Moline High Students are FLYING in upcoming play! Print
News Releases - Stage & Theatre
Written by Mary McNeil   
Monday, 13 January 2014 11:02
The Moline High School Drama Department is putting on an original play written by a local playwright (Mike Bawden) which involves space rangers, heroic comic figures, aliens and flying. The show is called, "Captain Starhawk Saves the World!" and a production company from DeKalb is providing the flying apparatus.

Hall Associates Flying Effects from DeKalb has suited up the students with space packs and they will be soaring when the show opens January 16th.  We would love to give you a sneak preview of the show on Monday, January 13th at 4:30 in the school auditorium.  Actors, the playwright, the director and others will be available for interviews.  What is so unique about this play (besides the flying) is it's written by a local person...it has never been produced... and the Space Ranger uniform designs were created by a cartoonist friend of the author, Dave Dorman (www.dormanart.com).

The show opens January 16th at 7:30 pm.  There are two additional shows...Jan. 17th and Jan. 18th both at 7:30 pm in the school auditorium (3600 Avenue of the Cities)  Ticket prices..$6.00 students, $8.00 adults.
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