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SHS to present ‘While the Lights Were Out’

October 10, 2013

Cast members react to the murder of Joel Barron’s character, Clive, in a rehearsal for “While the Lights Were Down.” The murder mystery, Starkville High School’s first play of the year, will run Friday-Sunday. Pictured, from left, are Joy Cariño, Robin Dibble, Matthew Myles, Craig Piper, Philippa Roman, Ceci Heard, Allison Crow, Abigail Arinder, Elizabeth Jones and Kathleen Ritter. (Photo by Alex Holloway, SDN)

Starkville High School theater opens on Friday when students take to the stage for “While the Lights were Out,” their first production of the year.

The play will start at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Starkville High School theater. Tickets are $5.

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