ARL set to perform The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza
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The cast of the ARL Middle School production of The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza.	  Courtesy photo
The cast of the ARL Middle School production of The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza. Courtesy photo
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by Amy Burge

Albert R Lyman Middle School is proud to present Don Zolidis’ one-act play, The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza. This clever spoof promises to keep the audience laughing from beginning to end.

Two narrators take the spectators on a thrilling journey from Zeus defeating Kronos and his Titans to the Pandora’s Box to Jason and the Argonauts (with the creepy side story of Medea) to Eurydice and Orpheus’ experiences with Hades in the underworld to the final scene, The Iliad.

There are 30 student actors, and they have practiced every day after school for the last month.

In that time, they have memorized their lines and their blocking, and they have also learned to work as a team. In addition to the actors, Mr. Lloyd’s art students are involved in creating vivid scenery and props.

All their hard work and creativity will be showcased on Thursday, April 3, on ARL’s stage at 7 p.m. for opening night. They will also perform a 1:30 p.m. matinee on Friday, April 4, with the final performance at 7 p.m. that evening. Everyone is invited to come and enjoy the wonderful energy of the talented students. No admission fee, but donations are appreciated.
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