Graves County High School musical-theater students will present their spring musical Thoroughly Modern Millie at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, May 9 and 10, at the district’s Performing Arts Center, located adjacent to GCHS. The stage play is based on a 1967 film starring Julie Andrews and Mary Tyler Moore. It tells the story of a young woman, Millie Dillmount, who becomes a flapper in the Roaring ‘20s of New York, when she plans to marry… for money, rather than love. Thursday's performance offers first come, first served, general admission seating for $5. Friday's performance includes assigned ticket seating. Performing "Forget About The Boy" and pictured here, from left, are Kayla Patterson, Destiny Staples, Sierra Marshall, Mary Katheryn Curtis, Alyssa Rollston, Livi Gregorowicz, Brea Rollston, Alexis Bell, Elise Ballard, Tamia Fair, and Ariel Cornaby.
Thoroughly Modern Millie runs May 9, 10
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