OHS Drama Club casts newly-penned play
The Oswego High School Drama Club has announced the cast and performance dates for its fall play entitled “Knight of Swords,” an original work by Fitzhugh Park Elementary School music teacher Garrett Heater.
The play follows Josh, played by Nolan Callahan, a high school student fascinated with serial killers as he hosts a Halloween party for his crush Emily, played by Abby Cook, in an infamous abandoned home.
Josh is aware that the serial killer Carl Harper, played by Jack Lee, murdered a family of five at the home in 1970 and brings a Ouji board, Tarot cards, and encourages his friends to dress like the original murder victims in order to agitate any ghosts.
As a horrifying series of events unfolds, a regretful Josh watches his friends fall victim to a dead serial killer's rage.
“Knight of Swords” will run November 3 and 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the Robinson-Faust Theatre of the Performing Arts at Oswego High School.
Tickets are on sale now at https://ohsboxoffice.ticketleap.com/knightofswords/
For further information, please contact Robert Dumas at firstname.lastname@example.org
Full cast listed below:
Josh: Nolan Callahan
Emily: Abby Cook
Chuck: Travis Dominick
Ashley: Audrey Hinman
Carl Harper: Jack Lee
Derek: Jared Senior
Casey: Bella Herrera
Veronica: Kat McGreevy
Ronald: Mitchell Hudson
Assistant Stage Manager: Abby Brancato
Assistant to the Director: Riley Putnam
Properties: Veronica Jones & Noah Elkin
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