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April 15th at 7 PM

April 16th at 2 and 7 PM

April 17th at 2 PM

Tickets are $10.00 for all and can be bought at the door, 1 hour before the show.

If you rather skip the lines, you can buy your tickets online at…

(Please note there is a fee for the processing of buying the tickets online)


Giving Back


Did you know that there are an estimated 2,135 homeless children here in Brevard County?

We are saddened by this statistic and as our own community is so wonderful in helping us grow as a theatre department we want to give back to our community and help aid in hopefully diminishing this statistic. Every year our spring musical picks a community based charity that we can help by donating a percentage of ticket sales to, and this year the cast of How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying is proud to support the Brevard Rescue Mission!

FullSizeRender  The Brevard Rescue Mission works to permanently break the cycle of homelessness in families by providing women with children housing, access to health care, transportation, education, nutrition, job training and life skills. The 12-24 month program is designed to lovingly transform families from dependency to self-sufficiency through daily accountability, personal responsibility and goal advancement.

Not only will we be donating a percentage of our tickets, but we will also be running a special fundraiser throughout the show weekend, to hopefully raise even more money for this very deserving charity. With their approach of providing “hands on help, versus handouts” we are excited to help them reach their goals through programs and courses that help enable life-defining opportunities for women, mothers and children. This includes everything from GED and etiquette tutoring to basic money management and educational training. We felt that what they do to help our community is the perfect fit for our show, although How to Succeed is a satire on working hard, we wanted to turn the tables and give to those who were teaching others to respectfully work hard, how to thrive in their jobs, creating healthy and happy families and prospering in their daily lives.

Thank you to all who have supported the MIHS Theatre Arts Department, we have a wonderful community and if we can give even a little back, we will! Please join us April 15-April 17 for an amazing show and the opportunity to help those in our own community!






We are so proud of these three girls, Kayla, Jewell and Elise,  for being invited to go to New York City through a program called Connect NYC hosted by The Viera Studio for the Performing Arts. Connect NYC is a private audition experience held in the heart of New York City. It is an elite meeting of actors, models, singers and dancers who perform for NY’s top fashion agents, print agents, TV/Film agents and Broadway scouts. Congrats girls!! Watch out New York City the Island representation is coming!

How to! Survive a MIHS Musical



While MIHS students put together the school’s annual musical, “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” the cast decided to share on “How to” producing an astounding musical! The whole cast works as a whole, putting hard work, time, and effort into the musical in order to give the Brevard community the magical piece of theatre that they deserve. Here are some of the tips on what it takes to survive a MIHS musical so that you too can join us on the stage next year!


Brady Fritz in the role of Finch.

Brady Fritz in the lead role of Finch.

Brady Fritz is the ambitious and charismatic J. Pierpont Finch that will lead this year’s musical. A musical veteran here at MIHS, Fritz says, “In order to survive a musical, you need to be willing to work hard. You have a big group a people that you don’t want to let down and that puts a lot of pressure on me as the lead… Working hard is important, but being able to work as a team and being willing to help each other out when anyone needs it is also important. This shows in cases such as helping each other with dances.” I guess you have to work hard in order to play it “The Company Way” onstage and offstage!

Elise Reaves is playing the hopeless romantic role of Rosemary.

Elise Reaves is playing the hopeless romantic role of Rosemary.




The hopeless romantic, Rosemary, is played by Elise Reaves this year. Reeves shares with us this helpful tip: “Learn your lines as soon as you get the script, and keep practicing them so that you are able to focus on performing, not remembering your lines.” Some actors put off memorizing their lines, which results in less time to develop the character. But not this cast! They have been memorizing their lines every chance they can get! Elise also told us about the importance of drinking water and tea with honey so that your voice is ready to belt and serenade at any time. Just like Brady, Elise also says that as long as you work hard and keep your parts memorized, your musical experience more will be enjoyable, and you will not be stressed out. The “How to Succeed” director, Mrs. Duprey, is very adamant about memorizing lines and tells students to remember how to block the scene. She sets high expectations for her students, but she always says, “The real work begins once the lines are memorized. You are not able to truly act ‘til the lines are memorized.”

dfdDancer and chorus member, Emma Kapper, emphasizes the importance of making sure that one plan out their day and keeps everything in order. As for “keeping on your toes”, dancers and actors should keep their body fueled with food to keep their energy up to keep them prepared for any tasks thrown at them.

Torie D’Alessandro, student choreographer and the wonderfully ditzy Miss Hedy LaRue, swears by some products and tricks that get her through the musical, “Some stores have these Airborne tablets you can put in your water that are filled with vitamins and minerals and a boost of vitamin C. These keep the sick days away!” Miss LaRue also mentions, “I drink tea every morning to make sure that I am prepared for the day. Also, I don’t have a lot of sugar and milk together!sdsff

On that health note, stretch a lot to prepare for dancing and warm up your voice to prepare for singing. This will help to prevent injury!” Very true! Ifyou want to get an actor, angry offer them dairy before a show or before singing! Drinking dairy will coat your throat and making singing and reciting lines difficult.




There you have it! Now brew yourself some nice tea, warm-up your pipes, avoid dairy like the plague, and you will be ready to sing your heart out with us on stage!


Don’t forget, How to Succeed in Business opens April 15th-17th!

Look at how much fun these kids are having.

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Article written by cast member- Kayla Protze

Our spring musical has been announced!

