Students from Shepaug Valley High School are acting, singing and dancing their way back to the "Roaring Twenties" in coming days as they present two more performances of the Broadway musical hit, "Chicago."

The universal tale of fame, fortune won and lost -- and `all that jazz' -- featuring plenty of dance numbers, are being performed by a Shepaug Dramatics cast of 19, supported by a production crew of 20.

Fast-moving performances offering plenty of that "old razzle dazzle" as touted by Aaron Dwyer portraying lawyer Billy Flynn were offered last weekend and will be offered April 1 and 2 at 8 p.m.

Tickets at $10 for students and seniors and $12 for adults are available by calling the school at 860-868-7326.

Shepaug faculty member Doug Winkel directs a talented cast featuring Elizabeth Kleisner as Velma Kelly and Callie Huber as Roxie Hart.

Lending their stage talents are Oliver Taylor as Amos Hart, Jamie Davenport as Liz, Grace Kellogg as Annie, Emily Chin as June, Arianna Brighetti as Hunyak, Aimee Cowan as Mona, Heather Snow as the prison matron, Everett O'Reilly-Narciso as Mary Sunshine and Jessica Cook as Go To Hell Kitty.

Rounding out the cast will be Billy Heyne, Eddy Anderson, Nate Steers, Ian Roulat, Greg Harris and Matt Dever.

Contributing their skills to the production are choreographer Barbara Braverman, musical director Sandy Kleisner and costume coordinator Martha Winkel.