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5329a233a5cc5 Caption: Front Row: Jory Barnthson, Trey Jenkins, Austin O’Connor, Angel Davis, Lauren Wigger, Alex Stanton, Mackenzie Harbeston, Nicki Stanton, and Jennifer Keller. Row 2: Jessica Burton, Dylan Kitzman, Mckyla Barnthson, Bailey Gronniger, Ashley Stock, Katrina Tharman, Holly Stegall, Alanie Stock, Jerren Frump, and Jacklynn Clary. Row 3: Kassi Meng, Allyson Budine, Trae Shelton, Megan Etherton, Bailey Winkel, Nathan King, Russell Ostertag, Ben Wardlow, and Tyler Christopher. Row 4: Reid Greaser, Elizabeth Hale, Dalton Masters, Lexi Norris, and Cole Thornberry. Not pictured: William Boeh, Claire Marriott, Megan Schmille, and Cody Israel.
Caption: Front Row: Jory Barnthson, Trey Jenkins, Austin O’Connor, Angel Davis, Lauren Wigger, Alex Stanton, Mackenzie Harbeston, Nicki Stanton, and Jennifer Keller. Row 2: Jessica Burton, Dylan Kitzman, Mckyla Barnthson, Bailey Gronniger, Ashley Stock, Katrina Tharman, Holly Stegall, Alanie Stock, Jerren Frump, and Jacklynn Clary. Row 3: Kassi Meng, Allyson Budine, Trae Shelton, Megan Etherton, Bailey Winkel, Nathan King, Russell Ostertag, Ben Wardlow, and Tyler Christopher. Row 4: Reid Greaser, Elizabeth Hale, Dalton Masters, Lexi Norris, and Cole Thornberry. Not pictured: William Boeh, Claire Marriott, Megan Schmille, and Cody Israel.

MUSICAL TO BE PRESENTED AT TROY HIGH MARCH 20-22

March 18, 2014

The Nifty Fifties will be presented at Troy High School Thursday, March 20, at 1 p.m., Friday, March 21, at 7:30 p.m., and Saturday, March 22, at 7:30 p.m.   Tickets for the play alone will be available at the door for $4 each.
The show Saturday night will be preceded by a chicken dinner; reservations are required for the dinner and may be purchased from any cast or crew member, or by calling the school at 785 985 3533.  Tickets for the dinner and show are $14 each.
The Nifty Fifties is a nostalgic look at a colorful era in American history.  The musical centers on the teen-aged culture and the rise of rock and roll.  One character, Ziggy Springer is loosely based on Elvis Presley, and the songs are reminiscent of the actual songs of the period.  References are made to the “car of the future,” the Edsel, and a popular movie featuring Steve McQueen, The Blob.  
The public is encouraged to revisit with the Troy Drama Department this era of “The Nifty Fifties.”

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