HHS prepares for ‘Fools’

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“Fools,” a comic fable written by Neil Simon, will be presented at 7:30 p.m., April 6 and 7, at the high school auditorium. The drama tells the story of a small Russian village in 1891 that has been cursed for two centuries with universal stupidity. Desperate, the villagers have hired a teacher with the hope that he can break the curse. What they don’t tell him is that if he stays for more than 24 hours, he will become afflicted with stupidity also. Pictured above are, bottom row (from left), Aislinn Conrad and Adrien Bebermeyer; second row, Melanie Sullivan, Chelsey Di’Albini and Jocelyn Kliewer; third row, Casey Reece and Caleb Dirks; top row, Grant Anderson and Jonathan Regier. Not pictured are Kaleb Borg, Allison Kunkel, Andrea King and Billy Winegarner. Tickets for the production are available through the HHS office.

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