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Pawnee Heights play scheduled Nov. 10
Dinner theater starts at 6 p.m.
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Courtesy Photo Pawnee Heights players feature front row, from left, Marti Faubion, Kiersten Baier, and Heather Nuckolls; second row, Darice Colglazier, Lydia Murphy, Aaron Clapham, Brooke Roberts and Iris Cain; and back row, Kelsie Figger, Rayna Karst, Tristen Galliart, Casey Spence, Jacob Hardiman, Jayton Salmans and Megan Milch. The director is Lee Durler.

ROZEL — The Pawnee Heights Players will present two one-act dramas for their dinner theater.  
“Happily Never After,” by Tim Kelly is scheduled Saturday, Nov. 10 with dinner at 6 p.m. and the plays at 7:30 p.m at the high school gym. The play is a money-making project for the seniors.  
“Happily Never After,” by Tim Kelly finds several famous fairy-tale characters like Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty at odds with their former true loves.  They are seeing a marriage counselor for help.  
In “Big Bad,” Alec Strum poses the trial everyone wants:  a class action suit against the Big Bad Wolf by those who are trying to get compensated for their injuriessheep, pigs. . . a little girl in a red cape.  The audience, otherwise known as the jury, will actually get to decide the case.
Students involved in the productions feature seniors Iris Cain, Aaron Clapham, Tristen Galliart, Jacob Hardiman, Lydia Murphy and Brooke Roberts; juniors Darice Colglazier,  Marti Faubion, Rayna Karst, Jayton Salmans  and Casey Spence; sophomores Megan Milch and  Heather Nuckolls; and freshmen Kiersten Baier, Sarah Faubion, Kelsie Figger , and Alexis Kent.  
Helping backstage will be junior Chey Worthey; sophomore J.D. Auker on spotlight; and freshman Gaiden Blattner, on the sound system. Blattner will be assisted by Pawnee Heights graduate Brant Colglazier, who has experience with the sound system.
Tickets are $15. Tickets are available from Pawnee Heights seniors or by calling Pawnee Heights, 62-527-4211.
Sweet Traditions under the direction of Faye Grandy is providing the meal.  Dinner will feature chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, salad, a dinner roll and a chocolate dessert.
The plays are both produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Englewood, Colo.
Pawnee Heights teacher Lee Durler is directing the plays.