“The Frogs” Are Hitting The Stage

Drama’s First Play is One You Won’t Want to Miss


On December 1st, Drama will be performing their first play of the year. They decided on a play that will make you roll on the floor laughing. “The Frogs: A Modern Adaptation” is a comedy based off of the original play, The Frogs, by Greek playwright Aristophanes.

   Disgusted with the current state of entertainment, Dionysus, God of Wine and Poetry, decides to retrieve Shakespeare from the underworld. Accompanying him on this journey is his trusted servant Xanthias, who is the brains of the group. 

   The two set out to find help from Hercules and Charon the Boatman to enter the underworld, but this goes terribly wrong when they are captured by a chorus of reality-television-loving frogs. 

   The frogs threaten to torment Dionysus unless he brings more reality shows into the world. It won’t be easy for him to survive, and even if he does get past the frogs, Jane Austen won’t let Shakespeare get away without a fight. 

   This rollercoaster of a story is full of hilarious dialogue and is worth the watch. The show is open December 1st through the 4th and tickets are on sale now: $7 in advance, $10 at the door, and $5 if you buy from a cast member. 

   The cast has had such a wonderful experience rehearsing this play and getting to know the characters. Drama hopes you come to support them and that you enjoy this play as much as they do.

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