SHS play Tuesday |

SHS play Tuesday

Summit Daily/Mark Fox

Summit High School playWhat: “The Seven Nasty Princesses”When: 7 p.m. TuesdayWhere: Summit High School auditoriumAdmission: Free

FARMER’S KORNER – Drama students from Summit High School have taken their show to the elementary schools and on Tuesday will bring their performance to the general public.”The Seven Nasty Princesses,” written by Denver comedian and playwright Edith Weiss, tells the story of seven princesses who live in the Castle of Gems, with their mother, Queen Aquamarine, and a bevy of long-suffering servants. These princesses give new meaning to the term “sibling rivalry,” and show great creativity in undermining one another. The story is narrated by two witches, Barfette and Hurlish, who are telling the story to their three nephews. How the sisters vie for the hand of Prince John, and all learn a hard lesson, guides the tale.Students featured include Erin Rupert, Sierra Duren, Brandi Girtman, Angie Breitholz, Jeremy LeFevre, Chloe King, Feodor “Kien” Alexeev, Ashley Ransberger, Jessica Sanchez, Marisol Estrada, Catherine Scanlan, Ariana McEwan and Kameron Johnson.

The performance is the fifth Children’s Theatre Outreach, jointly sponsored by Summit High School and the Lake Dillon Foundation for the Performing Arts. The goal of the outreach is to expose elementary students to good theater, inspire them to participate, and have fun.SHS teacher Cathie Hill directs, with music assistance from Advanced Performing Arts students Jeremy LeFevre, Sierra Duren and Brandi Girtman. Mary Lorch provided costume assistance.

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