Holyoke High School Theater Company to Present Charlie And The Chocolate Factory November 16th, 17th, and 18th

Holyoke High School Theater Company to Present Charlie And The Chocolate Factory November 16th, 17th, and 18th

Join the Holyoke High School Theater Company on November 16, 17, and 18 at 6:30 p.m. for three exciting performances of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory. Based on the book by Roald Dahl and dramatized by Richard C. George, this production is being produced under special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing of Woodstock, Illinois.

Who wouldn’t want to join Charlie Bucket in his adventurous tour of Willy Wonka’s world-famous Chocolate Factory? Now is your chance! Come see Augustus Gloop (Jayden Lopez), Violet Beauregarde (Molly O’Donnell), Veruca Salt (Nevaeh Lopez), Mike Teavee (Michael Rivera Pagan), Grandpa Joe (Shane Bourgeois), Willy Wonka (Devonny Lopez), and Charlie (Camryn Rist) himself come to life. The entire production is smoothly tied together by an energetic and personable Narrator (Aidan Fontanez-Courchesne), who effortlessly bridges time and excites the audience with creative anticipation. The delicious fun of Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory awaits you!

Under the leadership of Theater & Media teacher Bevan Brunelle, the Holyoke High School Theater Company is an after-school club that is an extension of the Performing & Media Arts Academy at Holyoke High. This production involves students from grades 9-12.

Following each of the three performances will be a post-show discussion with the cast and crew. All performances will be staged in the John F. Sears Auditorium at Holyoke High School, 500 Beech Street in Holyoke, Massachusetts.

Advance tickets are $10 for general admission, and student tickets are $3. Advance tickets are available at the Holyoke High School Main Office and online at https://mifafestival.org/events. Online fees apply. Online ticket sales will end November 16 at 9 a.m. but same-day tickets will be available at each performance for $5 each for students and $15 for General Admission. This production has been made possible by the generous support of PeoplesBank, Jim Newton, and MIFA/Victory Theater.