Three Dana Hall students will make their directorial debuts with the student-directed play, PUFFS, on Friday, February 7, at 7:30 p.m., in Bardwell Auditorium. The performance is free and open to the public.
PUFFS, written by Matt Cox and produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, tells the tale of seven years at a certain school of wizardry, but not from the perspective of who you’d expect. The production is directed by K. Ward ’20, K. Profy ’20 and M. Kastner ’23.
“This play is your favorite magic story retold from the perspective of the least favorite house and your favorite group of misfits, the Puffs,” said student-director Ward. “This ridiculous, light-hearted parody is sure not only to give you a break from your everyday life, but also to make you laugh.”
Bardwell Auditorium is located at 37 Cameron Street. Please note that Bardwell is not wheelchair accessible. For more information, please call (781) 235-3010 ext. 2731.
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