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The BHHS Theater Department is proud to present this year's Musical:


Following the success of Beverly Hills High School’s productions of "How to Succeed in Business" and "Les Miserables," director Herb Hall tackles another award-winning musical. 

The show opens March 25th, with a 2PM matinee, and then continues March 26th-28th, at 7:30 each night.  Tickets are $25 for VIP seating (first 8 rows center), $15 for Adults, and $10 for Students.  To order tickets send a letter containing: Name, the number of tickets requested, show nights, and ticket types, along with a check for the correct amount.  Address letter to:
Josh Butchart c/o BHHS,
241 Moreno Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90212.

"Ragtime" is based on the E.L. Doctorow novel of the same name, and explores the ethnic, political, economic and social struggles of the early 20th century.  The show follows the bubbling melting pot that was created when the influx of immigrants into America, the newly enfranchised African Americans, and the established upper-class white society collided.  Based around real American headlines, personalities and events of the turn of the century, “Ragtime” weaves a complicated set of storylines into a complex American quilt, highlighting the struggles, fears, biases and passions of the young country.  The cast is comprised of students of the Performing Arts Department, and is highlighted by several seniors' final BHHS production.