If you’ve enjoyed the songs of the Arab Musical Theatre over the years, you’ll want to be at the Arab High School auditorium Saturday night.

Theatrix, the Arab High show choir directed by April Duquette, will present a special concert celebration of 20 years of AMT. There will be a mix of the old and new, featuring performances from several AMT alumni performing alongside the AMT stars of today.

The concert will begin at 7 p.m. and admission is $5 at the door.

“This is something we’ve been looking forward to doing for a few years now,” said AMT director Taylor Hyatt. “With it being the 20th anniversary for the program at Arab High School, it will allow us to join with former and current cast members to do a ‘greatest hits,’ if you will, from some of the best shows over the years.”

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