Mythology Comes Alive with 'Metamorphoses'

The Chatham High School Theater's fall production shows Friday and Saturday.

The Theater Department presents "Metamorphoses" this weekend for their fall production.

"Metamorphoses" is "a clever and imaginative play based on the Greek myths of Ovid," according a press release from Lynn Polan, the theater department director at Chatham High.

Using humor and compassion, the play tells the story of eight mythological stories, including Orpheus and Eurydice in the underworld and King Midas and the Golden Touch.

The play shows at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday at the Chatham High auditorium. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased online in advance or at the door, or at the main lobby at Chatham High from 10:45 to 11:30 a.m. The performance is appropriate for all ages.

In Other Arts News

Four students were accepted to the Morris County Honor Choir and will perform Friday evening.

Alexandra Cote, Devynn Pedell, Sophie Kapica and Christophe Strunc began rehearsals in October for the Honor Choir's performance Friday at 8 p.m. at Randolph High School.

The Chatham High Marching Band finished in fifth place out of eight Group 3 Open bands at the US Scholastic Band Association Regional Yamaha Cup Championships on Oct. 15. Their final score was 81.553, only 3.575 points less than the first place band.

The Chatham Music and Theatre Boosters are accepting donations through payforit.net.


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