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RCHS Drama Goes On Tour in March with Latest Production

The RCHS Drama program is set to go on tour beginning March 19th through the 22nd. The upcoming production of “I Don’t Want To Talk About It” by Bradley Hayward is set to arrive in four different locations to perform this deep coming of age story. It is directed by RCHS drama teacher and club sponsor, Mr. Tyler Flatt.

This production encompasses high school students from all grades that share a passion for theatre and the performing arts. RCHS seniors Madison Kalvig and Elijah Mann are serving as stage manager and assistant stage manager along with playing various other characters and understudies. Alongside them are seniors Noah Auterson and Makaleigh Hornback playing various characters throughout the show. The production also stars juniors Jon Franklin and Eric Angel splitting the lead role of Kyle along with other various roles, as well as sophomores Caleb Farris, Katie Foster, Mia Townsend, and Kila West portraying various roles, with freshman Elisabeth Flatt as a standby for various roles.

The locations and times for the performances of “I Don’t Want to Talk About It” are as follows:

Russell County Public Library: March 19th at 7pm

Somerset Community College Russell Center: March 20th at 7pm

Lindsey Wilson College VP Henry Auditorium: March 21st at 7pm

RCHS Library: March 22nd at 3pm

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