WHS Theater Company



The Weston High Theater Company presents

 William Shakespeare's romantic comedy

As You Like It

 Opening our fall 2016 season

November 17, 18 and 19, 2016 at 7:30 pm


As You Like It is William Shakespeare’s uproarious comedy about love, mistaken identity and  how far you have to go to make a relationship work.

In the middle of a world with corrupt leaders and siblings fighting siblings for power, young Rosalind is forced to flee from the threats of her guardian into the Forest of Arden. Because of the danger of traveling as a woman alone, she disguises herself as a man. But in the forest, she encounters Orlando, a young man she loves--who has been forced to flee his brother's murderous rage. Orlando also loves her, but has always been too tongue-tied to speak with her.


Will Rosalind find a way to keep Orlando’s love, even while she’s disguised as a man? Will Orlando learn how to communicate with her?


For this and three other romantic plots, join the award-winning Weston High Theater Company as they kick off their 2016-2017 with As You Like it on November 17, 18 and 19 at 7:30 in the Weston High School Auditorium. Tickets on sale soon at westonschools.org 


People can call 781 786-5980 for details. We will have a new way to get tickets--using the school department website--link to follow!





The Weston High Theater Company finishes its award-winning 2015-2016 season with a musical that has been called the “nonshowbiz counterpart” to A Chorus Line, Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso’s resonant and powerful Working.


Theater Company hosted a fantastic "Massachusetts Theater Celebration"  culminating with workshops, performances, camaraderie, discussions of craft and some great bonding. Arlington School (part of McLean Hospital), Dennis-Yarmouth, Nauset, Boston Arts Academy, West Bridgewater and Weston performed one-act plays (three of which were originals) in a wonderfully warm and supportive atmosphere.


At the end of the event, two adjudicators presented awards

for acting and technical theater.


Receiving individual acting awards were

Donya Potter for the role of Christina

Hannah LeBaron for the role of Eliza

Elizabeth Cuzzupoli for the role of Veronica


The following four received an ensemble acting award for their work as the

"senior executive board":

Michael Brown, Erik Enzmann, Will Haines, Charlie Hattabaugh


The following five students received the only technical award given during the day, for their sound design of the production:

Michael Brown, Austin Critchlow, Maddie Epperson, Erik Enzmann and Charlie Hattabaugh

 The David Dooley Award for the "Unsung Hero" of festival was given to

Austin Critchlow and Karen Huang.

The Weston High Theater Company presents
Ready or Not

Ready or Not is a 40 minute play that, through the lens of a strained sibling relationship, looks at the connection between commerce and healing. After the founder of a pharmaceutical company passes away, struggles between his CEO daughter and med student son grow when the son begins to date the leader of a group protesting the company’s pricing policies.




“One false move and we could have a farce on our hands.”


The award-winning Weston High Theater Company opens its 2015-2016 with Tom Stoppard’s uproarious On the Razzle. When grocery clerk Weinberl and apprentice Christopher are suddenly promoted by their overbearing boss, they realize they have only one chance for adventure before they must face the gloom of adult responsibilities, and they head into Vienna for “a real razzle of a day.”

Filled with mistaken identities, romantic entanglements and Stoppard’s unparalleled wordplay, On the Razzle is a sparkling and fast-paced romp based on the same Austrian play that also inspired the musical Hello, Dolly!










On Saturday March 14, 2015 Weston High and Theater Company hosted and helped design the inaugural Massachusetts Theater Celebration, a new non-competitive venture run by the METG.

It was a great artistic and educational event. In addition to the shows, each participating director led a theater workshop.

After the performances, directors facilitated four discussion groups, mixing the students from all schools. Because it was non-competitive, kids were even more able than usual to engage with one another in open discussions of the plays. Lots of thinking about the work, the creativity, the challenges and solutions--and great conversations with the adjudicators, who gave verbal rather than written feedback in free-ranging discussions with the casts and crews after each performance.

Weston students received many for their production of Gray Shutters--which had its best performance:

Katherine Goff for the role of Kacie Foster
Georgia Harper for the role of Sophie Foster
Rachel Lipkin for the role of D'Arci

In addition, Becky Jesurum received an award for lighting design and the team of Katherine Goff, Charlie Hattabaugh, Becky Jesurum and Alex Seel received an award for Sound Design.




WHS Theater Company
earns 12th nomination
Theater Company has again been nominated by the American High School Theatre Festival committee to represent the best of American high school theater.
This is our 12th nomination since 2004.
We will not pursue a slot at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, which will tak place in summer 20167 but, as they say, "It was an honor just to be nominated."

WHS Theater Company at the 2014 Activities Fair



Weston High Theater Company


Thursday, May 8-Saturday, May 10, 2014

Book by Terrence McNally
Music by Stephen Flaherty
Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens
Based on the novel Ragtime By E. L. Doctorow

The WHS Theater Company's original winter play

winner at the METG Drama Festival

at Norwood High School on Saturday, March 1, 2014.



2013 WHS Theater Company Fall Play
An original interpretation of
The Inspector General
November 14, 15 and 16, 2013, 7:30 pm 
WHS Auditorium 


See the Photo Gallery for more pictures

Weston High Theater Company presents  
May 2, 3, & 4, 2013, 7:30pm
Weston High School Auditorium
It’s Baltimore, 1962, and Tracy Turnblad is a big girl with big hair and big dreams. She might not look like the obvious choice to dance with the teen heartthrobs on the Corny Collins Show, but her determination, optimism and energy change not only the show but the lives of all around her. Set at a turning point in the Civil Rights movement, the hilarious, high energy rock musical Hairspray tell the story of integration, inclusion and progress, proving that “Yesterday is history and it’s never coming back.”


WHS Theater Company

Cast of Harispray in Rehearsal


See the Photo Gallery





WHS  Theater Company  
Club Advisor Mr. John Minigan



Elizabeth Cuzzupoli

Charlie Hattabaugh?

Tina Ziobro


Vice Presidents-

Hannah LeBaron, Hair and Make-up

Brianna LaValle, Costumes

Maddie Epperson and John McMann   Lights and Sound

Maddie Epperson,  Crew and Management

Julie Jesurum Set/Shop



To produce four shows per year: two plays, one musical and an evening of student-directed work. Students are encouraged to participate in Theater Company activities by auditioning as performers or by contributing as backstage workers. Rehearsals and stage sessions take place after school and on weekends. The group also sponsors workshops, field trips to local theaters and elsewhere, presentations of student-written work as well as participation in the Boston Shakespeare Competition the Mass Youth Playwrights Project and the Massachusetts High School Drama Festival.

Schedule See HC Club Meetings and Activities Listing  




To volunteer to help the WHS Theater Company, join

CAST: the Community Alliance for Student Theater

Visit the CAST webpage under

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