Green Means Go for WH Drama Club’s Fall Play

Roisin McCluskey, Staff Reporter

The Warren Hills Regional High School’s Drama Club cast members rehearse in the auditorium for this year’s fall school play, One Stoplight Town. Rehearsals are every Wednesday and Thursday, starting at 2:45 p.m. and ending at 5 p.m. The play is scheduled to run from Thursday, Nov. 11, through Saturday, Nov. 13. Each showing of the production is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Led by their director, Mrs. Petrewski (seen below the stage in the photo), the cast and crew are working hastily in preparation for the shows in November. One Stoplight Town is a two-act play, spanning several years, about the lives of people living in a small town that has just gotten its first stoplight. Senior Cherise Graham, vice-president of the Drama Club, says that “people who like having a good laugh, but who also like sincere and deep meanings” will be interested in attending the play. Information on advanced ticket sales was not available at press time.