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WCMS students plan magical performance
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Warren County Middle School will be the place to be for magic on Friday evening as the Drama Club takes the audience back to a magical time when wizards, witches, trolls, and dragons roamed the land.
Students will be presenting the musical “King Artie and the Knights of the Rad Table” at 6:30 p.m. Admission will be donation only.
According to WCMS student and Drama Club member Jackson Everett, who is portraying Merlin, the play is a must-see production.
“This charming play is a comical twist on the classic tales of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table,” said Everett. “The performance will whisk the audience back to an imaginary time when wizards, witches, trolls, and dragons roamed the land.”
A comical cast of characters will embark on a quest through the magical land of Camelot to save a totally rad king from the evil clutches of an incredibly wicked witch, says Everett.
“On their journey they will encounter many close calls which test their  bravery, discover light-hearted romance, and enjoy much laughter at every tum,” he said. “This play will showcase lovable characters, talented actors and singers, as well as amazing costumes and wonderfully designed sets.”
The school’s Drama Club is directed by Marsha Riggs, Carol Lee Mayberry, and Jennifer Heath. The trio, along with members of the club and many dedicated volunteers, have worked hard to bring this show to life for the school and community.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend the public performance which will be held in the WCMS auditorium this Friday evening.
All of proceeds collected will go directly to the WCMS Drama Club to help support future productions.