Drama club readies for play

Published 4:26 pm Thursday, March 29, 2018

The Buckingham County High School Drama Club is set to deliver a show to remember through its production of “The Groom Has Cold Feet: An Audience Participation Murder Mystery” on Friday, April 20 and Saturday April 21 at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Tickets can be purchased at the door for general admission, according to a news release. “The play, set in a Midwestern town in the late 1800s, has all the fun characters of a western and the twists and turns of a murder mystery,” the release noted. “When the reviled Albert Webster turns up murdered the morning of his wedding to local sweetheart Kayla May Blossom, there’s no shortage of suspects in the sleepy town of Pine Grove. Luckily, there’s also no shortage of town gossips, each with her own theory acted out in hilarious melodramatic pantomime for the audience to see.” The cast members are, from left, front row, Alexander Ragland, Joseph Steger, Samantha Poole, Sidney Mullins; back row, Christina Reams, Diante Lee, Brianna Chapman, Jeffrey Stanley, Brayden Trimble, Emma Auten, Erin Webber, Rachel Bardon, Meredith Delong-Maxey, Leah Moxley and Sarah Brown. The play director is high school English teacher, Kristye Moxley.

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