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Spring Musical - The Mystery of Edwin Drood

March 1, 2 and 3, in the PAC at 7 p.m. 
“The Mystery of Edwin Drood”, based on a Charles Dickens unfinished serial novel, was written by Rupert Holmes (the Pina Colada Song) and won 7 Tony Awards in 1987. The show is set in the Panto Theater tradition, with the Royal Music Hall company presenting the first performance of the play within the play, Drood. This show is unique in that the audience votes on who killed Drood (if, indeed, he was killed at all), the identity of the mysterious Dick Datchery, and on which two characters will become romantically involved in the end, creating a happy ending. Since every audience differs in temperament, the outcome is theoretically unpredictable even to the actors, who must quickly tally the votes and commence with the chosen ending. 

Tickets are $18 for Adults and $16 for Seniors (60 and older) and Students. 
This is a fantastic show, you won’t want to miss it. Reserve your seats now, we sold out all three shows last year! 

AHS Performing Arts Websites
Acalanes Performing Arts Boosters - www.ahsperformingarts.org
Acalanes Instrumental Music - www.acalanesmusic.com