MIDLAND PARK, N. J. -- On the heels of a headline-grabbing presidential election, students at Midland Park High School are presenting the satirical play, "The Election," Nov. 18-20 at the Bergen County school.
School officials say the fall drama selection is a fun, timely satire on the contemporary political scene as reflected in a high school election.
"It's the story of an election between two high school students - one male, one female - that goes out of control," said Assistant Principal Jason Cata.
Midland Park's students will stage the play at 7 p.m. Nov. 18 and Nov. 19, and noon Nov. 20.
All performances take place in the newly renovated auditorium in the school, located at 250 Prospect St., Midland Park.
For advanced tickets, email Jwhelpley@Mppanthers.org with the performance date and number of tickets required.
Tickets also will be sold during lunch periods at the school and at the door prior to each performance.
Ticket prices are $10 per adult and $5 for students/children.
For more details, visit the Midland Park Public Schools website .
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