Kentridge Players presents "Catch Me If You Can"

The award-winning drama department at Kentridge High School is back strong this spring with a musical production of CATCH ME IF YOU CAN, that is sure to provide an enjoyable evening of live theater.  The show is based on the real-life story of Frank Abagnale Jr. and is told from the perspective of the teenager who led the FBI on quite a chase, cashing fraudulent checks, posing as a doctor, lawyer and Pan Am pilot.  Set in the mid 1960’s, we know you will enjoy this great story and outstanding singing and dancing.

Students involved in the arts have taken quite a hit over the past two years and our talented seniors missed out on two years of performance opportunities.  We hope you will come and support them and other high school performers by attending productions this spring.  We need you back in force to send a positive message to our youth and the community.   

This production is rated PG-13 for mature subject matter and language.

The show will run from April 27th-April 30th and May 4th-7th at 7:00 PM with an additional 1:30 PM matinee each Saturday.    Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students with ASB and Senior Citizens.  Tickets can be purchased starting April 8th  at

The show is at the Kentridge Performing Arts Center, 12430 SE 208th St.  Kent, WA  98031.  Masks are not required to attend this production.   

We hope to see you at the show!  Come early for a hotdog and drink and take a look at the bios of our actors in the lobby.  Need more information? Contact Jennifer Grajewski, the director, at 253-653-2626

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Article Source: Kent Meridian High School