Jared Goudsmit, junior, is held up by his cast mates. (Kara Rieger)
Jared Goudsmit, junior, is held up by his cast mates.

Kara Rieger

Spring play preview

April 12, 2018

Have you ever wished that your favorite musical could come to life? The Drowsy Chaperone, KHS’s spring musical, features a man’s witty commentary about his favorite musical record as it appears on stage. Performances will take place in the Keating Theater on April 12-14 at 7 p.m. For KHS students, tickets cost $8 and tickets cost $10 for everyone else. You can buy tickets at the box office or online here. From skating blindfolded to spontaneous tap dancing, Kelly Schnider, KHS drama teacher and musical director, said this musical is full of comedic mishaps and a show you do not want to miss.

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