Wa-Hi Drama Department proudly presents Failure: A Love Story.
This quirky dramady by Philip Dawkins is the perfect performance for our graduating seniors. Due to the strict adherence to all COVID safety precautions and restrictions, this is a seniors-only play. It allows these students one final production on their beloved Wa-Hi stage with their unflappable director Kristin Hessler, after enduring this roller coaster year.
This play tells the story of the three Fail sisters in 1928. Gerty, Jenny June and Nelly Fail all die strange and untimely deaths just months apart leaving behind their beloved brother John N. and Mr. Mortimer. Although Mr. Mortimer falls in love with each sister, his love is thwarted by blunt object, disappearance and consumption. In that order. While Mr. Mortimer never truly marries into the family, he eventually becomes a Fail member through companionship and kinship, living out his days with John N. This gem of a play shows just how important it is to keep moving forward. Despite the laughs, the loss or the unpredictable nature of life, this witty piece is the perfect play to showcase this team of talented actors and actresses during the most turbulent year they've ever lived. We hope you enjoy this production as much as we enjoy sharing it with you.
Drama Production, Failure: A LOVE STORY streaming dates: June 8th, 9th, and 10th at 7pm.
Each link currently shows the countdown time for the start of the streaming of Failure: A Love Story. Additionally, while we are not charging for viewing this production, the streaming company (Broadway On Demand) charges a streaming fee of just $2.95. The WWPS District will not be collecting any of these funds.
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