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Huber Heights City Schools

2019-20 Theatre Productions

Nicholas Korn's Delirium's Daughters is a laugh out loud romantic comedy. Be prepared to have your heartstrings pulled and your funny bones tickled.

Di Lirio has three daughters: Marina (Kailey Wilde/Allyson Hook), Terresa (Elisa Pacheco/Ashley Lindsey), and Celia (Lamaisa Townsend/Ashley Tynan). All three are ready to be married. Serio (Devon Chaney) is in love with Terresa. Timidio (Renton Ewing) is in love with Marina. Celia, however, has two suitors: the arrogant Pomposa (Daniel Frierson) and the wily Giovio (Jonathan Barker). Who will she (or more importantly, her father) choose? Uncertain of what to do, Di Lirio hands the decision off to his wife. There's only one problem: she's been dead for three years.

Thank you Miami Valley High School Theatre Awards and Ohio Educational Theatre Association for screening these shows and giving feedback.


Winter One Act Marathon showcases student talents :Each one act play is written, directed, or performed by Wayne High School students in theatre. "Check Please!" is an authentic look at finding love at the wrong time. "Welcome to Hell" written by Jonathan Barker, joins laughter and the necessity to fill positions in Hell.Lauren Fisher's  "How Could Anyone Ever Do Such a Thing?" is comical and emotional narrative of life in high school, and finally, the bubbly and bumbling detectives in  Renton Ewing's "The Legend of Spring Heeled Jack" will make you laugh and cry out, "Whodunnit?"


 The ALL DISTRICT Elvis inspired musical, All Shook Up with book by Joe DiPietro will have you wanting to snap your fingers and sing along to your favorite Elvis hit. Finding love and having someone love you in return is a MIRACLE. This musical points out that you got to follow that dream, and love the one you love. No boundaries of race, socioeconomics, or age. One night with you is all we want. Grades 6-12 may audition for roles in the musical.

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