Fall 2004 Footloose
Winter 2005 Get Smart
Fall 2005 Anything Goes
Winter 2006 Lost in Yonkers
Fall 2006 Annie Get Your Gun
Winter 2007 Hound of the Baskervilles
Fall 2007 The Pajama Game
Winter 2008 Marvin's Room
Fall 2008 Seussical!
Winter 2009 Harvey
Fall 2010 Oliver!
Winter 2011 The Diary of Anne Frank
Fall 2011 Honk!
Winter 2012 The Werewolf's Curse
Fall 2012 Bye Bye, Birdie!
Winter 2013 And Never Been Kissed
Fall 2013 Thoroughly Modern Millie
Winter 2014 12 Angry Jurors
Fall 2014 The Wizard of Oz
Winter 2015 The Curious Savage
Fall 2015 How to Succeed in Business
Winter 2016 Radium Girls
Fall 2016 The Addams Family
Winter 2017 You Can't Take it With You
Fall 2017 Hello, Dolly!
Winter 2018 The Diary of Anne Frank
Fall 2018 Curtains!
Winter 2019 Sense & Sensibility
Fall 2019 Matilda
Winter 2020 The 3 Fairy Godmothers
Fall 2020 Zombie Prom
Winter 2021 26 Pebbles
Director Megan Weeks
Music Director Maryann Lambrecht
Choreographer Suzanne Jonna
Accompanist Brenda Granroth
Technical Director Sarah Martin
Costume Manager Melinda Mihail
Acting Consultant Michelle Mihail-White
Photographer Tara Johnson
Business Manager Dawn Herman
Webmaster Dwayne Natwick
Theatre at Milford High School has a long standing tradition and the Milford Theatre Company is taking the program to new heights! The new and improved extra-curricular program is geared toward educating and training great student performers and leaders of tomorrow through the production of outstanding, professional quality shows.
The program was originally led by Alice Davies and James Cutty, whom were later joined by Thomas O'Brien. In the early years, MHS produced great shows featuring strong vocals and exciting characters and that trend has more than continued today. Now, led by a team of professionals, the MTC produces three shows a year and teams up in collaboration with the Vocal Music program to produce POPS each March.
The Vocal Music program consists of three main choirs: Concert Choir, Choraleers, and Center Stage. It began in the 1960s under the creative and musical direction of Mr. James Cutty. Cutty created Vocal Ensemble which is now known as Center Stage. As the vocal music program grew in popularity, an all-female advanced ensemble was formed, known as Choraleers. The program gained notoriety while performing all over the United States, Canada and Europe. Both groups continue to perform, grow and entertain audiences around the Huron Valley area, throughout Michigan and the United States.
The program expanded again in 2006 under Maryann Lambrecht with the resurgence of Concert Choir and the addition of Men's Ensemble. The Vocal Music program produces a variety of shows every year, culminating with the POPS concert featuring Center Stage and Choraleers. Each year concludes with a showcase of each varsity group in May/June.
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