The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School


The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School


The Student News Site of Alexandria City High School


The Jackson and Truman High School cheerleaders dance together in unison.

Bring It On! Review: ACHS Actors Strut their Stuff

Rozalia Finkelstein April 29, 2024

In a flurry of flips, jumps, and twirls, ACHS's 2024 Spring Musical Bring It On! does not fail to live up to its name.  Based on the already iconic movie franchise of the same name, the musical was co-written...

The stage of ACHS.

Interview with Hope Bachman: Quick Fixes To The Stage

March 11, 2023
The auditorium stage is an important part of the school. It is where plays and assemblies happen and where the concerts the choir and orchestra put on take place. Naturally, it matters that the auditorium stage is safe for everyone who stands on it.
One Act Wonders

One Act Wonders

January 28, 2023
The ACHS Theatre Department held its annual One Act Play Festival Competition on January 6 and 7 in the auditorium. Five plays— Dinner with the MacGuffins; I’m Okay Now, Poppa; The S-Word; Just a Stage He’s Going Through; and Malaika Sings the Blues— were featured. Just a Stage He’s Going Through placed first and moved onto the District level.
Baneatta delivers a killer expression as she compares her achievements to her sisters.

Photo Story: 2022 Fall Play

December 1, 2022
The 2022 fall plays, One Slight Hitch by Lewis Black and Chicken and Biscuits by Douglas Lyons, premiered from November 11 to November 19 of 2022. The plays were executive directed by Leslie Jones and executive produced by Hope Bachman. The plays were student directed by junior Yahney-Marie Sangare and student stage managed by junior KD Bectel. All photos by Theogony staff writer Pablo Cruz.
One Slight Hitch or One to Ditch?

One Slight Hitch or One to Ditch?

November 30, 2022
One Slight Hitch, the Titan Theater Department’s Fall Play, was performed this fall quarter. The play-comedy written by comedian Lewis Black tackled family relationships and internal conflict interwoven with political commentary about the American Dream.
A young man in a sweater and slacks stands, acting, near steps, where a girl with strikingly blond hair and a red dress cowers hopelessly next to him. He tries to comfort her, but the distance is palpable. They are performing Little Shop of Horrors and the rest of the stage is dark.

Theatre, with the -re

Yahney-Marie Sangaré, Editor May 3, 2022
The curtains are drawn and the house lights are flickering. The crowd’s whispers descend into silence. The music rises, and the scene is unveiled; in the auditoriums of George Washington Middle School, Francis C. Hammond, and Alexandria City High School, a new world takes precedence.
Load More Stories
Donate to Theogony
Our Goal

Activate Search