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Maskers Perform First Musical in Over Decade

posted May 12, 2015, 2:50 PM by Central Webmaster

New Hampshire’s Oldest Public High School Club Performs First Musical in Over a Decade

Manchester Central High School’s Maskers to Perform Kindley and Carnelia’s “Is There Life After High School?”


MANCHESTER, NH - For the first time in over a decade, CHS’s 91-year-old drama club - Maskers - has announced that they will be performing a musical alongside director Dan Pelletier. Their performances of “Is There Life After High School?” will take place May 14th, 15th, and 16th at 6pm in Central High School’s McAllaster Hall at 207 Lowell St. Manchester, NH. Tickets will be $10 for adults, and $8 for students. More information is available on facebook via the “Central High School Maskers” page, and questions or comments can be sent to mchsmaskers@gmail.com .

The club, which first performed in 1924, is the oldest club at Manchester Central High School. Central’s drama club has strong ties to the Music Department and a legacy of fantastical musicals and plays. They are excited to share their rendition of Jeffrey Kindley and Craig Carnelia's "Is There Life After High School?". Based on the Ralph Keys book of the same name, this heartwarming and hilarious musical reminds us all that though we may come from different cliques, we can all come together to reminisce about the "good old days" - even though some of those days may have been worse than others.
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