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Students in the Case High School Theater Group at Case High School will do a play that collectively tells their stories and they’d love the community to come out to see it and show their support.
High school can be a scary place for a teenager where life can get complicated, but these students take a stance on everything from self-harming behavior to child abuse to their own sexuality. But there are also some witty lighter moments that remind the audience that these are still teens trying to navigate their own emotions and undoubtedly a sense of humor can help.
For years the play has become a vehicle for teens to show the community that despite these very real struggles, they can grow and become leaders in the community.
And they’d love the community to witness that. The group will perform the play at 7 p.m. Friday, April 17 and Saturday, April 18, and at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 19 at Case High School Theater, 7345 Washington Ave. Tickets cost $8, $5 for students/seniors.
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