Suwannee Democrat


May 15, 2014

“Princess WhatsHerName” LIVE in Mayo this weekend!

Mayo — The Lafayette High School Drama class will be presenting the play, “Princess WhatsHerName”, this weekend, Fri., May 16, Sat. May 17, and Mon. May 19, with a total of 28 students participating in the cast.

The drama class “Dream Team” stopped in to the Rotary Club of Mayo on Wed., May 14, to offer a sneak preview of the play, which is about a young princess, played by Lydia Land, who is lost in the woods and needs help finding her way back home. A stellar cast of “Seven Dwarfs”, played by Drew Perry, Cameron Thomas, Luis Arreguin, Manuel Arreguin, Juan Pedro Negrete, Josue Diaz and Cody Walker step up to the plate to show her the way.

Tickets are on sale now. Contact the school for more information.

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