Jefferson County High School Class of 2017 Puts on “Guys and Dolls” for Senior Play
The Senior Class of 2017 at Jefferson County High school set to the stage this weekend to preform “Guys and Dolls.” The story takes audiences to the rough streets of New York to follow a band of gamblers as they try to establish where their craps game is going to take place for the week. Craps is a high stakes dice game for all involved and tensions are high, especially when their “dolls” get in the way of their fun. Meanwhile, audiences are treated to missionary Sarah Brown as she tries to convert all sinners in the street to come to her mission. Through an uncanny circumstance, Brown will get her sinners to fill the mission, but, like all things, her mission will come with a price. And let’s not forget the vivacious Miss. Adelaide and her hot box girls, who is looking to trade in her boa for a gold band.
This year’s cast worked especially hard on everything from unique and complicated dance routines, to challenging musical numbers. Anyone watching the show could see that this cast had put in time and dedication and added their own unique spin on their characters and the sets. This year’s cast brought their own energy to the senior play tradition, and will be surely be remembered for years to come. From the Jefferson County Post to all the “guys and dolls” that put an incredible amount of work into the production, great job!