Fine arts festival promises hilarity
The Perkins County drama and art departments will present their annual fine arts festival on Sunday and Monday, April 17-18.
Sunday’s show will begin at 4 p.m. and Monday’s at 7 p.m. in the multi-purpose room at Perkins County High School.
Two plays will be presented, “Action News: Now with 10% More Action,” and “Law & Order: FTU,” both by Jonathan Rand.
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Characters are represented by two separate yet equally ridiculous groups in the criminal justice system, the FTU police who investigate crime and the FT district attorneys who prosecute the FT offenders in “Law & Order.”
The plays are directed by instructor Dawnell Glunz.
Along with the plays, vocal and instrumental performances by students instructed by Sheila Johnson and Judy Kurkowski as well as static art displays by Lance Wurst’s art students will be featured at the festival.
An admission fee will be collected at the door to offset the cost of royalty fees, costumes and set.