In a small town, being from the wrong side of the tracks matters. S.E. Hinton's coming of age novel comes to life in our stage adaptation of The Outsiders.
Wed. Feb. 17th @ 2:50
Thur. Feb. 18th @ 2:50
Fri. Feb. 19th @ 1:45 & 7:00 pm
Sat. Feb. 20th @ 7:00pm
$5 at the student store
Watch the trailer for Drama Lab's Production of Arsenic and Old Lace.
The Brewster family has dark secrets and Mortimore Brewster is trying is best to keep them hidden in this dark comedy that's to DIE for!
Showtimes available are:
Wed. Sept 30th @ 2:40
Thurs. Oct 1st @ 2:40
Fri. Oct 2nd @ 1:45
Fri. Oct 2nd @7:00pm
Sat. Oct 3rd @ 7:00pm
Tickets $5 at the bookstore, get yours today!
Drama Lab presents
This sketch comedy SNL-esque ensemble show will have you laughing in the aisles! In this CRAZY town, anything can happen... and end up on the 6 O'clock news! Narrated by the WOMG news team, you will go live to the local police department for an interrogation of the nicest man in the world, attend the 5th grade class presidential debate (that will sound very familiar), visit the town hall meeting where they are cleaning up the school play, and check in with the sports anchors who commentating on some very unusual sports!
You'll laugh, you'll laugh some more, and you'll go home and probably keep laughing!
Tickets available at the student store for $5
Wed. Nov. 30th @ 2:40
Thur. Dec 1st @ 2:40
Fri. Dec. 2nd @ 1:00pm & 7:00pm
Sat. Dec. 3rd @ 7:00pm
Watch the trailer for our Christmas show featuring Gift of the Magi and A Christmas Carol!
Get ready for Christmas fun and songs both traditional and modern in these one acts based on classic literary tales by Charles Dickens and O. Henry!
Show times are:
Wed. @ 2:40
Thur. @ 2:40
Fri. @ 1:45 & 7pm
Sat. @ 7pm
Uploaded Feb 22, 2017
Drama Lab is proud to present our spring production of The Twilight Zone.
Adapted for the stage by our director, Miss Sierra Evans, we take you to the strange and creepy dimensions of an episode from the popular 1960's TV show. The original episode originally titled "Miniature" written by Charles Beaumont explores the life and imagination of a shy young man who just doesn't fit in. The only person who he connects with, is not a person at all...or is she?
We also take you into the rural world and archaic customs of a small town in the midwest in an adaptation of The Lottery. Every year the town comes together to draw a name and choose the person who will help the crops grow....but not how you would expect. This chilling story will have you on the edge of your seat!
Wed. 3/1 @ 2:40
Thurs 3/2 @2:40
Fri. 3/3 @ 1:45 & 7pm
Sat. 3/4 @ 7pm
Tickets available for at the student store for 6$