Come see the Proctor Drama Club’s performance of The Canterville Ghost

Proctor Drama Club to present The Canterville Ghost

The Proctor Drama Club is excited to present "The Canterville Ghost" this weekend.

The Proctor High School Drama Club is thrilled to announce its upcoming production of “The Canterville Ghost,” a delightful comedy that promises laughter, charm, and a touch of the supernatural.

Based on the tale by Oscar Wilde, it’s a family friendly show put on by a cast that’s grown very close.

“An American family moves into an English home, and there’s a ghost that comes with it,” explained Reagan Paszak, who plays Mrs. Umney.

The cast has grown close.

Cadence Madison, who plays Virginia, said, “I know it’s called Drama Club, but there’s not a whole lot of drama in it.”

Sir Simon, known to his classmates in Proctor as Bryce Boeselager, said, “It’s just so fun to be able to come here and be with people that are interested in the same stuff that I am. And you don’t have to feel like worried about being judged here.”

Showtimes are Friday and Saturday, December 1st and 2nd, at 7pm. Sunday, December 3rd, at 2pm.

Tickets are available at the door. $10 adults and seniors, $8 for students, $5 for kids, and children under 5 are free!