Past Productions

2008 -2009
26th Haunted House
The Enchanted Village
A Christmas Carole Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical Director: Michael Gross

 

2007-2008
The 25th Haunted House
Fiddler on the Roof Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical Director: Michael Gross
Enchanted Village
The Wizard of Oz Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical Director: Michael Gross
Merry Wives of Windsor Directed by: Ed O’Toole
Assistant to the Director: Mary Gyra

2006-2007
The 24th Haunted House
The Pirates of Penzance Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical Director: Michael Gross
Enchanted Village
Talent Showcase Directed by: Matt Kohler
Barnum Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical Director: Michael Gross
Much Ado About Nothing Directed by: Ed O’Toole
Assistant to the Director: Mary Gyra

2005-2006
The 23rd Haunted House
Wonderland the Musical Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical Director: Michael Gross
Enchanted Village
Talent Showcase Directed by: Maxie Davidson and Matt Kohler
Annie Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical Director: Michael Gross
Twelfth Night Directed by: Ed O’Toole
Assistant to the Director: Mary Gyra

2004-2005
The Lord of the Rings Haunted House
Seussical the Musical Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical Director: Sean Landers
Enchanted Village
Talent Showcase Directed by: John Sullivan
Beauty and the Beast Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical Director: Sean Landers
As You Like It Directed by: Ed O’Toole
Assistant to the Director: Mary Gyra

2003-2004
Scrooge Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical director: Bob Leech
Enchanted Village Directed by: John Sullivan
Talent Showcase Directed by: John Sullivan
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Directed by: Ed O’Toole
The Music Man Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical director: Bob Leech and Mike Gross
Asst. Musical Director: Sean Landers

2002-2003
Talent Showcase Directed by: John Sullivan
Babes in Toyland
Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical Director: Bob Leech
Enchanted Village Directed by: John Sullivan
Merry Wives of Windsor
Directed by: Ed O’Toole
Peter Pan Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical director: Bob Leech
The Summer Family Theater presents: Hansel and Gretel
Directed by: Ed O’Toole
The Summer Family Theater presents: Peter Pan Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical director: Bob Leech

2001-2002
Return of the Haunted House Directed by: John Sullivan
Talent Show 2001 Directed by: John Sullivan
The Point Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical director: Mrs. Hill
Our Town Directed by: Ed O’Toole
Twelfth Night Directed by: Ed O’Toole
Bye, Bye, Birdie Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical Director: Mrs. Hill
The Summer Family Theater presents: Wind in the Willows Directed by: John Sullivan
The Summer Family Theater presents: Snow White Directed by: Ed O’Toole
The Point Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical director: Crazy German Woman

2000-2001
Fiddler On The Roof Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical director: Kris Hill
The Return of the Haunted House Held at the BHS Auditorium.
Directed by: John Sullivan
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical director: Kris Hill
The Winter’s Tale Directed by: Ed O’Toole

1999-2000
My Fair Lady Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Jeff Billard
Musical director: Kris Hill
Vocal director: Joan Kirshner
Talent Showcase 2000
The Glass Menagerie Directed by: Jeff Billard
The Hobbit Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical director: Kris Hill
Vocal director: Joan Kirshner
A Midsummer Night’s Dream Directed by: Ed O’Toole

 

1998-1999
Joe DeRose steps down and Kris Hill becomes Musical Director and Joan Kirshner becomes Vocal director.
Sullivan & Gilbert Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Jeff Billard
Musical director: Kris Hill
Vocal director: Joan Kirshner
As You Like It Directed by: Ed O’Toole
The Wizard of Oz Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Jeff Billard
Musical director: Kris Hill
Vocal director: Joan Kirshner

1997-1998
The 15th Haunted House held at the Cape Cod Mall.
Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Jeff Billard
Bye Bye Birdie Held at Our Lady of Victory Parish Hall.
Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Jeff Billard
Musical director: Joe DeRose
Dinosaur’s Alive! Held at the Cape Cod Mall. Exhibit designed, painted, and run by the Drama Club students

1996-1997
Joe DeRose returns as musical director. School construction begins. Knight Auditorium is used as a classroom. Drama Club looks elsewhere to stage productions for two years.
The 14th Haunted House Held at the Cape Cod Mall.
Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Jeff Billard
A Christmas Carol Held at the Cape Cod Mall.
Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Jeff Billard
Vocal director: Joe DeRose
The Music Man Held at Our Lady of Victory Parish Hall
Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Jeff Billard
Musical director: Joe DeRose
Whales Exhibit Held at the Cape Cod Mall. Designed and painted by the Drama Club students.

