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'See How They Run' at Apple Valley High School
The Apple Valley High School theater program presents the comedy See How They Run at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday April 26-28, and at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 29 in the high school's theater.
From the Apple Valley Theatre Boosters website: "Perhaps the funniest farce comedy ever written, Philip King's See How They Run has a plot that is indescribable, containing all the madcap elements of farce—mistaken identity, confusion and unfolding disaster."
Entertainment for the entire family.
Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students and senior citizens.
You can buy tickets starting one hour before each show, or by calling the box office at 952-431-8208 between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. the week of the show.
More About Apple Valley High School
Apple Valley High School is one of four high schools in Apple Valley, and one of six in District 196. Its 1,800 students in grades nine through 12 have the opportunity to participate in numerous extracurricular and athletic activities; the school's mascot nickname is the Eagles. About 90 percent of Apple Valley High School students go on to a two- or four-year college, Principal Steve Degenaar said, and score above average on state standardized tests. The school offers the Advancement Via Individual Determination program, which works to advance average students to higher academic levels. Students have achieved many academic and extracurricular accomplishments, Degenaar said, including: ranked as a top-five speech and debate program nationally; has won at least one state athletic championship annually for the past 27 years; ranked first in number of combined athletic and arts state championships; has a top-ranked wrestling program; "EaglEye" broadcast journalism students won a 2010 Midwest Regional Emmy.