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Dinner Theater

EHS Drama Devils Presents Dinner Theatre . May 1, 2, 3, & 4, and May 7, 8, 9, & 10, all at 6 pm in the EHS Auditorium.

The EHS Drama Devils are excited to announce their annual dinner theatre.
This year's show is called Deadline, by one of our favorite playwrights, Don Zolidis. This quirky murder mystery takes us to the private mansion of the late, great author, V. Braxton, the recognized master of mysteries. Eight authors have been invited to Braxton's island home off the coast of Nova Scotia, where they will have 24 hours to create the greatest murder mystery of all time with a chance to win 1 million dollars and a book contract. With such a reward, the competition is sure to get cut-throat very quickly, especially when the host announces an unexpected twist to the competition...
Come and find out who loses, who wins, and who loses more than just a book contract while enjoying the "hospitality" of a snooty host, a few lazy butlers, a grizzled old Sea Captain, and a bored barista at Braxton's manor.
Along with a chilling and thrilling comedy, you will enjoy a delicious meal provided by Mrs. Trudy Holt's culinary students! Whether you choose the chicken alfredo or the meat marinara pasta, you're sure to have a first class meal along with a night of roaring entertainment.
There are 8 chances to see this fun show: May 1, 2, 3, & 4, and May 7, 8, 9, & 10, all at 6 pm in the EHS Auditorium.
Tickets are $25 for dinner and the show and reservations need to be made at least a week in advance.
Email director, Erin Russell, at [email protected] to reserve your seats, or you can buy them from any Drama Devil!
But make your reservations fast; you don't want to miss the Deadline!!

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The first public school opened on July 8, 1870 with eight pupils. Today's enrollment averages just under 3,000. Curriculum guides for each course, subject and grade level are continuously being developed and updated by a task force of teachers and administrators. Areas of emphasis are determined by the dictates of the community, students, teachers, administrators, and sound financial management.
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