1995-1996
Ned Rosenblatt replaces Joe DeRose as Musical director.
The 2nd Haunted House Jr. Presented at the Cape Cod Mall.
Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Jeff Billard
The Point! Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Jeff Billard
Vocal director: Ned Rosenblatt
Pit director: Josslyn Fish
Brenda Posipanko replaces Ned Rosenblatt as Musical director.
Alice In Wonderland Music Directed by: Roy Richard
Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Jeff Billard
Musical Director: Brenda Posipanko
Dinosaurs Alive! Exhibit at the Cape Cod Mall visited by over 70 thousand people. Drama club students built and painted the exhibit.
Warner Brothers On Vacation Co-production with the Hyannis Chamber Of Commerce. Students worked as characters, parade organizers, sold balloons, and performed at an outdoor talent showcase.

1994-1995
Jeff Billard is named Assistant Drama Director.
The 13th Haunted House Presented at the high school.
Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant: Jeff Billard
The Haunted House Jr. Presented at the Cape Cod Mall
Directed by: Wendy Thomas
Revenge Of The Space Pandas By: David Manet
Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Jeff Billard
On The Twentieth Century Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Jeff Billard
Musical director: Joe DeRose
The 2nd Disney Days Students perform two shows at the Melody Tent with the Disney characters and dancers.

1993-1994
John Sullivan returns again as director. Joe DeRose replaces Kris Lariviere as musical director and S. Andrew Rapo replaces Scott Glista as assistant director.
The 12th Haunted House Put on at the Cape Cod Mall (Haunted House Theme debuts)
Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: S. Andrew Rapo
Babes In Toyland Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: S. Andrew Rapo
Musical director: Joe DeRose
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: S. Andrew Rapo
Musical director: Joe DeRose
1st Disney Days Students organized a Talent Show on the Town Green and helped organize children for the numerous events.

1992-1993
John Sullivan leaves to work on The Pagemaster. Peter Crosby returns as director.
Annie Directed by: Peter Crosby
Technical director: Scott Glista
Musical director: Kris Lariviere
Pippin! Directed by: Peter Crosby
Technical director: Scott Glista
Musical director: Kris Lariviere

1991-1992
John Sullivan returns as Drama director. Scott Lariviere’s sister replaces him as Musical director.
The 11th Haunted House Put on at the High School.
Directed by: John Sullivan
Technical director: Scott Glista
Sound Of Music Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical director: Kris Lariviere
Technical director: Scott Glista
Cape Cod’s First Night Celebration Students ran “Midnight” the First Night Dragon and dressed up in costumes for the celebration parade
The Hobbit Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical director: Kris Lariviere
Technical director: Scott Glista

1990-1991
A Christmas Carol Directed by: Peter Crosby
Musical director: Scott Lariviere
Technical director: Scott Glista
Cape Cod’s First Night Celebration Students ran “Midnight” the First Night Dragon and dressed in costumes for the celebration parade.
Godspell Directed by: Peter Crosby
Musical director: Scott Lariviere
Technical director: Scott Glista

1989-1990
The Enchanted Village Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical Director: Peter Crosby
Pit conductor: Scott Lariviere
Technical director: Scott Glista
Cape Cod’s First Night Celebration Students helped build “Midnight” the First Night Dragon. It stood 16 feet high and was 100 feet long. Students also constructed banners and dressed in costumes for the parade.
Little Shop Of Horrors Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical director: Peter Crosby
Technical director: Scott Glista
Alumni Show Directed by: Peter Crosby
Musical director: Scott Lariviere
Technical director: Scott Glista

1985-1986
The 8th Annual Haunted House Held at the High School
Directed by: John Sullivan
Technical director: Vince Puleo
A Christmas Carol Directed by: John Sullivan
Technical director: Vince Puleo
Vocal director: Peter Crosby
Pit director: Roy Richard

1984-1985
The 7th Annual Haunted House Held at the High School
Directed by: John Sullivan
Technical director: Vince Puleo
Alice In Wonderland Music and book by: Roy Richard
Directed by: John Sullivan
Technical director: Vince Puleo
Musical director: Roy Richard
A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum Directed by: John Sullivan
Technical director: Vince Puleo
Musical director: Roy Richard

1983-1984
The 6th Annual Haunted House held at the High School (the Jabba year).
Directed by: John Sullivan
Technical director: Vince Puleo
Babes In Toyland Directed by: John Sullivan
Technical director: Vince Puleo
Musical director: Roy Richard
The Lord Of The Rings Directed by: John Sullivan
Technical director: Vince Puleo
Musical director: Roy Richard

1982-1983
5th Annual Haunted House Held at Dunfey’s Resort (the E.T. year).
Directed by: John Sullivan
Technical director: Vince Puleo
The Point! Directed by: John Sullivan
Musical director: Scott Lariviere
The Wizard Of Oz Directed by: John Sullivan
Vocal director: Grace O’Connor
Musical director: Anthony Stevens

1981-1982
Carl Lopes steps down and Assistant Drama Coach Vince Puleo, who built the dragon for the Previous year’s The Hobbit, replaces Lopes.
4th Annual Haunted House Held at the High School
A Christmas Carol Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Vince Puleo
Hooch! Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Vince Puleo
Musical director: Roy Richard
Sunshine Boys By: Neil Simeon
Directed by: John Sullivan

