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Our two very exciting school productions start their season next week.

A cast from WGHS is performing Antigone, a tragedy by Sophocles.  This is a play about the struggle between the desire for public order and personal compassion in the city of Thebes.  Antigone defies her uncle, King Creon’s new law and dares to give funeral rites for the body of her brother, the leader of a defeated invading party.  Creon’s response to Antigone’s so-called “crime” lead his entire family further into tragedy.

A cast from WBHS is performing the comedy The Government Inspector, by Gogol.  This is a story of small-town corruption, as the people of a Russian village mistake a small-time conman for a visiting government official.

The season is:

June 29 – July 9: 7.30pm
July 3: 4pm
July 9: 2.30pm

Both shows will be held in the WBHS auditorium. Ticket prices are adults $25, students $20, family of four $70.