2019 Arts Festival

Come enjoy an evening of art, drama, and music at our 7th annual John Adams Academy Arts Festival! (formerly known as Arts in the Park) This year it will be held on Friday, May 17th on campus at the Jefferson Building. As in past years, the festival will include art exhibits, secondary/ after-school drama and choir performances, and food/craft tables that the entire family can enjoy!

Food and craft tables outside the building will open at 4pm and remain open the entire event. The choir and drama class performances will take place inside the Jefferson building (new gym). The 7th grade Humanities presentation will take place in front of the building between the first and second show.

1ST SHOW - 4:30 PM 

Intro to Drama Who Killed General Mills?

Elementary Choir Music from Annie

7th Grade Choir Music from Coco

8th Grade Choir Music from Newsies

Middle School Art Presentation


7th Grade Humanities Presentation

2ND SHOW – 6:00 PM 

Intro to Drama Who Killed General Mills? (cont.)

High School Choir Music from Big River

Advanced Drama 101 Dresses (the sequel)

High School Art Presentation

3RD SHOW - 7:40 PM 

Schola Cantorum Music from Aladdin

Virtus Scenes from West Side Story

Tickets to the performances are $5.50 online/$7 at the door for one show and $1 for each additional one. Performing scholars, parents volunteering at the event, and JAA staff will receive complementary admission. Space is limited, so we recommend buying tickets ahead of the event. Online tickets are now on sale at https://johnadamsacademy.ticketspice.com/arts-festival-2019 and will be available until noon the day of the concert as long as seats are available.

Volunteer Opportunities:
These types of events would not be possible without a small army of dedicated parent volunteers. Please click over to the Arts Festival Volunteer post and consider signing up to help supervise scholars, take tickets, stamp hands, direct parking, help with lights/sound tech, hair/make-up, video record, clean up, etc. As a thank you for your service, all parent volunteers will get in to the performances for free.
Performer/Presenter Information:
Please look for specific information from your scholars’ teacher for information if they are performing.  Information for choir performers is posted here: https://www.parentsquare.com/feeds/1515457 

We look forward to seeing you there!

Greg Blankenbehler, M.A. Mus.
Secondary Music Teacher, Director of Choirs
Arts Department Chair


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