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Education

BVN Junior High Drama Club performs ‘Check Please’

The cast members of the BVN Junior High School play "Check Please" includes (front row, from left) Joe Green, Ben Shipp, Tanner Maynard, Sabrina Cisketti, Payton Moore, Marissa Zittle and Zoe Zittle; (second row) Alonzo Pressy, Olivia Kerber, Josie Lind, Colten Fritz, Katie Smith, Elijah Lind, Joshua Monier, Kylee Hoagland, Lynn Swanson and Brendan McAlvey; and (back row) Abbey Johnson, Trent Cooksey, Hannah Atherton, A.J. Hockings, Maddie McFadden, Joseph Peters, Zachary Quait-Ohlson, Alyssa Heidenreich, Donald Rios and Amber Dietz.
The cast members of the BVN Junior High School play "Check Please" includes (front row, from left) Joe Green, Ben Shipp, Tanner Maynard, Sabrina Cisketti, Payton Moore, Marissa Zittle and Zoe Zittle; (second row) Alonzo Pressy, Olivia Kerber, Josie Lind, Colten Fritz, Katie Smith, Elijah Lind, Joshua Monier, Kylee Hoagland, Lynn Swanson and Brendan McAlvey; and (back row) Abbey Johnson, Trent Cooksey, Hannah Atherton, A.J. Hockings, Maddie McFadden, Joseph Peters, Zachary Quait-Ohlson, Alyssa Heidenreich, Donald Rios and Amber Dietz.

WALNUT — Bureau Valley North Junior High School Drama Club presented the play “Check Please” March 1.

The students worked hard preparing the sets and learning their parts before the live performance. “Check Please” is a play where craziness ensues during an evening of blind dates. Dating can be hard. Especially when your date happens to be a raging kleptomaniac, or your grandmother’s bridge partner, or a mime. “Check Please” follows a series of blind dinner dates that couldn’t get any worse — until they do.

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