WESTON, Conn. -- Weston High School will present “Dialogue,” a night of student written, directed and preformed talent in the WHS auditorium on Sunday, May 22, at 5 p.m
This evening's entertainment ranges from student written scenes, student preformed solos or small ensembles, to the biggest bands that WHS has to offer.
Showcased this year is a smattering of student written and directed plays including, “Red Is Dead,” an eccentric spinoff of the fairy tale classic: “Little Red Riding Hood;" “The Leprachaun Lie," where a high school Irish club president has a well kept secret; “Internet Hackers, that explores the difficulties of the technological age and; “The Philadelphia,” where reality is rooted in where you are.
The evening will include a variety of musical numbers from some Broadway musicals and will showcase many WHS Seniors, as for most, this will be their last time on the WHS stage.
The show supports WHS Company, which is Weston High School’s student run theater organization.
Tickets are sold at the door at the rate of $5 per person. For more information, please click here.
Weston High School is at 115 School Road, Weston.
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