South High Drama presents their childrens play of The Trial of the Big Bad Wolf on Friday, October 4.
Area grade schools are already arranged to attend showings at 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. All friends, family and community members are welcome to attend the show at 7 p.m.
Ticket prices include $10 General Admission (adults), $5 for senior citizens, and Children are free. D99 High School Students get in free with their DGS or DGN ID.
Synopsis: The Wolf: villain or victim? The Three Pigs: innocent or at fault? The Jurors (Miss Muffet, Bo Peep, Cinderella and Humpty-Dumpty, to name a few): solid citizens or characters with a past? And what about Judge Wise O. Al? Is justice on his side—or does he have a secret to hide? The answers to these profound questions and even more are revealed once and for all in this rollicking, fun-filled, action-packed trial-of-the-century. Joseph Robinette examines the guilt, or innocence of the accused from different points of view and comes up with a surprising, yet eminently satisfying, conclusion in which no one escapes unscathed. And, as a bonus, a lesson or two is learned along the way.
Director of the Play: Justin Matkovich
For more information, please contact the South High Activities office at 630-795-8518.