Come Down to the Theater!

Amelia McCollister, Staff Reporter

The Burroughs Drama Department is set to present Arthur Miller’s modern tragedy “All My Sons” next month.
The cast and crew are working hard to transform the Burroughs stage into 1947 Ohio to tell the story of everyman Joe Keller, a businessman who has been blinded by his lust for money.
“It is a dark, intense and gloomy play but the actors are rising to the challenge,” said Drama Teacher and Director Eileen Poole.
Performers include Caris Matlock as patriarch Keller; Yleana Mower as mother Kate; Haley McDaniel as idealistic son Chris; Kayla Walter as romantic interest Ann Deever; Riley Bandy as George Deever; Dain Johnson as Dr. Jim Bayliss; Briona Stewart as cynical Sue Bayliss; Joshua Rivera as neighbor Frank Lubey; and Emilia Tippets as his wife Lydia Lubey.
Showings will be Oct. 21, 22, 28 and 29 at 7 p.m.  Tickets will be sold for $10.