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[Brief] MSD Drama program announces Fall-O-Ween event

The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Drama Club will be hosting Fall-O-Ween from 5-8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 28. Featuring fun, candy and games, the annual event will be held at MSD.

Those who attend will have access to a wide variety of engaging activities, including a haunted maze, petting zoo and face painting station. There will also be trunk-or-treating, throughout which participants can go from car-to-car collecting candy. Those planning on creating a trunk should come dressed in a costume and prepared with a decorated trunk and candy at hand.

Fall-O-Ween will have activities for people of all ages to enjoy and MSD students are encouraged to come with not only their peers, but parents and siblings as well. The night will feature live performances from students taking music lessons at School of Rock, a place that gives people the opportunity to play music as part of a band and perform at local events such as this one.

Furthermore, Fall-O-Ween is not only enjoyable but also extremely beneficial to MSD’s Drama program, serving as a fundraiser for it. The money the program generates from this event goes toward future productions and all of the supplies needed to produce them. This includes costumes, makeup and sets, all of which are not cheap and require fundraisers like this to afford.

“This fundraiser is so important to our productions,” sophomore Kyra Shultz said. “It allows us to buy all of the things we need to keep our shows top notch and make our Drama program the best it can be.”

Members and supporters of MSD’s Drama program have been working hard to make this event a reality and look forward to seeing all of their dedication pay off.

“I’m so grateful to be working with such an amazing group of booster parents and drama students who are working so hard to make this event special,” senior and Fall-O-Ween director Natalee Cohen said. “Fall-O-Ween is one of Douglas Drama’s biggest fundraisers and has raised us the most money. I encourage everyone to come out and enjoy the holiday with family and friends.”

For anyone looking to attend and show their support for MSD’s Drama program, tickets will be $8 for children and $15 for adults, available to purchase at the gate upon arrival.

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Andie Korenge
Andie Korenge, Feature Editor
Andie Korenge is a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and the Feature Editor for Eagle Eye News. She enjoys reading, writing and spending time with her family and friends in her free time.
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