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DCHS theater presents Young Frankenstein

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Daniel Martin and Brandon Jefferies star in DCHS’s rendition of Young Frankenstein.

Delphi Community High School’s drama department will be performing its annual spring musical on March 16 at 7:00 and on March 17 at 2:00. This year’s production is Young Frankenstein.

Young Frankenstein is the story of  Dr. Frederick Frankenstein’s evil antics to bring a monster back to life.

Dr. Frankenstein will be played by Brandon Jeffries (junior); the Monster, Daniel Martin (senior); Igor, Tyler Fuller (sophomore); Frau Blücher, Kayla Norman (senior); Inga, Kate Layman (freshman), and Inspector Kemp, Kevin Matricia (junior.)

Auditions for this production were held back in the beginning of January, and ever since then the cast of around 20 has been working at getting into character, memorizing lines, learning dance steps, and more. Musical director, Kayla Haley, said, “I am very excited about our upcoming production of Young Frankenstein. This is a great group of students who have put in many long hours of acting, singing, and dancing. Their willingness to take direction and general dedication to the show itself is sure to pay off! Nobody will want to miss it!” Cast and crew member Daniel Martin agreed. “I’ve gotten to work with a lot of great people during this production, and I have faith that it will be a jolly good experience!” said Daniel.

You may enter through the theatre doors no earlier than 30 minutes before the show starts. Tickets can be purchased through any cast member as well as at the door. They will be sold for $5.00.


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Grace Hampton is a senior editor of the Parnassus staff, of which she has been a part of for four years. She spends most of her leisure time working on her art projects (which are ever in progress), walking trails, performing in theatre productions, and eating almonds.  Grace also enjoys sitting down with a cup of tea and listening to elderly individuals tell stories. She is a person who believes that one should never judge a book by its cover--that there is much more to be seen than what is just on the surface.

“When life gives you lemons, suck it!”

-Grace Hampton

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