The Plymouth High School Theatre Department proudly presents, “Transyl-Mania” on Friday, March 17 and Saturday, March 18 at 7 p.m. in the PHS auditorium. The play is open to the public and audience members of all ages are welcome to come and watch this delightful comedy about teenage monsters who attend Transylvania High School. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for general seating. Tickets are $6 and are available at the doors.
This is a frightfully fun comedy is far more silly than spooky. Transylvania High is full of teenage monsters trying to learn the tricks of the trade. Utter mayhem ensues when a group of human high school students stumble upon the monster school, all thanks to a broken down school bus!
Director Jane Faulstich said, “We have just over 100 students involved in this show. As they rehearse, they also juggle their academics, part time jobs, family time, and dozens of other school activities like sports, band and choir competitions, speech and debate, robotics, and more. They work hard and they love what they do. We are so proud to be members of a school corporation that work together to make sure that our students can be involved in so many wonderful programs at the same time.”
On stage special spooky guest appearances will be made by eight PHS staff members: Plymouth Police Officer Bridget Hite, Dean of Students Ken Olson, English teacher David McKenzie, Chinese teacher Ms. Mei Guan, Science teacher Suzette Read, Art teacher Faith Colling, WSOI facilitators Grant Masson and Dylan Connor.
PHS Theatre Arts I, Theatre Arts II, Acting, and Stage Crew classes are all working hard on this play – please plan ahead to attend one of the two performances.