The AMT HAS-BEEN CARD is our way of saying “Thank you!” to the hundreds of cast and crew members throughout the years who have dedicated their time and talent to Arab Musical Theatre–making it one of the leading high school theatre programs in the nation.
Former AMT cast and crew members (lovingly referred to as “Has-Beens”) are able to purchase The AMT HAS-BEEN CARD for $25. This card allows them one free admission to any and all future AMT productions! See the section below labeled “Fine Print” for more details.
This exclusive offer is only available to former AMT cast and crew members!
AMT is Proud to be EdTA Troupe 7023
Arab Musical Theatre is the nationally-acclaimed and award-winning musical theatre program at Arab High School in Arab, AL. Since 2007, AMT has been accepted to perform four of their full-length musicals at the prestigious International Thespian Festival. AMT is a member of the Educational Theatre Association as Troupe 7023 and is proud to be selected by ‘Stage Directions’ magazine as one of the best musical theatre programs in the country and the top high school theatre program in the Southeastern United States in 2010.
International Thespian Festival
Little Shop of Horrors – 2007
Little Women – 2009
Pippin – 2012
Zombie Prom – 2016
Alabama State Thespian Festival
Zombie Prom – 2016
XANADU – 2019
Congratulations to the 2019 MISS ARAB ANNA QUILLIN! Annalia was also crowned the AHS Homecoming Queen this year and will star in the Arab Musical Theatre's 'Once on this Island' beginning March 28. She is the daughter of Brian & Jessica Quillin and attends Desperation Church. L-R 3rd Alternate Morgan Weaver, 2nd Alternate Natalie Hunt, Miss Arab Anna Quillin, 1st Alternate Cenzley Blake Burgett, and 4th Alternate Erin Hudgins. Rounding out the top 10 were Elizabeth Brodhage, Jasmine Davis, Ryleigh Hardin, Alexis Hyatt, and Morgan Still. Miss Photogenic was Shelby Isom, Miss Congeniality was Katelyn King, and the Fan Favorite
Award went to Anna Ray Stidham.