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It’s Alive – One Show Revival of “Zombie Prom”


Triton Arts presents the revival of the Triton High School spring musical, “Zombie Prom”, on Saturday, June 9 at 7:00 p.m. in the THS auditorium.

This alarming tale of atomic teen angst, takes us back to those Fabulous Fifties when Ike and Mamie were in the White House, Dad was home from WWII, Mom was in the kitchen, and kids were spinning those rock and roll 45’s!

“Zombie” was a huge hit in March and has been nominated for nine Massachusetts Educational Theatre/Broadway in Boston musical theatre awards – including Best Production!

We are bringing “Zombie Prom” back for one show only as a fundraiser for some much-needed auditorium upgrades, and we want to pack the house! This is a reserved seating event, and tickets are on sale now.

Dress circle tickets are $15, and General Admission tickets are $10. We will still offer a $5 discount off those prices for students and senior citizens.

Order tickets on line by going to this link:

Order by paper form and check by clicking this link to download and print the form:

Call Sue Densmore at 978-462-8171, x1130 if you have questions or want to place a credit card order by phone.

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In spots throughout the high school that were at one time considered plain, perhaps even boring, there is now artwork that adorns the walls. And not just any artwork, but students’ own contemplations about “What is Triton, and what is the experience of school to you?”

The project came about through a desire to create artwork that the Triton community could enjoy for years to come; something to brighten the halls and that would serve as a reminder of the arts and a reflection of themselves.  Each artist went through a creative process to generate an idea, and each one had to problem-solve as they worked.

Art teacher & project lead, Josh Andrews noted, “Some took the project in a very literal direction and some took it in a more metaphorical manner.  You can see that some see school/Triton as a place to dream and wonder and others feel it is a place to work or meet their friends, or even as a tool to shape the future leaders of the world.”

Each student worked very hard and took a great amount of pride in the work they did.  If you haven’t had a chance to see the artwork in person, we hope you’ll enjoy a sampling of their creativity in the photographs below.  We are grateful for their willingness to share their experiences with us and are impressed by their artistic efforts & achievements.
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Triton Arts Presents “Bring It On: The Musical”

Triton hopes you will flip over its upcoming musical: Bring It On.  The musical (inspired by the Bring It On movie trilogy) is full of energetic hip-hop dance and pop vocals.

Campbell, the captain of Truman High School’s cheerleading team, finds herself in a whole new world as she is forced to go to Jackson High School due to new redistricting guidelines.  Jackson High School not only is without its own cheerleading squad, it is full of new rules on who and what is cool.  Watch as Campbell navigates the rocky waters of high school life and learns that it is most important to support those that will help her fly the highest instead of knocking her down.

Bring It On was nominated in 2012  for the Tony Award for Best Musical.  It first premiered at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia in January 2011 and moved to Broadway in August of 2012.  With Lin-Manuel Miranda (of current Hamilton: the musical fame) on the production team, audiences of all ages enjoy Bring It On’s music and message.

Performances take place in the Triton High School auditorium on March 3, 4, 5, and 6. Thursday, Friday and Saturday showtimes are at 7pm and Sunday the show is at 2pm.  Tickets are $8 for Students and Seniors and $10 General Admission.

Music: Tom Kitt and Lin-Manuel Miranda
Lyrics: Amanda Green, Lin Manuel Miranda
Libretto: Jeff Whitty