hairspray" - March 15, 16, 22, 23, 24

BHS Spring Musical:  Hairspray

Burlington High School is excited to announce that “you can’t stop the beat’ when it presents the hilarious and uplifting award-winning stage and film musical, “Hairspray.” Performances will take place on March 15, 16, 22, 23 and 24 and in the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center of Burlington High School.

Tickets are now on sale for "Hairspray" by visiting www.BurlingtonTheatre.com! Don't forget to invite your friends and family on FB through our events page.