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November 14, 2013

Triton students stage 'The Love of Three Oranges'

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Additional cast includes: Kailey Brown, Shannon Dalton, Jackie Gillespie, Sandie Jankowski, James Kay, David Kwiatkowski, Hope Leonard, Michelle Martens, Hannah McIsaac, Arelis Mercado, Mari Odoy, Jess Ouellette, Austin Pasek, Taylor Ramsey, Maddie Schmuch, Justine Searle, Cecilia Shelter, Danni Umanita, and Emily Winnerman. Kaylin Blaney served as the stage manager, Scott Buckless as the lights and sound crew chief, and Emma Cashman was the prop crew chief.

The show is under the direction of Mary House, who was hired by the district to be the director. John Flynn, technical director, and Lisa Johnson, costumer, also contributed significantly to the preparations for the play.

There are three performances in the auditorium at the Triton Regional High School of “The Love of Three Oranges,” starting tonight at 7, and followed by shows on Friday and Saturday nights, both at 7. General admission tickets, available at the door, are $8, with $5 tickets for seniors and students. A $15 three-show pass is also available.

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