(Rock Island, IL)  As part of Washington's Lights On For Learning before/after school program, the Drama Team will present two performances of the Brothers Grimm "Spectaculathon," written by Don Zolidis, this Thursday and Friday (May 2nd & 3rd) in the gym at Washington Junior High School, Rock Island, beginning at 6:30pm.  There will be a pre-show starting at 5:45pm showcasing student written skits on both nights.

The "Spectaculathon" is a fun performance where modern twists are added to many beloved fairy tales--Rapunzel, Frog Prince, Little Red Riding Hood, and many more. Audiences are sure to have a good time because there are many scenes with crowd involvement.

Admission is free, but donations are welcome to further support drama at Washington. The student-performers started rehearsing in February.

**The media is invited to the show and interview the cast and crew***


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