ADA — Oklahoma Arts Council and The National Endowment for the Arts and Cable One presents ACT II Youth Drama Camp's presentation of “The Best School Year Ever” based on Barbara Robinson's book and adapted for children's theatre by Director Vickie Reifsnider.

This production is the sequel to ACT II's past Christmas play “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.”   The play is set in the 1950s at Woodrow Wilson School and has a cast of 44.

The dysfunctional Herdman children have a special way of keeping the other school kids on the defense, but it all turns around when Imogene Herdman, played by Kire' Stenson, finds a soft spot in her heart for little Howard McCluskey.

Beth Bradley, played by Rosie Jenkins, and her brother Charlie (Brock Mann), keep their parents posted on the mishaps that occur throughout the school year.

Vickie Cowger, who played the mother in the Christmas production, agreed to united with the cast and also attended the camp on Pennington Creek in Tishomingo.

Opening night is Thursday at 8 followed by Friday and Saturday night performances and a 2 p.m. Sunday matinee.

This year the group is adding a Sunday 7 p.m. show due to the large cast. 

For more information or to make reservations, contact Linda' Flowers Balloons and Gifts, 104 E. Main, or phone (580) 436-2479.

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