1980-1981
James Ruberti steps down after 16 years as Drama Coach. John Sullivan is named Drama Coach and Carl Lopes as Assistant Drama Coach. The name, “The Masqueres” is changed to “The Drama Club”.
3rd Annual Haunted House Directed by: John Sullivan
You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant Director: Carl Lopes
Musical Director: Jeff Reynard
The Sunshine Boys By: Neil Simeon
Directed by: John Sullivan
The Hobbit Directed by: John Sullivan
Assistant director: Carl Lopes
Musical director: Don Nardo

1979-1980
The 2nd Annual Haunted House Held at the West End Market Place.
Directed by: John Sullivan
No Opera at the Oper’y House Tonight By: Tim Kelly
Directed by: James Ruberti
Death By Woody Allen Directed by: John Sullivan
The Music Man By: Meredith Willison
Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: Brad Mutzenard
Vocal director: Richard Barbarian

1978-1979
John Sullivan is given the newly created Assistant Drama Coach job.
The first annual Haunted House Directed by John Sullivan
Pirates Of Penzance Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Phil Buddington
A Night of One Acts Directed by: John Sullivan
The Still Alarm By: George S. Kaufman
The Man in the Bowler Hat By: A. A. Milne
The Pest By: John Sullivan & Allen Wassiliak
The Cop and the Anthem By: O. Henry
Sound of Music By: Richards Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein II
Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: Brad Mutzenard
Vocal director: Richard Barbarian

1977-1978
Ellen Snow volunteers as Assistant Drama Coach.
HMS Pinafore Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Darlene Hagon
Good News Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Darlene Hagon

1976-1977
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1975-1976
Egad, What a Cad Directed by: James Ruberti
The Wizard Of Oz Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Darlene Hagon
Soap Opera Directed by: James Ruberti
George M Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Darlene Hagon

1974-1975
Romeo and Juliet By: William Shakespeare
Directed by: James Ruberti
The Mouse That Roared Music by: Roy Richard and Ed Nault
Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Darleen Hagon
Anything Goes Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit Director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Darleen Hagon

1973-1974
South Pacific Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Darleen Hagon
Annie Get Your Gun Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Darleen Hagon

1971-1972
Thurber Carnival By: James Thurber
Directed by: James Ruberti
You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Darleen Hagon

1970-1971
The Lark Directed by: James Ruberti
Dracula Baby Directed by: James Ruberti
Man in the Bowler Hat (A. A. Milne)—One Act
Fiddler On The Roof Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Darlene Hagon

1969-1970
Welcome to the Monkey House By: Kurt Vonnegut
Directed by: James Ruberti
Kiss Me Kate Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Darlene Hagon

1968-1969
The Rivals Directed by: James Ruberti
The Mouse that Roared Directed by James Ruberti
Beckett Directed by James Ruberti
One Down (original) —One Act
Oliver! By: Lionel Bart
Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Darlene Hagon
1967-1968
The Drama Society’s name is changed to The Masquers. James Ruberti becomes the club’s new advisor. Mr. Ruberti enlists the aid of his wife Pat as well as Phillys Conforth as Choreographer. Mrs. Jacobucci becomes set painter and Frank Green for Lighting and Sound.
Deadwood Dick Directed by: James Ruberti
Portrait of a Madonna (Tennessee Williams) –One Act
The Taming of the Screw – Directed by James Ruberti
When Shakespeare’s Ladies Met – Directed by James Ruberti
West Side Story By: Leonord Bernstein & Steven Soundhiem
Directed by: James Ruberti
Pit director: John Hagon
Vocal director: Darlene Hagon

1966-1967
The Ugly Duckling By: A.A. Milne
Directed by: Charles Howes
The Informer (Liam O’Flaherty)–One Act
A Phoenix Too Frequent (Christopher Fry)—One Act
Euphio Question (Kurt Vonnegut)—One Act

1965-1966
Dial ‘M’ For Murder Directed by: Directed by: Charles Howes
When Shakespeare’s Ladies Met Directed by: Charles Howes
1964-1965
The Mouse That Roared Directed by: James Ruberti

1962-1963
Sunday Costs Five Pesos Directed by: Charles Howes
1961-1962
The Dramatic Club’s Name is changed to the Drama Society. Mr. Charles Howes becomes Drama Advisor
Pink n’ Patches Directed by: Charles Howes

1960-1961
Variety Show
Arsenic and Old Lace Directed by: Elliot B. Mac Swan

1959-1960
Icebound – Directed by: Elliot B. Mac Swan

1958-1959
Sunday Costs Five Pesos – Directed by: Elliott B. McSwan

1957-1958
Interested students to take advantage of the newly built Knight Auditorium form the Dramatic Club. Elliot McSwan is asked to be the first director.
Tiger House – Directed by: Elliott B. Mac Swan