Baker High School will present "Our Town" at 7 p.m. Dec. 3 and 4 in the school auditorium.
Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, which depicts life in the fictional village of Grover's Corners, NH, is considered to be an American classic. "Our Town" will be Baker High School's first production using its newly-created black box theatre. The show is being produced by the seniors in the school's stage and screen classes.
Tickets are $5 for Baker students and $7 for all others and can be purchased at the door.
Members of the cast are as follows: Alec Funiciello (Stage Manager), John Arquette (Dr. Gibbs), Emily Brown (Mrs. Gibbs), Alex Haima (George Gibbs), Grace Geno (Rebecca Gibbs), Chloe Leibrick (Mrs. Webb), Steve Moynihan (Mr. Webb), Maggie Walsh (Emily Webb), Zachary Colton (Joe Crowell), Andrew Cuccaro (Howie Newsome), Carlos Clemenz (Simon Stimson), Zoe Harter Saunders (Mrs. Soames) and Sean Honsinger (Constable Warren).
Townspeople are: Heather Heins, Jordan Reilly, Molly Makoweic, Taylor Patrick, Morgan Noone, MacKenzie Ross and Julianna Grabowski.
Colin Keating and Melissa Morgan are directing the production and Kathleen Pickard is the producer.