Looking for a night of pure entertainment? Come experience the emotion with Chaparral’s first play Rumors by Neil Simon. Simon writes his plays from his own experiences, but unlike his other pieces Rumors is relentless in its needs for plot twists, and to keep the comedy going. Rumors is a farce; a comic dramatic work using buffoonery and horseplay that typically includes crude, characterization, and ludicrously improbable situations. “A farce is a hard play to write. But it makes for a great play to perform and watch,” stated by junior Chloe Cherro. The theatrical Wolverines of Chaparral will be performing this on November 3,4, and 5 in the Auditorium next to the main entrance. It costs only $7 for students and $10 for adults to witness all the hard work and passion of the cast, as they invite the audience into their world. Rumors is “a comedy about a fancy dinner party, where a bunch of crazy stuff happens,” said Cherro. “Each and every student participating in Rumors gets to do what they love in an environment fit for them, able to share their hard work and talent,” said Cherro. Don't miss out on all the talent at Chaparral, buy your ticket and secure your spot at this year’s first play.
By: Lauren DiNapoli