“Curtains” rise at CCCHS


Alexa Morse

The students of the CCCHS theater program have been working hard to bring their production of “Curtains” to life!

Alexa Morse, News Editor

The spring musical, “Curtains,” will be opening at the CCCHS theater on March 11. 

The show runs through the second and third weekends of March. Friday and Saturday shows will be at 7 p.m. and Sunday shows will be at 2 p.m. The show runs around two hours.

“Curtains” is a murder mystery musical set in 1959. Lieutenant Frank Cioffi investigates a murder that takes place on stage during a production of “Robin Hood.”

Cioffi fights for the show to go on while he quarantines and investigates the whole company in suspicion of murder.

“Curtains” will be participating in the Spotlight Awards, a program for high school theaters around the Nashville area. The program is a smaller version of the Tony Awards, where the show will get adjudicated and the production can get nominated for awards.

Tickets can be reserved by emailing [email protected], or they can be bought at the door.