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Oxford High School Preview Romeo & Juliet Before Performing Abroad


Making a fifth trip to the International FRINGE Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland, is a rare experience for many high school theatre programs, according to Oxford High School (OHS) Theatre Program Director John Davenport. However, more than 20 Oxford High School Theatre students can claim this rare experience as part of their high school theatrical journey. 
Oxford High School theatre students will soon take their current production of Romeo & Juliet abroad to the International FRINGE Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland, but before they do, they will perform a one-time public performance of the production on Thursday, July 27, 2017. 
Romeo & Juliet explores all of the potential love triangles the original story has to offer: the world’s most beloved couple receives a fresh, reimagined staging as told through the eyes of the teenagers surrounding the doomed love affair. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. in Kayla Sue Mize Auditorium located on the Oxford Middle School campus, 222 Bramlett Boulevard in Oxford. General admission tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and are available for purchase online at www.oxfordsd.org/theatre
For more information on the upcoming production or on ways to support the Oxford High School Theatre Program, the public is encouraged to contact Davenport at (662) 234-3541 or email jdavenport@oxfordsd.org

Courtesty of Oxford School District 

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