Carroll to preform ‘Meet me in St. Louis’


Greene County News

DAYTON — Carroll High School Freedom Players will perform the play “Meet Me In St. Louis” on Nov. 4-6.

Produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Company and written by Christopher Sergel based on the book by Sally Benson. This “comedy in three acts” was written during a time that actually occurred: the World’s Fair of 1904 in St. Louis. This play is about the misadventures of four sisters and their well-to-do father, Mr. Smith. He is faced with a huge business deal that could change his daughter’s lives forever. But Rose, the eldest, and her three sisters make it their job to try and stop it, for if they leave, they’ll miss the fair.

Smith are portrayed by seniors Will Taylor and Olyvia Weimer. Rose is played by Marina Sorrell. Student Director is senior, Sadie Rondeau. The stage is managed by senior crew Amelia Thompson, Eddie Wolff, Danielle Spanbauer, and Julia Arnold. Emma Wright is the Costume Manager. The cast and crew consist of over 40 Carroll students in grades 9 through 12.

The Carroll Freedom Players are directed by Toni Weitz and Diane Walters. Stage Director is Jack Glaser and Abby Wiles is Director of Costumes.

On Sunday, Nov. 6, there will be a luncheon with entertainment before the performance. The World’s Fair themed menu includes pulled pork sandwiches, baked beans, coleslaw, apple crisp, salads, St Louis oatmeal cookies and more! Reserved seating is required for lunch. Entire tables are available for purchase.

All tickets can be purchased online at www.carrollhs.org at the school office, or at the door. Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for students and senior citizens. Children 5 and under are free. Luncheon tickets which includes admission to the play are $16 for adults, $13 for students and senior citizens, and $5 for children. A table of 8 guests will cost $115. Reservations are required for the Luncheon.

Story courtesy of Carroll High School.

Story courtesy of Carroll High School.

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