Fall play preview: “The Merry Wives of Windsor”

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Maddie Meyers

Elizabeth Button, sophomore, holds a knife to the throat of Mark Perry, junior.

Maddie Meyers, web managing editor

In KHS’s fall play, “The Merry Wives of Windsor,” KH Players transport the audience to the 1950s for a Shakespearean adaptation of a classical show filled with revenge and romance. The plot surrounds a con-artist who needs more money, so he tries to make two wealthy women fall in love with him, not knowing that they are best friends and on to his scheme. Kelly Schnider, KHS drama teacher and musical director, said people should come see the show because it is a good opportunity for students to see a play by Shakespeare since many students learn about him in their classes. Performances are Oct. 11-13 at 7 p.m. in Keating Theater, and tickets cost $9 for students and $11 for adults. You can purchase tickets at the box office or online here.