Pasco WA High School Drama Presents 'Miss Nelson Is Missing' - A Family-Friendly Comedy Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher

Pasco WA High School Drama Presents 'Miss Nelson Is Missing' - A Family-Friendly Comedy Adapted by Jeffrey HatcherPasco High School Drama will be presenting Miss Nelson is Missing on April 21 to 23 and 29 at 7:00 p.m. and on April 30, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. The presentation will take place at the Gregson Auditorium, Pasco High School at 1108 N. 10th Ave., Pasco, WA. Pasco School District #1's Facebook Page contains more details about Miss Nelson is Missing

A Family-Friendly Comedy That Teaches a Lesson
Miss Nelson is Missing tells a story of a teacher who's having  a hard time making her class disciplined. The students do not follow the rules and are becoming disrespectful.  Miss Nelson comes up with an idea to put an end to her students' hardiness. Miss Nelson suddenly disappears and Viola Swamp takes over. The class suffers with Viola Swamp who gives them a lot of homework and gets rid of their story time.  Soon the class realizes Miss Nelson's worth. Miss Nelson is Missing is an adaptation made by Jeffery Hatcher. Harry Allard and James Marshall are the original authors of the beloved classic children's book. Co-directing the play are teacher Heather Johnson and local artist, Ellicia Elliot.

Admission Details
Presale:
$8 Adult
$5 Student

At the Door:
$10 Adult
$8 Student

Pasco WA High School Drama Presents 'Miss Nelson Is Missing' - A Family-Friendly Comedy Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher


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