Theater Troupe to Offer Performances of “Grease, Jr.”


The cast of “Grease, Jr” (above) prepares for their upcoming performance at the Whipple Performing Arts Studio in Tunkhannock May 19 to 21. Participants include (front row, from left) Leilanni Reeves, Amberli Reeves, Carmella Karcutskie, Jaclyn Gesford, Rose LoBuono, Sarah Brown, George Sobeck, (middle) Fiona Wilson, Tierney Tyler, Josey Sobeck, Mackenzie Tewksbury, Sebastian Reeves, (back) Victoria Reising, Dana Nunemacher, Doug Priestner, Reilly Shingler, Maddie Spila, Rachel Zayleskie, Ava Tyler, Jimmy Priestner, Emily Lewis, Gary Sands, and (not pictured) Gabrielle Hanna and Trejon Turner.

The Wyoming County Players’ Junior Players and Little Hams will present their annual spring musical. “Grease, Jr.” is slated for Thursday through Saturday, May 19 to 21 with evening shows Thursday and Friday at 7 pm and a Saturday Matinee at 3 pm.

Actors ranging in age from 7 to 17 will transform themselves into the Greasers and the Pink Ladies. The public is invited to sing along to the favorite songs of this classic tale of high school romance in the 1950s.

Grease Lightnin’” “Born to Hand Jive” and many more fun tunes will keep toes tapping and smiles on faces.

Tickets are $10 at the door or $8 via pre-sale at Whipple Performing Arts Studio, Tunkhannock, by calling 570-836-6986 or by emailing Credit cards are accepted.

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