DMS to bring ‘Comic Book Artist’ to life

Delano Middle School drama students will bring the “Adventures of a Comic Book Artist” to the stage Thursday, Sept. 6 through Saturday, Sept. 8, at the school auditorium, located on Tiger Drive north of Elm Avenue.

Alyssa Trautman portrays the villainess Madam Shock Clock in the Delano Middle School production of “The Adventures of a Comic Book Artist.” Sponsored by Delano Community Education, performances will be Sept. 6, 7 and 8 at the DMS auditorium.

Alyssa Trautman portrays the villainess Madam Shock Clock in the Delano Middle School production of “The Adventures of a Comic Book Artist.” Sponsored by Delano Community Education, performances will be Sept. 6, 7 and 8 at the DMS auditorium.

Show times will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6 and Friday, Sept. 7, along with a 1 p.m. matinee, Saturday, Sept. 8. Tickets costing $5 each will be available at the door. Children under age 5 will be admitted at no charge.

The cast will feature 55 students in grades five through eight, supported by a student stage crew, costume designers and Director Barb Roy. Delano Community Education is sponsoring the production.

In this musical story, Stanley (Jackson Groskreutz) wants nothing more than to be a comic book artist for his boss, D. C. Wunderman (Kate Bruhn). Sadly, Wunderman ignores his requests until some magical pens bring Stanley’s superheroes to life.

Will Stanley’s gang defeat the evil villain Madam Shock Clock (Alyssa Trautman)?

A magical pen makes Viola (Claire Bruhn) take seriously the desire of Stanley (Jackson Groskreutz) to be a comic book artist in the Delano Middle School production of  “The Adventures of a Comic Book Artist.” The musical is coming to DMS Sept. 6 to 8.

A magical pen makes Viola (Claire Bruhn) take seriously the desire of Stanley (Jackson Groskreutz) to be a comic book artist in the Delano Middle School production of “The Adventures of a Comic Book Artist.” The musical is coming to DMS Sept. 6 to 8.

“Come and see,” said Director Roy. “It’s a fun show for the whole family.”

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