Tippecanoe Valley High School’s theatre department has announced details for its annual fall play.
More than 30 high school students have been practicing, under the direction of Katharina Williamson, since late August to prepare for the comedy If Today is the First Day of the Rest of My Life, I’m In Real Trouble by James L. Seay.
The setting takes place in the interior of a deserted saloon in an old ghost town somewhere in the Sierra Nevada Mountains on the border of California and Nevada.
“The characters are a mix of stranded college students, a movie company, and some less than law-abiding people that all end up in this one place at the same time getting in each other’s way. If you’re looking for a laugh, this is the show for you!” said Mark Williamson, TVHS music director.
The play will take place Friday, Nov. 3rd, and Saturday, Nov. 4th, at 7 p.m. in the TVHS Lecture Room. Tickets will be available at the door. The cost is $5 per person.
Pictured left to right are Kori Sebastian (12th grade), Destiny Wallis (12), Bradly Shepard (12), Andrea Dunnuck (11), Kylee Masterson (11), Jeremy Landis (9), Payton Fincher (11), Daphine Mares (9) practice on Oct. 26 for the upcoming play.