Murder Mystery

Looking for a hilarious and entertaining getaway from the stress of the real world? Then come out and be part of the audience for this year’s Murder Mystery show, “WCKY” directed by Jocelyn Do, Ranvneet Sahota, Andrew Wang and produced by the PHHS Drama Department.


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2020 and SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2020

Doors open at 6:30pm with free desserts and drinks Curtain at 7pm

Tickets: Student $8  Adult: $10

Excitement is in the air at radio station WCKY, as the cast and production team get ready to go on the air in 1939. But things go wrong quickly when head writer Roy plans to propose on air to assistant director Polly.  One of the radio actresses, Sarah, has helped him get a ring, and of course, Polly walks in just as Roy is down on one knee practicing his proposal with Sarah.  When Sarah ends up dead a few minutes later as she’s about to make her own shocking  announcement on the air, all signs point to poor Roy.

By the time the night is over, two others have also been murdered, and each time, Roy is the prime suspect.  It’s up to our creative writer and YOU, members of our audience, to solve the mystery and clear his name.
Enjoy free drinks and desserts before the show and at intermission as you gather clues and cast your vote before the truth is revealed. Prizes will be awarded. 

Tickets for this interactive and hilarious show go on sale JANUARY 27th at 10am

All Seats are reserved seating.

Bring It On The Musical

written by Tom Kitt, Jeff Whitty, Amanda Green & Lin Manuel Miranda

April 30 – May 2, 2020

Performances:

Thursday, April  30th at 3:30pm 

Friday, May 1st at 7pm

Saturday, May 2nd at 2pm & 7pm

Bring It On: The Musical tells the story of Campbell Davis, a young cheerleader who dreams of leading her squad to victory at a National competition. The story focuses on the world of competitive cheerleading and the intense rivalries it creates. Campbell’s future is secure: handsome boyfriend, a killer squad, and the newly awarded title of cheer captain. Suddenly, however, she is mysteriously reassigned to another school: the inner-city Jackson High, where she knows hardly anyone and worse: they don’t have a cheerleading squad!

Despite the challenges of fitting in at a new school, Campbell befriends some tough girls on the dance squad and helps them become a powerhouse competitor for the National Cheerleading Championships. Featuring a sassy script and fresh new songs from Tony Award winners Lin-Manuel Miranda (HamiltonIn the Heights) and Tom Kitt (Next to Normal), Bring It On is sure to become an immediate fan favorite!

Center reserved seats will be available for Friday and Saturday Shows

Tickets will go on sale March 30th 2020 @ 10AM