MIHS Theatre- April 15-17

The Theatre Arts Department started a new tradition of revealing the spring musical through a dinner and night of entertainment. We had a lot of fun revealing the musical…  IMG_1961_2

 MIHS Theatre- April 15-17

How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying!

April 15th-17th

 Big business means big laughs in this delightfully clever lampoon of life on the corporate ladder.

A satire of big business and all it holds sacred, How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying follows the rise of J. Pierrepont Finch, who uses a little handbook called “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying” to climb the corporate ladder from lowly window washer to high-powered executive, tackling such familiar but potent dangers as the aggressively compliant “company man,” the office party, backstabbing co-workers, caffeine addiction and, of course, true love.

An irreverent and tuneful romp, jam-packed with sly, swift, and sharp jabs to the funny bone, How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying is a sure fire hit!


Performed with Special Permission by Musical Theatre International

Thank you Brevard-Online!


Thank you to one of our business partners, Brevard-Online, for helping us get the word out to our community about Fox on the Fairway! We are very thankful for their support!  Check out our article written by one of our wonderful cast member’s mom! 

Thank you Brevard-Online!

Thank you Brevard-Online!

We can’t wait to open in two weeks!!!

Tickets are in and if you would like to reserve tickets, please email Mrs. Duprey at

Tickets are just $9.00 and if you would like to donate your extra $1.00, to make it an even $10.00, the department will split all donations between the students’ financial obligations to go to their state competition!

Congratulations to the cast of Fox on the Fairway!

Fox on The Fairway


November 20th and 21st  at 7:00 PM and November 22nd at 2:00 PM

A tribute from Ken Ludwig  to the great English farces of the 1930s and 1940s,

Come see this hilarious farce about golf!  Nov. 20th-Nov. 22nd

Come see this hilarious farce about golf!
Nov. 20th-Nov. 22nd

The Fox On the Fairway takes audiences on a hilarious romp which pulls the rug

out from underneath the stuffy denizens of a private country club.

Filled with mistaken identities, slamming doors, and over-the-top romantic

shenanigans, it’s a furiously paced comedy that recalls the Marx Brothers’

classics. A charmingly madcap adventure about love, life, and man’s

eternal love  affair with… golf.

Rated PG-13

Produced with special permission by Samuel French


Cast List for Fox on the Fairway-


The Cast of Fox on the Fairway! #MIHSfox

The Cast of Fox on the Fairway! #MIHSfox

Bingham- Travis P.

Dickie – Joshua S.

Justin- Brady F.

Louise- Torie D.

Muriel – Lydia K.

Pamela- Farrah S.








We are going back to the classics!

April 24-26 2015

We are so excited to announce our spring show!

                                    April 24-26 2015

Please join us April 24th-26th and follow the yellow brick road to this classic and beloved musical! 

Like so many girls her age, little Dorothy Gale of Kansas dreams of what lies over the rainbow. One day a twister hits her farm and carries her away over the rainbow to another world. Come join Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tinman, the Cowardly Lion and Toto as they travel the universe of Dorothy’s imagination.

The include songs are Over The Rainbow, Munchkinland (Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead), If I Only Had A Brain, If I Only Had A Heart, If I Only Had The Nerve , We’re Off To See The Wizard (Follow The Yellow Brick Road), The Jitterbug, and The Merry Old Land of Oz, Poppies and If I Were King Of The Forest.

The M.I.H.S theatre arts department will be producing a more technically complex production and uses as much of the aura of the film as is possible to create in a modern theatre. It is an adaption for live stage performance, even while it strives to look and sound just like the famous film, in telling the story. You can bet audiences will be treated to a wonderful night of entertainment, and even a flying monkey :)

Mark your calendars- April 24th-26th, and check back often to see updates and blog posts on how rehearsals are coming along.

The cast of 12 Angry Jurors have begun their rehearsals!


On Thursday, we all were waiting for that final bell to ring, all because we couldn’t wait to start the long, tedious but fun and exciting process of rehearsing  for 12 Angry Jurors!


1st Read Through!
Juror number 3 is ready to pounce on anyone stating that the teen on trial is “not guilty.”

The cast has been set and now it was time for the first read through, one of my favorite times. The 13 students we have picked to portray the very demanding and detailed characters are students from all different realms of the school. We have some very experienced actors who have been involved in the program a couple of years, to students who have never done a show before. Students in the cast are athletes, student government members, work part time jobs, new to the school, or have been involved in the program before. It is important that these students grasp the diversity of the characters and realize how the differences cause the drama and strain between the characters. So, with our very diverse cast of students, we are excited to begin the rehearsal process.

My technical director, stage manager and I were excited to have 35 students audition for the show and it was a hard decision, but when it came down to it, these 13 students fit the needs of the parts the best. We couldn’t be happier with the cast and are very excited to show our public this poinant and “truth of the matter” show.


Please help us in congratulating these students:

Jurors 9 and 10

Jurors 9 and 10

J1- Brandon S.

J2- Tyler R.

J3- Travis P.

J4- Alida W.

J5- Robert W.

J6- Zach R.

J7- Jordan M.

J8- Ian J.

J9- Cassie F.

J10- Scott C.

J11- Farrah  S.

J12- Paul B.

Guard- Roman P.


Don’t forget to join us !

November 21st at 7 PM,

November 22nd at 7 PM

November 23rd at 2 PM.


Please remember this show is PG-13, as it deals with some heavy material not suitable for younger children.