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Mount Greylock Regional School presents 'Lights Off'
03:41PM / Tuesday, May 14, 2024
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. Mount Greylock Regional School presents "Lights Off" in the school’s auditorium at 1781 Cold Spring Road in Williamstown.

Performances are May 16–18 at 7 p.m.

According to a press release:

When stately Phipps Manor, in the sleepy backwater of Phippsfordshire, is rocked by scandal and murder, the local constabulary must rise to the occasion. But can they match the genius of the resident celebrity detective? A sendup of Agatha Christie–style mysteries, this original whodunit features a parade of characters sure to please mystery lovers: a wealthy patriarch, suspect family members, colorful servant staff and insufferably cocksure detectives. A joyous romp full of both witty wordplay and classic physical comedy, "Lights Off" is theater for all ages.

Written and directed by Mount Greylock sophomore Frankie Evans and senior Quin Repetto, "Lights Off" marks the first student-led production at Mount Greylock since 2018. Thomas Ostheimer is the faculty adviser. Sophomore Natasha Nugent provides musical accompaniment on violin. Levi Cohen-McFall and Alec Sills assisted with fight choreography.

Show tickets must be purchased online — $10 for adults, $8 for senior citizens, and $5 for students — and are available by visiting or by scanning the QR code on show posters. 

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