Students perform ‘Detective Story’ as spring play

Page Kimzey
Audio Editor

Junior Trinity Lynn and sophomore Trinity Madison rehearse for “Detective Story.” Photo by Connor Hannekan

Junior Logan Corzine, sophomore Spencer Erb, junior Meredith Grimm-Howell, sophomore Christian Ragain and 23 other WGHS students from all classes will act in the Drama Department’s spring play.

This play is called “Detective Story” and is considered to be many small stories coming together to make a big, overall story in a dramatic but comical way.

“So, it takes place in the late 40s.  It’s basically of a detective office and all the crazy people that they get and how many of the detectives are crazy,” Erb said.

Corzine has the lead part playing the anti-hero Detective McLeod.

“He’s a harsh detective. He’s incredibly dedicated to his job, so much so that it ends up being his tragic flaw. In the end some crazy things happen. It’s an incredible story, and there will be gun fire, so be prepared,” Corzine said.

Tech week was the week of April 17, and the play will be performed April 20-22, at 7 p.m. in Knight Auditorium. Tickets are $10 per adult and $7 per student. 


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