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AUDITIONS FOR:

Smokescreen
By Balark Chakladar
Audition Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2020, 2:30-5 pm
 
Audition Location:
            Saint John’s Black Box
            Ryken Center
            Saint John’s High School
            378 Main Street
            Shrewsbury, MA 01545
 
Audition Info:
Auditions are open to all current Saint John’s students and high school-age girls. All audition material will be supplied on the day of the audition. If you are interested in auditioning, but unavailable February 12th contact Mr. Colby at ncolby@stjohnshigh.org
           
Questions:
            Can be directed to Mr. Colby at ncolby@stjohnshigh.org
 
Performance Date: Thursday, April 30, 2020, at 7:00 pm
 
Performance Location:
Robert R. Jay Performing Arts Center
Founders Hall
Saint John’s High School
378 Main Street
Shrewsbury, MA 01545
 
Tickets are free and open to the public and will be available at the door.
 
Questions: theater@stjohnshigh.org, 508-842-8934 x.490
 
A murder has happened in the town of Quisling, and everyone is a suspect. Such is the premise of the spring play Smokescreen. Join quirky officer Jack Jackson and his partner Jennifer Moore as they try and figure out what has occurred to a person so beloved in their own town. With situational humor, thrilling twists, and on your seat tension, this play is bound to captivate you from start to finish. 
 
Synopsis:
The mayor of Quisling has been killed. Everyone is a suspect, no one is safe. Officer Jack Jackson and his partner Jennifer Moore are tasked with bringing down the person who brought panic and dismay into their once fruitful town. Jack’s humor and Jennifer’s by the book nature provide an interesting clash of personalities throughout the entire story. Stacy Holmes, a fan of Officer Jackson, and her cameraman James act as the press in the story, trying to capture every last detail about the investigation. The story revolves around the process and turn of events that define the investigation surrounding Mayor Bittenheimer. What seems like an unfortunate murder turns out to be part of a bigger plan that our heroes need to intercept! 

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Ticketing Policy

All sales are final.  No refunds or exchanges will be honored.  The house will typically open one half hour before the curtain.  This may vary slightly with certain productions.  It is suggested that you arrive to the theatre at least fifteen minutes prior to the curtain.   Any arrivals after the performance has started will be seated at the usher’s discretion.