Spring plays: lots of actors and lots of laughs


Junior high students performing “When in Rome”

Cotter staged two highly entertaining spring plays that each featured drama, humor and a lot of student participation. Both plays were directed by Mark Roeckers.

Mark Roeckers speaking to the audience at a performance of “When In Rome”

The High School play was “Murder’s in the Heir”, an “audience interactive murder mystery-comedy” by Billy St. John.


Olivia Moore as Jean Culpepper the director about to be done in by her cast

The junior high play featured 44 actors and more students as tech and crew, performing “When in Rome”, by Martin A. Follose and Bill Francoeur.

“This was the largest cast we have ever had for the junior high play, it was great to have so many kids involved,” Mr. Roeckers said.