St. Joseph Spring Play ready to go on

The cast members of the St. Joseph Spring Play Northwoods Nonsense go through a dressed rehearsal on April 20.

The cast members of the St. Joseph Spring Play Northwoods Nonsense go through a dressed rehearsal on April 20.

Lauren Ward, Staff writer

Northwoods Nonsense by Andrew Ross is coming to Charger Town! With “Bigfoot” on the loose in a small town by the name of Moose Bottom, the people who come searching for him are larger than life. From a vermin-infested hotel to Roswell, New Mexico, this plot is full of twists and turns. Kayla Wilson, Amber Lang, Carone Pierce, Michael Palermo and many more are set to star in this hilarious stage production. Directed by Nicole Muchowicz, it’s a great way to step into spring and really get in touch with nature.

“It’s going to be hard not to laugh behind the scenes,” Pierce said. “We’re all just so funny.”

“I think this is the play where everyone gets to really display their talents,” Muchowicz says. “All of them are very talented and I’m excited to see them perform.”

St. Joseph High School has been putting on shows for years, but if you ask me, this is one of the funniest ones to debut. The actors in the play mesh so well together on stage and the chemistry is out of this world. Seeing it will really make you wonder if these kids are amateurs or professionals.

Opening night is Thursday, April 21, 2016 with the final show being on Friday, April 22, 2016. Tickets are $5 on presale during school and at the door. There will be concessions. Come out and support your St. Joseph theater troupe! There may even be a Sasquatch sighting!