The charm, wit and musical wonder of the Broadway musical comedy hit, "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," will be offered in coming days by Shepaug Dramatics.

The Region 12 student production will be offered Friday, March 23 and Saturday, March 24 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, March 25 at 3 p.m. at Shepaug Valley High Schol in Washington.

The production features a cast of 26 students, with a backstage crew of more than a dozen, all directed by Shepaug faculty veteran Doug Winkel.

Sandy Kleisner serves as musical director and Barbara Braverman is the choregrapher.

The cast includes the talents of Luke Wright, Oliver Taylor, Emily Deanne, Nate Steers, Billy Heyne, Emily Anderson, Ben Steers Grace Kellogg, Adrienne Dembeck, Tim Meeker, Ellery Rourk, Jim Hagen, Ray Cook, Sumer Mercier, John DaFonte, JustinIsaacs, Tia Martino, Emma Virbickas, Erin Walsh, Jade Walker, Kailee Munson, Kaitlyn Smith, Kelley Swanson, McKayla Sturges, Sam Nast and Gabe Ducey.

The production is stage managed by Amanda Taylor, with lighting done by Kate Greene, Caroline Hermans, sound managed by Sebastian Taylor and props organized by Sarah Cava.

Tickets at $15 for adults and $12 for students and senior citizens are available at the door or by calling 860-868-7326.

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Norm Cummings

Photography by Norm Cummings