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Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401


Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401


Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts | 501 S. Sapodilla Ave, WPB, FL 33401


Theatre senior Mason Materdomini stands in the wings, waiting to go onstage during the theatre department’s in-school performance of the first act of “Pippin” on March 2.

In the Wings

Aiden Velez, Photo Staffer
March 11, 2023
Under the spotlight, theatre junior Von Markarian sits at his desk onstage while trying to figure out what to write in his play. “This show has been not the most prop heavy, but we had to make a lot of paper. Its about Shakespeare. Everybodys writing and reading the whole time,” theatre junior Lucas Green said. “We didnt want everybody to just be reading off of like bleached white paper. So we had to dye sheets of paper. We dyed them all brown with coffee.”

The World is a Stage

Riley Flynn, Content Team Editor
November 4, 2022
Theater junior Von Markarian looks off of the balcony on the set of “Shakespeare In Love” during rehearsals on Monday, Oct. 24. Students began designing and creating the elements of this set at the end of last year. “We had a professional painter, Sydney, come in and help us with the wood grating. I think it looks really good with the set, and I think it serves the show really well,” theatre junior Kylie Glassgold said.

Photo of the Week- 10/31

Haiden Kenney, Photo Staffer
October 31, 2022
The entire cast of “Little Shop of Horrors” comes together on stage for the finale, “Don’t Feed the Plants.” In this number, Audrey and Seymour come together after both being eaten by Audrey II as a final reminder for the audience to never feed the plants.

Don’t Feed the Plants

Lexi Critchett, Photo Editor
March 4, 2022
3:50 p.m: Band junior Cole Pasch practices the euphonium, a brass wind instrument, during an after-school rehearsal.

“I like staying after school for rehearsals because it means I get to spend more time playing in ensembles with my friends,” Pasch said. “After the rehearsal’s over, I’ll sometimes go out and get food with my friends.” 

“I think I prefer after-school rehearsals more because I get to end my day on a good foot — I’d get to play fun music, play with my friends, and not really have to worry about going to my next class after it’s done.”

Dreyfoos: After Hours

Kaylee Weiss, Social Media Staffer
March 2, 2022
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[BRIEF] It’s All In the Details

Tyler Backus, Public Relations Staffer
February 18, 2022
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