BAHS Drama Club to Present
'Kill Me Deadly,' A Noir Comedy

Bradford Area High School Drama Club will present “Kill Me Deadly" (A Noir Comedy) by Bill Robens on March 29 and 30 at the school auditorium.

“This show takes film noir, puts it on stage, and adds an element of humor. It is such a fun piece," said club advisor and show director Melissa Krepp.

Curtain will rise at 7 p.m. each night. Tickets at $2 for students and $5 for adults are available from cast and crew, at the door, at the school office and at Tina’s Hallmark.

The cast includes Lexie Thurston as Mona Livingston, the steamy jazz singer; Cole Vecchio as Charlie Nickels, the Dick Tracy-like detective, Leah Krainz as Veronica Clairmont, the sexy heiress, Nick Forquer as Clive Clairmont, the "idiot savant," as well as many other quirky and entertaining characters of 1947 Hollywood played by Michael McLanahan, Ariel Defrank, Mike Smith, Angela Barger, DeeJay Rickman, Hannah Leposa, and Georgie Auteri.

The running crew includes Sarah Howard, Victoria Robinson, Brooke Bailey, and Isaac Krepp, with help from Chad Young, Bradford High School's Stage Craft class, and Ron Johnson.

Refreshment will be sold at intermission with proceeds to benefit Bradford Area High School's Drama Club.

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