Lowry’s theatre class’s latest production, “Live from Lowry High” is coming up in December. It promises to be a great addition to your holiday season.
“‘Live at Lowry High’ is a lot of skits from Saturday Night Live. I know a lot of people will like that because it's a lot of interesting characters like Jimmy Fallon and Seth Rogan.” said actor Mateo Hernandez. ”It really ties into the more modern politics and the way we see Christmas.”
“I expect our Christmas program ‘Live from Lowry High’ will be full of surprises, laughter, and great holiday cheer,” Drama teacher Mrs. Corrine James said. “The audience will enjoy sitting back and relaxing during the stressful holiday season and having a laugh or two.”
Actor Victor Rosas said “The audience can be excited for the laughs. It’s pretty funny because of all of the stuff from Saturday Night Live.”
Drama started off the school year with their production of Beowulf, which is on Old-English literary work. With it’s talk show nature, ‘Live at Lowry High’ couldn’t be more different.
“I am very excited about the production. We have some great skits, singing and dancing,” said James. “This is completely different than Beowulf.”
“ There’s always a hidden meaning behind all of our plays. This one is more about Christmas than everything else.” Hernandez said.
“Live from Lowry High” will show on the 13 and 14 of December at 7 p.m. Seating opens at 6:30 p.m., and admission is $5 for adults, and $3 for students.